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Today’s Headlines

8:39 AM PST on January 27, 2021

    • What does the shift in vaccine priority mean to essential workers? (LA Times, CalMatters)
    • Growing concern over racial disparities in vaccine distribution (LA Times)
    • San Bernardino County plans a mass-vaccination event next week (Daily Bulletin)
    • Biden signs executive actions on racial equity: Fair housing, no private prisons, tribal sovereignty, denouncing anti-Asian discrimination (Sacramento Bee)
      • ...and "sets in motion" plan to ban federal oil and gas leases (NY Times)
    • What statewide parking reform could look like (SPUR)
    • Santa Rosa floats redesign for a dangerous stretch of road - is it enough? (Press Democrat)
    • Eleven more Bay Area transit agencies join Clipper START, giving fare discounts to low-income people (Bay Link)
    • Environmental groups tell Newsom: Time to step up (CapRadio)
    • New York City doesn't have enough bike parking (NY Times)
    • Uber sweeps in to save transit? (CityLab)
    • Even AAA says "stop using 'accident' to describe a crash" (Capitol Fax)

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