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    • Parking in L.A. County takes up more space than all of Manhattan (Curbed)
    • Asm. Ting introduces bill to require electrification of cars (SF Chronicle)
    • White House expects to end subsidies for electric cars and renewables (The Hill)
    • The election results are good news for air quality and climate (Capitol Weekly)
    • Feds issue full funding for OC Streetcar (Progressive Railroading)
    • The secret to good health may be a walk in the park (NY Times)
    • Sen Weiner re-introduces bill to encourage high-density housing near transit (LA Times, SF Chronicle)
    • Sens. Weiner and Allen propose repeal of law that subjects low-income rental housing to a local vote (Long Beach Post)
    • The recently completed legislative session, by the numbers (Capitol Weekly)
    • Remember Amazon's HQ2 competition? The company gathered a lot of data from cities (NY Magazine)
    • San Jose tries a different approach: Welcoming a Google campus but offering no tax incentives (CityLab)
    • Gas stations vent a lot more dangerous vapor than previously thought (SSTI)

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