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8:20 AM PST on November 4, 2020

    • Racial justice and the election (Capitol Weekly)
    • Construction on new freeway in Sacramento County could begin soon (Business Journals)
    • Private companies can sell electricity to fuel trucks (TT News)
    • Vallejo tries a more humane approach to kicking homeless out of marsh area (Daily Republic)
    • Reservations required for holiday travel on Amtrak this year (Bay Area Metro)
    • The Brown Act - requiring public meetings to be open, accessible - needs an update (CalMatters)
    • In the Inland Empire, people seem generally amenable to raising taxes on other people (Daily Bulletin)
    • Investors buying up Bay Area office real estate (Mercury News)

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