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8:46 AM PDT on May 17, 2019

    • Senate Appropriations chair Portantino holds back housing density bill S.B. 50 (LA Times)
    • CA needs to fix this problem, now (LA Times)
    • CA vs. Trump I: Feds renege on promises of money for CA high-speed rail (NY Times, Capital Public Radio, LA Times)
    • Mayor: Merced is stuck in the middle of that fight (Merced Sun Star)
    • CA vs. Trump II: Federal threat to loosen clean car standards could lead to "extreme" measures to meet federal air quality standards (NY Times)
    • California Low Carbon Fuel Standard has replaced more than 3 billion gallons of diesel with low-carbon fuels (Green Car Congress)
    • Despite sharp increase in electric cars, vehicle emissions keep rising (CALmatters)
    • An electric utility in Vermont is offering e-bike rebates to its customers (Bicycle Retailer)
    • A timeline of escalating tariffs affecting bikes (Bicycle Retailer)
    • Study: Nudging people to change behavior may lower support for larger, more effective policies to fight climate change (WITF)

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