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    • Sacramento city council considers waiving fees for building affordable housing (Sacramento Bee)
    • Uber launches bike mobility “dashboard” (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Waymo will be allowed to test driverless cars in Santa Clara County (The Verge, SF Chronicle)
    • With money from landlords and realtors, CA is a battleground for rent control (LA Times)
    • Nonprofit sues to block dense housing near L.A.'s Expo Line (LA Times)
    • What's at stake with California's ballot propositions (Capitol Weekly)
    • For once, California matters a lot in the national election (LA Times)
    • Best way to fight climate change? An honest price on carbon (NY Times)
      • and/or regulations (UPI)
    • Since 1970, humans have wiped out 60% of animal populations (Guardian)

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