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Today’s Headlines

8:37 AM PDT on September 18, 2019

    • Trump moves to end CA's authority on emissions; CA says "see you in court" (NY Times, LA Times, Sacramento Bee, Politico)
    • California might also consider restricting EV rebates to cars by makers who have signed on with CA's emission standards (CALmatters)
    • ARB's proposed tropical forest offsets are risky, and there are better alternatives (CALmatters)
    • UC pledges to divest from fossil fuels (CALmatters)
    • Move LA says SB50 could suppress voter support for transit expansion (Planning Report)
    • White House rhetoric on homelessness: Police could be used (Washington Post)
    • US Treasury may decide not to finance housing in areas with rent control (Housing Wire)
    • A surplus federal building, proposed as a homeless shelter but denied, looks like a solution to Trump (CityLab)
    • New city council rep opposes homeless housing proposed for San Fernando Valley (LA Times)
    • Oakland releases Downtown Specific Plan framework for development, transportation, and preserving culture (KQED)
    • Why Jump dockless e-bikes failed in two cities (Outside)

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