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    • CA adopts bill on clean air inside and around schools (NRDC)
    • The disastrous end of the California legislative session (LA Podcast)
    • Two cities, two approaches to public engagement:
      • Survey of Santa Clarita residents makes clear they want more bike and multi-use trails (SCV Signal)
      • City of Del Rio goes looking for public support for a planned bike path (KRCR)
    • September is pedestrian safety month - so police urge pedestrians to be extra careful (Times Herald)
      • Which is wrong-headed, according to Angie Schmitt's new book (Curbed)
    • US Bicycle Route System adds over 500 miles of route in California and Wisconsin (Lonely Planet)
    • Santa Ana's fraught history on police spending and a union backlash (LA Times)
      • Some cities are using alternatives to police in emergencies (Bloomberg)
    • Eviction court is back, but a few temporary protections wobble in the breach (LA Times)
      • An eviction ban alone isn't enough (NY Times)
    • When the world isn't designed for our bodies (New Yorker)
    • Against a Green Jim Crow (McHarg Center)
    • In some African cities, COVID has governments working on safer biking (UCI)

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