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    • SF Muni diverts buses from low-income neighborhood to give concertgoers free service (SF Examiner)
    • Proposal for car-free streets in S.F.'s Tenderloin (SF Examiner)
    • Why does a refinery in Bakersfield need an exemption from emission monitoring? (CALmatters, California League of Conservation Voters)
    • How Democratic candidates plan to fight climate change [Republicans don't] (Vox)
    • U.S. cities are car-friendly death traps (Vice)
    • Driver sues Uber over employment status (SF Chronicle)
    • Trump gets ready to take away CA's right to regulate emissions (Bloomberg)
    • CA bill to triple electric car rebates dies (SF Chronicle)
    • CA legislature advances bill that would eliminate duplicative federal, state review of transportation projects (Lake County News)
    • Bill to revive a version of redevelopment moves ahead (LA Times)
    • ARB weighs offsets in cap-and-trade as a way to preserve rainforests (LA Times)
    • Water, environment, and politics in one bill (CALmatters)

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