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Today’s Headlines

8:53 AM PST on December 27, 2019

    • One of the oldest newspapers in CA - Martinez News-Gazette - puts out its final edition (SF Chronicle)
    • This was the decade of the bicycle. What's next? (TreeHugger)
    • Study finds e-bikes have higher, more severe injury rates than pedal bikes. But compared to cars? (Reuters)
    • Stockton's experiment with universal basic income shows promise (Courthouse News)
    • Saugus residents want a pedestrian bridge after driver kills a woman walking (The Signal)
    • Bad news on the climate prediction front (Forbes)
    • Trump's new sleazy, devious coal subsidy, explained (Vox)
    • Solar mandate, gas bans take effect in January (SF Chronicle)
    • New traffic laws take effect on Wednesday (Davis Enterprise)
    • Farmers, Congress learning that "conventional" farming techniques make it harder to bounce back from weather weirding events (Inside Climate News)
    • Solution for emissions: Electrify transportation, use renewable sources, reduce miles traveled, ensure access for all (Clean Energy)

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