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    • The San Fernando Valley <3s scooters, too! (Daily News)
    • Workplace dress codes are destroying the planet (Outside)
    • CV Link in Coachella is shaping up (Desert Sun)
    • Where walking is a transit option (Route Fifty)
    • California's clean vehicle voucher program has been around for ten years (Mass Transit)
    • Electric vehicle charging is not as commonplace or easy as gas stations (NY Times)
    • Who's coming to California, and who's leaving (CALmatters)
    • Huge housing project planned for toxic site on hold while Navy figures out cleanup plan (SF Chronicle)
    • Community colleges do not want to allow homeless students to sleep on campus (Sacramento Bee)
    • Stanford offers $4.7 billion for Bay Area housing, transit in exchange for campus expansion approval (Bloomberg)
    • Oregon senators are still on the lam over cap-and-trade bill (BBC)

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