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8:40 AM PST on December 1, 2017

    • Buy Clean California Act supports clean industries, encourages emission reductions (Governing)
    • CA emissions dipped because rain, and hydroelectric (Cal Matters)
    • Can we price carbon back into the ground? (California Magazine)
    • New rail trail in Ukiah to become “Camino de Luz” for a day (Ukiah Daily Journal)
    • Bikes found in tunnel in Fountain Valley being reunited with owners (Patch)
    • With frequent street sweeping, parking a GIG car-share vehicle in Oakland could cost you big bucks (GJEL)
    • SCAG and partners write to Congress: the tax bill will be a disaster (Highland News)
    • Gas tax repeal campaign begins, which means attack ads (LA Times)
    • Alameda County reverses license suspensions for unpaid traffic fines (East Bay Times)
    • Park planned for former South Hayward quarry (East Bay Times)
    • San Jose residents freak out about planned urban village (Mercury News)
    • SF to pay Chinatown merchants suffering losses from subway construction (SF Examiner)

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