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8:05 AM PST on December 23, 2020

    • Newsom's picks make history: Padilla for Senator, Weber for Secretary of State (CalMatters)
    • What the federal relief package means for California (CalMatters)
    • Hospitals workers beg people to stay home, not gather for Christmas (Sacramento Bee)
    • Project could change rail service in East Bay, eliminate two stations (East Bay Times)
    • It's time for pollution-free fuels and vehicles (NRDC)
    • Bike-share comes to downtown Santa Barbara (Edhat)
    • S.F. Bay Trail keeps growing, segment by segment (SF Chronicle)
    • People are finally listening to environmental concerns on cap-and-trade (PEW)
    • Mary Nichols' legacy: cleaner air and bitter controversy (CalMatters)
    • California Planning and Development Report briefs: Trump gets narrow definition of "habitat" in under the wire

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