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    • Kern County may succeed in widening the last 2-lane stretch of Hwy 46 (Bakersfield.com)
    • And Marin-Sonoma counties hope to get their highway widening funded by the state, too (Press Democrat)
    • Half of the US urban labor force is working from home (Bloomberg)
    • Families who moved into empty Caltrans properties evicted on eve of holiday (SF News, LA Times, LAist)
    • Millions face potential homelessness as eviction moratorium set to expire (Vox)
    • Hospitals are under pressure, fear being overwhelmed (SF Chronicle)
    • Did Newsom get played? (Sacramento Bee)
    • CARB head to retire, may move to US EPA (KTUL)

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