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    • A bike violation? A black man is dead (CityLab)
    • League of American Bicyclists statement on killing of Dijon Kizzee
    • CA Democrats gave up on new oil and gas regulations  (Sirota)
    • The threats to California from a rushed, incomplete census are serious (LA Times, ABC)
    • COVID and structural problems in America's housing market (CityMetric)
    • Why low-income residents might oppose development (Shelterforce)
    • In North Oakland, residents watch gentrification happening in front of them (Oaklandside)
    • This company is turning vacant hotels into affordable housing (Fast Company)
    • Actually, mayors have little control over problems Republicans have walked away from (NY Times)

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