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8:52 AM PDT on September 12, 2017

    • Lawsuit ties up Santa Clara Measure B transit funds (Mercury News)
    • Bills could fix unfair traffic fine penalties (Mercury News)
    • Help map bicycle needs for new Napa Valley Bike Plan (Napa Valley Register)
    • San Jose residents look for pedestrian safety solutions (Mercury News)
    • Victim blaming is so easy: Now there's a push to ticket pedestrians for using cellphones in California (CBS)
    • This is the real Idaho stop law: It's not a free-for-all (Idaho Statesman)
    • Cap-and-trade deal includes lots of money for electric vehicles (LA Times)
    • Study: How 90 companies helped fuel climate change (Inside Climate News)
      • Report: How some companies are making it look like they're fighting climate change (Washington Post)
    • Cars and bikes and the fatal myth of equal reciprocity (The Conversation)

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