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    • Air Resources Board begins measuring local pollution (SPCR)
    • Gas tax:
      • How it will help Upland repair its roads (The Sun)
      • To some, road repairs need to come from someone else, NOT A GAS TAX! (Highlander News)
      • It's already bringing “huge” improvements to Bay Area roads (Mercury News)
    • Once again, construction pauses to create Union Square holiday pedestrian plaza in S.F. (Curbed)
    • California GHG emissions are shrinking, though not in all sectors (Environmental Defense Fund)
    • Richmond gets grants for urban greening, wellness trail (East Bay Times)
    • Hackers attack Sacramento Regional Transit computer system, demand ransom (Sacramento Bee)
    • Four California cities expand on-demand transit options (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Sacramento officer who repeatedly punched pedestrian will return to active duty (Sacramento Bee)

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