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    • Rent is coming due, and time is running out to help (SF Chronicle)
    • Transit systems brace for cuts; warnings from last recession (CityLab)
    • SacRT gets some money for light rail improvements (Progressive Railroading)
    • More on wider sidewalks in the Tenderloin (SF Examiner)
    • Young people are really struggling, and very motivated to vote (Daily Democrat)
    • Lobbyists object to allowing legislators to vote on bills remotely (Sacramento Observer)
    • UC is increasing its police budgets (CalMatters)
    • State policies make a big difference in residents' life expectancy (LA Times)
    • SoCalGas sues California because it won't promote natural gas as a "clean fuel" (LA Times)
    • California could use an action plan for that other crisis - climate change (SF Chronicle)
    • The Census is tricky this time (LA Times)

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