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8:58 AM PST on December 13, 2018

    • State bill pledges shelter for everyone in California (Curbed)
    • Senate Democrats fight federal autonomous vehicle bill (LA Times)
    • Mill Valley gets “bike-friendly community” designation (Marin Independent Journal)
    • Sacramento passes a TOD ordinance, removing minimum parking requirements (EngageSac)
    • Sebastopol's new electric, fare-free downtown shuttle (Sonoma West)
    • Federal grants for CA projects to to highways and S.F.'s Better Market Street project (ABC Bakersfield)
    • Palm Springs argues about scooters (Desert Sun)
    • Scooter companies vs. the regulators (Slate)
    • Urban planners: Ignore New York and Israel when it comes to e-bikes (Clean Technica)
    • Time Magazine's Person of the Year: The Guardians, aka journalists (Time)
    • Women bike riders in Syria are heroes (Reuters)

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