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    • Not knowing what's causing this surge is a handicap (LA Times)
    • Healthcare systems know everyone needs access to grocery stores (NextCity)
    • MTC might back off mandatory telecommute goal (SF Examiner)
    • LA argues about oil wells, setbacks (LA Times)
    • State argues that Prop 22 does not apply to Uber and Lyft drivers (Sacramento Bee)
    • What now with ride-hail? (CalMatters)
    • Electric car industry forms a lobbying group (The Verge)
    • New California EV rebates (Clean Technica)
    • Money for a freeway in Diamond Bar (ABC7)
    • Money for interchange in Monterey (Monterey County Weekly)
    • The effects of displacing people for highways last a long time (AZ Central)
    • Police train landlords on how to keep out renters that have been arrested (LA Times)
    • The Biden cabinet appointments that matter (Five Thirty Eight)

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