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8:40 AM PST on December 4, 2020

    • Done right, automated traffic enforcement can alleviate bias (Smart Cities Dive)
    • CA environmental groups object to idea of CARB chair Mary Nichols heading up US EPA (KQED)
    • How environmental justice can return to US EPA (High Country News)
    • Toxic pollution from tires may be killing salmon (SF Chronicle)
    • Biden could ensure all agencies fight climate change (Gizmodo)
    • A Biden administration could boost lawsuits holding oil industry liable for climate change (SF Chronicle)
    • Anti-union senator Glazer is mad at BART for securing early contract with its workers (SF Chronicle)
    • It should never be suburbs vs cities; we're in this together (Governing)
    • These transit agencies are working to increase affordable housing (Transit Center)

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