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Today’s Headlines

9:44 AM PDT on July 14, 2021

    • Subscribers Only : SacBee Explains Congestion
    • Editorial: Sac's Future Is Transit, Not More Highways (SacBee)
    • Garcetti Makes Pitch For Funding Gold Line Extension (Daily Bulletin)
    • Republican Support for Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill Shows Signs of Collapsing (CNN)
    • President Biden Met with Sen. Bernie Sanders to Talk about $3.5 Trillion Second Bill (Associated Press)
    • Long Beach Considers "Beach Mats" to Increase Wheelchair Access to Beaches (LB Post)
    • Cable Car Bells Ring Again in the Bay (CBSLocal)
    • Bike Bakersfield Offers Tips for Biking in the Heat (KGET)
    • Bay Area Gas Prices Continue to Rise (Merc-News)

Note from Damien: Doing today's headlines, every single major newspaper had an article about the cases, hospitalizations and deaths caused by COVID-19 are rising. If you are eligible and aren't vaccinated, please get your shot today.

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