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    • Speeding cars kill. So why is CA slow-walking efforts to slow them down? (LA Times)
    • What will it take to get upzoning and affordability right? (TransForm)
    • Two CA housing bills take lessons from San Diego (KPBS)
    • Housing affordability holding back SoCal economy (The Sun)
    • Human nature is getting in the way of the development of autonomous cars (Fast Company)
    • The false promise of "renewable natural gas" (Vox)
    • CA Legislative Analyst wants Newsom to start small on proposed climate loan program (CalMatters)
    • PG&E offers community choice energy companies free "zero carbon" electricity--from Diablo Canyon. Nuclear? No, thanks (CBS)
    • S.F. needs Sunday parking meters and congestion pricing, says mayor (SF Chronicle)
    • CA working on electrifying heavy-duty vehicles (Government Technology)
    • North American cities--several in CA--get high rating for climate goals (Al Jazeera)

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