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8:36 AM PDT on October 28, 2020

    • What are cities doing with e-scooter data? Making improvements (Intelligent Transport)
    • To truly serve diverse communities, we must have diverse representation (Green Biz)
    • Sacramento approves landmark public safety resolution acknowledging "generations of structural racism" (Sacramento Bee)
    • Analysis of Oakland police data: Crashes down, racist enforcement remains (Bike East Bay)
    • Transportation issues on the ballot (Forbes)
    • Oppose Prop 22 for the environment (Sacramento Bee)
    • LA City Council thinks banning homeless from camping will solve it (LA Times)
    • Old used cars that get replaced with schmancy clean ones go on to pollute poorer countries (The Guardian)
    • Loopholes for landlords in national eviction moratorium (Washington Post)
    • Can Wall Street foreclosure vultures be stopped? (Curbed)
    • Auditor slams CA agency for lax oversight on Exide cleanup (LA Times)

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