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Today’s Headlines

8:16 AM PDT on August 1, 2018

    • How road diets improve safety (BoingBoing)
    • The extreme cyclists of the Navajo Nation (New Yorker)
    • Gas tax repeal would mess up California for years (Transform)
    • Meanwhile, the gas tax is adding more to the California economy than it's taking out (The Source)
    • New York Times thinks "Californians are mostly against" high speed rail
    • Devin Nunes's Central Valley constituents know his conspiracy theories are harming, not helping them. But it's so hard to admit when you're wrong (Sacramento Bee)
    • Ling Ling Chang, who got back into office on gas-tax-hyped recall, says “Your Tax Dollars at Work” signs are propaganda (LA Times)
    • How Trump is targeting California's car pollution standards (CityLab)
    • Asbestos, we missed you so, but now maybe you're coming back! Thanks, EPA! (Fast Company)

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