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8:54 AM PDT on June 21, 2019

    • Trump EPA chief writes to Republican lawmakers--not Congress--accusing CARB chair Mary Nichols of lying about clean car rule negotiations (Sacramento Bee)
      • But former EPA staffer says EPA chief is the one lying (The Hill)
      • And the feds are the ones unwilling to negotiate (Route Fifty)
    • La Verne forms an Active Transportation Committee (Bike La Verne)
    • BART is promised $300m by feds for transbay tube work (SF Chronicle)
    • La Verne residents oppose road widening planned near new light rail (Daily Bulletin)
    • California to let two Chinese companies bring "robotaxis" to the state (Tech Crunch)
    • To save Oregon from the horrors of cap-and-trade, Republican reps run away (Intelligencer)

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