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    • Santa Inez Valley Transit ridership is up, bucking national trends (Lompoc Record)
    • Testimony from the widow of a hit-and-run victim brings committee to tears, but bill to raise maximum penalty still doesn't pass (Fresno Bee)
    • Solar and wind power has quintupled in ten years (Grist)
      • California solar output met 59% of demand this past weekend (PV Magazine)
    • Congressional task force studies "market-based" alternatives to Green New Deal (Earth & Space Science)
    • What's killing pedestrians? Streets designed for vehicles (Bloomberg)
    • Why California is suing its own cities (Governing)

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