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8:48 AM PST on January 7, 2021

    • Seditious rioters, goaded by Trump, attack U.S. Capitol during routine certification of electoral college vote (CNN)
    • They attacked other capitals, too, including Sacramento (Sacramento Bee, New York Times)
    • Republican representatives--among them CA Senate Minority Leader Shannon Grove--try to blame antifa (Capitol Weekly, LA Times)
    • Gentle police response to Capitol rioters reveals double standard on race (SF Chronicle)
    • Health officials: L.A. is losing its battle against COVID (LA Times)
    • LA Mayor Garcetti blames COVID outbreak on .... L.A.'s density (Planetizen)
    • "Slow Streets" disrupted city planning--what next? (CityLab)
    • The U.S. could make SUVs much less deadly (CityLab)
    • Newsom's proposed economic recover plan emphasizes clean vehicles (CalMatters)
    • Study: Uber, Lyft contributed to rise in car ownership (Green Car Congress, Courthouse News)

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