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    • The fight to make big oil pay for climate change heads to Supreme Court (SF Chronicle)
    • Political challenges California faces - a primer (CalMatters)
    • Low wages benefit employers and cost taxpayers (The Atlantic)
    • How California ensured the integrity of the vote (CalMatters)
    • Anonymous callers threaten California lawmakers (Sacramento Bee)
    • Public housing opponents decry not-yet-built project as "slum" - anonymously (SF Chronicle)
    • Outgoing CA attorney general files another lawsuit against Trump EPA on lack of regulation of airline emissions (Fox40)
    • Goleta considers a road diet (Independent)
    • Biden pushes high speed rail, electric vehicles (Visalia Times Delta)
    • Biden administration's climate plan (USA Today)
    • How an Oakland program is fighting homelessness (KQED)
    • One project in L.A. shows housing homeless can happen quickly, cheaply (LA Times)

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