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    • The case for a transit-first infrastructure plan (CityLab)
    • Bill to ban fracking - and require setbacks around oil wells - dies in committee (SF Chronicle)
    • Sacramento Bee "unearths" a report saying what's been known all along - gas taxes are not enough to fix all the roads CA already has
    • Recycled plastic in roads? Bill to study the issue advances (Coronado Times)
      • But maybe keep microplastic, particulate pollution in mind (Wired)
    • Bill would allow school buses to use cameras to enforce speed violations (Spectrum News)
    • Special treatment: CA politicians may be fined for campaign violations, but that doesn't mean they pay or anything (CalMatters)

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