Today’s Headlines

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  • Watch and share: Vox connects the dots between environmental degradation, housing segregation, black populations, and COVID outcomes
  • High speed rail project is getting beat up by CA legislature (Courthouse News)
  • CA Senate’s proposed budget differs significantly from the Governor’s (KCRA)
  • Environmental protection is not the governor’s priority (SF Chronicle)
  • Some counties are wary of reopening businesses as COVID cases keep rising (CalMatters, SF Chronicle)
    • People in general are worried (LA Times)
    • Sonoma County’s sheriff thinks he knows better than the health department (SF Chronicle)
    • Maybe he should watch this Vox video
  • For many Californians, information is hard to get (CalMatters)
  • If we ignore the past, the economic recovery will just repeat its mistakes on equity (CalMatters)
  • Cap-and-trade auction shows unsurprising decline in revenue (KQED)
  • University of California (finally) fully divests from fossil fuels (LA Times)

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