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Today’s Headlines

8:17 AM PDT on June 10, 2021

    • Climate goals do not have to undermine a robust economy (Capitol Weekly)
    • Unions support high-speed rail (LA Times)
    • Fresno County approves local tax dollars to widen Highway 41 (KMPH)
    • The pitfalls of planning by bargaining (Planetizen)
    • Scary: Banks are outbidding potential residents on single family homes (UNC)
    • Report: California needs more than a million electric chargers (CA Energy Commission)
    • GM bargains for "flexibility" on auto emission standards (Reuters)
    • When is a cap on emissions not a cap? Under cap-and-trade (Energy at Haas)
    • Uber hikes fares, but drivers aren't seeing any of that (Washington Post)
    • The (not-so-)hidden dangers of big trucks (Consumer Reports)
    • Ideal cities of the future look like cities without cars (Shift)

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