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    • State auditor says CARB overstates climate benefits of its incentive programs (CalMatters)
    • People like commuting. So much so, they will fake commute (KRQE)
    • Berkeley City Council moves to end single family zoning (Fox)
    • Zoning for affordable housing isn't enough to create it (CalMatters)
    • To cut driving, remove free parking (Journalists Resource)
    • LA Metro could launch free fare pilot next year (Urbanize)
    • Much new and useful housing data is coming out of the pandemic (Urban Wire)
    • New USPS mail truck unveiled - very cute, but it's no bicycle (Jalopnik)
    • Utility customers are alarmingly behind on bills (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Federal judge rules that California can enforce its net neutrality laws (AP)

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