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    • Tesla investigation, long overdue, could lead to more safety outcomes (Slate)
    • Court rules Prop 22 - claiming ride-hail drivers are contractors - unconstitutional (AP)
    • How to move beyond recycling (Heated)
    • Not good for air quality: CA plans to lean on diesel to avoid power blackouts (KQED)
    • What if buses and subways were free to ride? (LA Times)
    • It's easier to build new highways than new subways (Slate)
    • The top ten economic benefits of walkable places (CNU)
    • To fight climate change, California needs to reorganize state government (CalMatters)
    • Amazon ponders malls (The Atlantic)

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