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8:49 AM PDT on September 15, 2020

    • This "game" could help you understand the twelve propositions on the California ballot (Gimme Props)
    • It's time to take urban freight seriously (TheCityFix)
    • Aggressive action by federal government could cut U.S. emissions considerably (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Surprise! Trump dismisses "science" (Mercury News)
    • California files another legal challenge against Trump administration on environmental rollbacks (OAG)
    • There never has been any intention to recycle plastic (NPR)
    • ICE resumes deportation arrests (NY Times)
    • Homeless sweeps continue in Bay Area despite coronavirus "moratorium" (Mercury News)
    • Tahoe seeks input on transportation plan (Tahoe Daily Tribune)
    • San Jose wants to know how to improve transportation - survey (San Jose Spotlight)
    • Hong Kong's pedestrian fences are about control (CityLab)
    • U.S. Chinatowns' history of racism, marketing (National Geographic)

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