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    • The census matters. A lot (New Republic)
    • Corporations claiming they support racial justice need to support public transportation (CityLab)
    • LA residents protest court decision to allow Exide to abandon toxic site cleanup (LA Times)
    • Half of California gig workers have had no work during pandemic (Sacramento Bee)
    • Trucking companies settle with US EPA over emission rule violations (OC Breeze, Freight Waves)
    • CA's greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise (LA Times)
    • Time to track and measure gas consumption (CalMatters)
    • How Moms 4 Housing changed laws (KQED)
    • New national homelessness policy does not focus on housing (SF Chronicle)
    • Why can't we have sheltered public spaces? (Price Tags)
    • A bunch of those abandoned Uber bikes have a new life in Mexico City (The Verge)
    • E-bikes are good for you (St George News)
    • Gee, the New Yorker has a bike on its cover

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