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    • Roadblocks for California's clean vehicle goals (S&P Global)
    • Coachella approves money to get CV Link construction going (KESQ)
    • CARB to vehicle makers: tell us about your emissions cheat devices before we find them on our own (Transportation Today News)
    • Biking is up, and so is bike theft (CBS)
    • Even in Amsterdam, biking is up; parking is a problem (The Guardian)
    • Santa Barbara considers temporary e-bike docks; permanent ones "don't fit historic character" of downtown (Noozhawk)
    • CA GHGs are rising (SF Chronicle)
    • Emissions exposure may increase COVID mortality (Pew)
    • Oakland sets restrictions on where homeless people can live (SF Chronicle)
    • Inching towards a new relief package (LA Times)
    • When will your ballot be counted? The perks of voting early (CalMatters)

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