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    • UN Warns of Worsening Global Warming (SacBee, LAT)
    • Report: States Must Fix Bias in Policing (SBNYC)
    • Slow Streets, Win Some, Lose Some (SFWeekly)
    • More on SF's JFK Drive for People vs. Museums (NYTimes)
    • Culver City Deciding Whether to Keep Culver Blvd. Open for People (Bike Culver City)
    • More on SF's Great Highway’s Return to Motorists (ABC7)
    • Fires Reducing Air Quality in Fresno (Fresno Bee)
    • Cal State Parks Has "Hike and Bike" Survey (Google Docs)
    • Fed Infrastructure Bill Will Pass, If It Hasn't by the Time You Read This(Politico)
    • The Bill Cuts Biden’s Proposed $20 Billion for Dismantling Urban freeways to $1 Million. (NBC News)
    • Includes funding for tech to Warn Drivers When They Leave Kids in Back Seat. (New York Post)

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