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8:39 AM PDT on March 24, 2021

    • State bill would help transit riders by connecting Bay Area fare systems (SF Examiner)
    • CA, US Justice Dept in talks to settle lawsuit over promised HSR funding (Reuters)
    • Carpool lanes encourage EVs, but also inequity (Governing)
    • New center aims to assist in California's transition to electric vehicles (GovTech)
    • Cover California canals with solar panels? Study that (High Country News)
    • California's last nuclear plant is poised to shut down. What next? (Utility Dive)
    • Environmental damage by fossil fuel industry, not paid for, is a $600B annual subsidy (ArsTechnica)
    • Oakland launches guaranteed basic income program (SF Chronicle)
    • US Census will be six months late, delaying redistricting process (Capitol Weekly)
    • We could solve homelessness if we wanted to (Slate)
    • Bills to create more affordable housing in California (CalMatters)
    • Start cutting water use, California (Sacramento Bee)

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