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    • Scrap-and-replace program helps low-income Californians get cleaner cars and e-bikes (Next City)
    • Where to now, after 2020's harrowing, universal ordeal? (National Geographic)
    • AARP trains people to be part of a Livable Communities Corps
    • How land trusts can keep housing affordable (CalMatters)
    • Feds insert politics, deny funding to transit agencies and cities they brand "anarchist" (NACTO)
    • COVID has been especially harmful for working women (Brookings)
    • Tracing COVID misinformation (Nieman Lab)
    • St. Paul sets citywide 20 mph speed limit (Twin Cities)
    • Outdoor dining is no refuge from the dangers of cars (Planetizen)
    • Strategies for driving down emissions (Transportation for America)
    • Under Trump, "alarming" drop in prosecutions for violations of fundamental environmental laws (NY Times)
    • LAPD causes serious injuries by shooting at ... Lakers fans (LA Times)
    • A Trump landslide? The media playing Cassandra? (McClatchy)

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