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8:46 AM PST on December 7, 2020

    • 20,000 Californians dead. If you are able to, just stay home. (LA Times)
    • Mass transit faces huge cuts across the nation (NY Times)
      • And proposed federal relief is not enough (CityLab)
    • Seamless integrated transit is complicated - and political (SF Examiner)
    • More about how tire pollution is killing salmon (Inverse)
    • Profiles of people who cannot pay rent (CalMatters)
    • Buying hotels for housing could be a long-term homelessness solution (PEW)
    • New CA legislative session begins today (Sacramento Bee, SF Chronicle)
    • "Luxury" housing development in San Diego offers land swap in exchange for building on environmental reserve (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • The fight over natural gas in homes (LA Times)
    • Biden nominates CA Attorney General Xavier Becerra to head Health and Human Services (NY Times)
    • Another automaker - Nissan - drops support for Trump administration's stance on emissions standards (KTLA)
    • Trump/Barr are in a hurry to execute people before they leave office (LA Times)

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