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    • CA cap-and-trade auction sells out for second time in a row - with detailed explanation of the program (EDF)
    • Oxnard school district buses go electric (Valdosta Daily Times)
    • Anaheim Transportation Network moves towards all-electric transit (Mass Transit)
    • Transit could be a winner under Democrats' COVID stimulus plan (SF Chronicle)
    • The growing importance of bike infrastructure (Sonoma County Gazette)
    • Most of those new USPS trucks won't be electric, and that's a problem (Bloomberg)
    • "Opportunity zones" aren't doing distressed communities much good (Pew)
    • A dive into how Sacramento's zoning reform would work (Capital Public Radio)
    • How SF plans to redirect law enforcement money to Black residents (SF Chronicle)
    • Air Board tells growers to end ag waste burns by 2025 (CalMatters)
    • More on auditor report re state's inability to meet GHG reduction goals (Green Car Congress)

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