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    • Early insights into Californian economic impacts from COVID-19 (PPIC)
    • Happiness is just a bike ride away (LA Times)
    • How coronavirus might change transit (SF Chronicle)
    • It's 'us vs. them' - communities lock their gates (SF Chronicle)
    • Poor people are three times more likely to die from coronavirus (LA Times)
    • Arguments that density increases coronavirus risk are off the mark (LA Times)
    • Berkeley was a pioneer on 'slow streets' (SF Chronicle)
    • Growing pile of evidence about the toxic load of air pollution (Earth Justice)
    • The beach might not be so safe (LA Times)
    • The pandemic shows what cars have done to cities (The Atlantic)
    • Pedestrian etiquette guide during a pandemic (SF Curbed)
    • Solano moving ahead with widening I-80 (Comstock Magazine)
    • U.S. Department of Justice continues to fight California-Quebec cap-and-trade pact (Law 360)

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