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Today’s Headlines

8:41 AM PDT on July 2, 2018

    • LA Mayor checks out future rail route along Van Nuys Blvd by bus (Daily News)
    • “Improved” road in Bakersfield encourages speeding, offers pedestrians a few paint stripes for safety (Bakersfield)
    • What's on the November ballot in California (Mercury News)
    • “Much maligned” gas tax still has plenty of support (Daily Caller)
    • New California traffic laws in effect (Pasadena Now)
    • Efforts to revive LA River collide with a gentrifying city (Sierra Club)
    • Ontario prepares to pull out of cap-and-trade system (Cal Matters)
    • Developers threaten to sue Berkeley over SB 35 streamlining for affordable housing (Berkeleyside)

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