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8:33 AM PDT on June 28, 2018

    • National Republicans see a chance to influence California election by fighting gas tax... (SF Chronicle)
      • ...which is helping fund bridge replacements (Sacramento Bee)
      • ...and dozens of road improvement projects in Orange County (MyNewsLA)
    • Study: Police and journalists do a poor job documenting and reporting pedestrian deaths (Nashville Public Radio)
    • Why the Bay Area lost its lawsuit against oil companies (Grist)
    • Cap-and-trade revenues to go for ZEV rebates, fighting forest fires (Capital Public Radio)
    • SF housing projects to get $29 million from cap-and-trade (NextCity)
    • What a “Green New Deal” might entail now (Huffington Post)
    • Cities experiment with Basic Income (Guardian)

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