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    • No power means no internet (SF Chronicle)
    • Now Orange County is in flames, threatening thousands of homes (LA Times)
    • A procrastinator's guide to the California election (Sacramento Bee)
    • Community Choice Aggregators in Bay Area and Central Coast launch EV-charging program (PR Newswire)
    • Court to rule on Bay Area voter-approved bridge toll hikes (Landline Media)
    • CPUC proposes ground rules for autonomous taxis (GovTech)
    • New Jersey could join CA in banning future gas-powered vehicle sales (Future Car)
    • What is the post-pandemic future of SlowStreets? (SF Gate)
    • The gas tax wasn't really working as a user fee, and the pandemic may have broken it (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Berkeley and Oakland working on an affordable housing policy that could help renters (CalMatters)
    • How people are struggling to pay rent, get by (Brookings)

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