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8:32 AM PST on March 12, 2021

    • Feds have been letting polluters - like Exide - off the hook (LA Times)
    • Public transit workers added to list of people eligible for vaccines beginning Monday (Mercury News)
      • List includes people with disabilities, underlying health conditions (LA Times)
    • Why are car companies selling e-bikes? (Inside Hook)
    • GHGs return to pre-pandemic levels (Voice of America)
    • Study: Americans have been leaving home even more than before the pandemic (Washington Post)
    • Adaptive cruise control encourages speeding, leads to crashes (The Hill)
    • Electric cars are coming, but they're going to take a while (NY Times)
    • Something different - neither owning nor renting - is needed (The Atlantic)
    • Bash some trash this weekend, wherever you are (Patch)
    • Watch Caltrans rock-climbing crews knock down boulders and blow them up (YouTube)

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