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    • How Biden's environmental justice order might work (Scientific American)
    • Ridership may not be the right metric for transit (CityLab)
    • National political games around a carbon tax (Politico)
    • Cap-and-trade to be "evaluated" in CARB's upcoming scoping plan process (Capital Public Radio)
    • CA bill considers permanent online access to government meetings (Governing)
    • Grocers claim pay raises for its employees would force it to shut some stores - despite big profits during pandemic (LA Eater)
    • How Ciclovía changed Bogotá (VeloNews)

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