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9:02 AM PST on January 11, 2018

    • Governor Brown announces budget plan (KSBW)
    • Watsonville gets grant to plant trees (Register-Pajaronian)
    • San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District is ineffective (Fresno Bee)
    • Divisive Republican rep Issa is the latest to retire (Voice of San Diego)
    • California proves that climate change policies don't kill jobs (Washington Post)
    • The next climate fight in California will be harder, because it will be about cars (Cal Matters)
    • In face of high pedestrian crashes, Sacramento police spend time and money to warn, enforce pedestrian crossing rules—but ignore the actual danger (car drivers) (CBS)
    • UCLA community skeptical of Musk's tunnel idea (Daily Bruin)
    • Hundreds of homes destroyed, highway closed at least until Monday due to mud in Santa Barbara area (ABC)
    • CA regulators to decide fate of its last nuclear reactor (SF Chronicle)
    • Proposal to raise Bay Area bridge tolls gets a boost (SF Chronicle)

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