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8:21 AM PST on November 16, 2020

    • Stay home for Thanksgiving, or plan to quarantine (Sacramento Bee)
    • Caltrans offers temporary permits for businesses to operate on state highways - think parklets (RedHeaded Black Belt)
    • Imperial Valley gets state grant for affordable housing (Imperial Valley Press)
    • Butte County gets grants for bicycle safety program through ChicoVelo (Enterprise-Record)
    • Redondo Beach could be better for people on foot, bike (Easy Reader News)
    • Rail service to expand to San Diego Convention Center (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Telework "revolution" is completely lopsided (Route Fifty)
    • Weekend COVID surge alarms officials (LA Times)
    • Castle fire was hot enough to kill Giant Sequoia trees (LA Times)
    • People with low incomes burdened more by sales taxes (KQED)
    • About that LA City Council race... and the media's role (LA Podcast)
    • Outgoing San Diego mayor pushes affordable housing policy (KPBS)
    • What a different lame duck could do to environmental regulation (Earth Institute)

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