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    • People who walk, bike, take transit are fighting over crumbs (Treehugger)
    • What will happen to bike-share data under Uber, Lyft ownership? (Mobility)
    • Regulating scooters in San Francisco (The Drive)
    • Election News:
      • Frontrunner Newsom's top issues are affordability and homelessness (SF Chronicle)
      • Two-thirds requirement on GGRF seems to be going down at polls (LA Times)
      • Apathy reigns in California election (LA Times)
    • Environmentalists sue to stop Elk Grove from expanding into farmland (Sacramento Bee)
    • A new career path for teens: fixing bicycles (Mother Nature Network)
    • Washington Post ponders Stockton's experiment with guaranteed basic income

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