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Today’s Headlines

8:44 AM PST on January 9, 2020

    • City of Santa Cruz passes ordinance requiring consideration of "Health in All Policies" (Santa Cruz Sentinel)
    • Long Beach approves funds to improve a bike lane, and parking lots (Signal Tribune)
    • Lots of investment in U.S. transit in the past decade, but not enough (The Transport Politic)
    • The top California planning stories of the 2010s (California Planning and Development Report)
    • CA's renewable energy mandates have helped reduce carbon emissions, but several Republicans want to pause them (CalMatters)
    • Governor Newsom calls for new money to help homeless (LA Times)
    • Stop calling Elon Musk's Boring tunnel public transit (Curbed)
    • U.S. Democrats announce sweeping climate legislation (The Hill)
    • Feds are not really interested in regulating AVs (Politico)

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