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    • California is gearing up for a fight over tailpipe emissions (NY Times)
    • Things to know about U.S. clean car standards (EDF)
    • Gas tax critics deliver signatures for repeal effort (KPCC)
    • CA distributes $2.6 billion for rail, transit work (Progressive Railroading)
    • Changes coming to Highway 50, Sacramento light rail (Sacramento Bee)
    • Bike San Gabriel Valley puts finishing touches on 5-year plan for safer walking, biking (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
    • BART board approves plan for San Jose tunnel (SF Curbed)
    • Marin considers renewing half-cent transportation sales tax (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Calls for rent control surge (Mercury News)
    • To solve housing crisis—gotta build housing. A lot of it (SF Examiner)
    • Response to study about transportation costs for people who live near transit (Planetizen)
    • Meanwhile, U.S. Justice department is quietly editing its internal manual, deleting language on need for a free press (BuzzFeed)

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