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    • E-bike incentive bill would bring health, air quality benefits (Davis Vanguard)
      • Bill gets its first victory (CalBike)
    • San Jose restaurant owner don't want the cars to come back (ABC7)
    • Cerritos College gets state grant to develop its clean transportation training programs (Press Telegram)
    • Work scheduled to close gap on Calistoga-to-St. Helena bike trail (Napa Valley Register)
    • Opponents have tried everything to undermine bike lane project in San Diego (unsuccessfully) (San Diego Magazine)
    • Boy, who'da thought infrastructure could stir up so much interest (Planetizen)
    • Latino areas devastated by COVID are reopening, slowly and cautiously (LA Times)
    • Care work is climate work (New Republic)
    • Some cities are turning off their lights to save the birds (NY Times)
    • Is Tiger getting "special treatment" after crashing is car? (Washington Post)

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