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8:39 AM PDT on July 31, 2020

    • California hits new milestone in COVID deaths (LA Times)
    • Social distancing is easier for people with higher incomes (UC Davis)
    • New charges - bribery and money laundering - against LA Councilmember Huizar
    • SF Mayor asks city workers to hold off on promised raises (SF Chronicle)
    • Reflections on environmental and racial justice (NRDC)
    • Caltrans is using old bottles to pave a highway in Butte County (Ukiah Daily Journal)
    • Lower cap-and-trade revenue leads to cuts in clean-air programs (CalMatters)
    • LA accelerates efforts to electrify transportation system (Scientific American)
    • Metrolink set to expand in Riverside County (Patch)
    • Affordable housing construction is lagging (CityLab)
    • Making the post-COVID commute equitable (World Economic Forum)

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