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8:50 AM PDT on August 10, 2020

    • Dems. back transit agencies’ pitch for $32 billion in coronavirus funding. R's have not included it in their bill. (WaPo)
    • LAT Blames Layers Of Consultants For A CA High-Speed Rail Bridge Construction Failure
    • More on Caltrain Measure (AlmanacSFNews)
    • Suisun City joins program to subsidize Lyft rides to and from transit hubs (Daily Republic)
    • Did a hedge fund wreck the cap-and-trade auction? (Palo Alto Online)
    • Presidential candidate rides a BIKE! and simultaneously makes a JOKE! (Mediaite)
    • L.A. could cancel real estate projects connected to bribery investigation (LAT)
    • A look at the new President of the University of California (Capitol Weekly)
    • Senator Scott Weiner harassed, threatened by QAnon trolls lying about his legislation on Instagram (Mother Jones)
    • The Onion spoofs COVID-era urban planning and L.A. car culture at the same time

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