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    • The missing middle of biking (Strong Towns)
    • You can't fix mass transit by destroying it (CityLab)
    • Walk Lake Isabella project seeks funding, public input (Kern Valley Sun)
    • They're still counting ballots in some primary races (Sacramento Bee)
    • What the gas tax will pay for in Sacramento County, if it doesn't get repealed (Sacramento Bee)
    • Member profile: Jeff Wood of Talking Headways (The Urbanist)
    • Yet one more reason to get out and vote: Plan to split California into three states wins a spot on the November ballot (Capital Public Radio)

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