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8:37 AM PST on December 9, 2020

    • It's not just fuel, it's vehicles: Electric cars won't save cities (Price Tags)
    • Plus, they pollute (Treehugger)
    • On his way out the door, Trump gets EPA to reject restrictions on particulate pollution (Heated)
    • LA Metro to begin implementing Next Gen bus plan (Mass Transit)
    • Society pays people to drive (CityCommentary)
    • Case in point: Across U.S., we're still throwing big money at big roads (USPIRG)
    • And some neighborhoods are only now getting sidewalks, that most basic of pedestrian infrastructure (Desert Sun)
    • Pandemic effects on income inequality and economic opportunity in California (PPIC)
    • Legislative proposal to extend eviction protections which are set to expire in January (LA Times)
    • ICUs are nearly full (LA Times)
    • Wall Street commences betting on California water supplies (Bloomberg)
    • More cities exploring idea of universal basic income (Washington Post)

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