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Today’s Headlines

8:31 AM PDT on August 27, 2020

    • Senator Brian Jones, who resisted COVID safety measures, tests positive - shutting down CA Senate during crucial last week of voting (AP News)
    • California! Living sustainably and inclusively is necessary, not optional (NY Times)
    • If more people don't take climate change seriously, we can't do much about it (Medium)
    • These disasters aren't "natural," but the result of policy (New Yorker)
    • Two big decisions by California could help reduce fossil fuel use (Earth Justice)
    • Single-family zoning has ruled for a century (Voice of San Diego)
      • One bill would loosen that grip (LA Times)
    • Also among CA bills under consideration: how to reform policing (AP)
    • California bill on scooter and bike-share amended (The Verge)
    • BART is pretty safe to ride (Berkeleyside)
    • Looking for solutions for transportation hub, San Jose receives multiple suggestions for personal transit systems (Patch)

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