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Today’s Headlines

8:10 AM PDT on October 4, 2018

    • Campbell City Council wants to ban scooters (NBC)
    • CA will (slightly) alter road signs alerting people that projects are funded by SB1 (LA Times)
    • California highways and bridges get a bad grade from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ABC7)
    • LA Mayor stumps against Prop 6 (LA Times)
    • NBC follows $182m from oil and gas industry to California politicians
    • San Francisco's use of gasoline is rising (SF Examiner)
    • The city manager who got tired of NIMBYs and quit (SF Gate)
    • The fate of some of the 1,217 bills that passed the CA legislature this session (LA Times)
    • A look at Governor Brown's bill signing—and vetoing—history (LA Times)

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