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    • What's behind all these pedestrian safety campaigns (TreeHugger)
    • Proposed highway widening through redwoods once again in court (Courthouse News)
    • Southwest Fresno may be on the upswing (KVPR)
    • Pushing Bakersfield to reduce bicycle and pedestrian fatalities (KVPR)
    • Brown, in Europe, calls for linking cap-and-trade (Capital Public Radio, LA Times)
    • Profile of Assemblymember Cervantes, a target of anti-tax crusaders (CalMatters)
    • Here are the top-spending lobbyists in California (Sacramento Bee)
    • Short term rentals now must pay hotel taxes in Berkeley (Berkeleyside)

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