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    • Distracted Driver-Cop Hits Pedestrian in Berkeley (BerkeleysideSFGate)
    • Sacramento County Declared Climate Emergency, Needs to Take That Seriously (SacBee)
    • IBM Exec: IBM Can "Fix" Traffic if They Had More Data (SD Union-Tribune)
    • Bargaining Continues with Oakland A’s Stadium (SFChronEastBayTimes)
    • Podcast: What Is the Smart City Initiative (LB Post)
    • California Home Prices Set Record in June (OC Register)
    • Newsom Signs $12 Billion Homelessness Relief Package (Bloomberg)
    • Gov. Likely to Prevail in Recall (CNBC)
    • Smoke Visible for Miles As Fire Burns in Sacramento Near American River Parkway (SacBee)
    • Activists Raise $15 Million to "Save Mount Diablo" Open Space in Bay Area (Merc-News)
    • Uber and Lyft Polling Mass. Voters on a Prop 22- Style Labor Law. (Boston Globe)

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