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    • The federal infrastructure bill doesn't do enough for public transit (Vox)
    • "Reconciliation" may be a chance to fix the infrastructure bill (RollCall)
    • Illegal trash dumping is out of control (SF Chronicle)
    • Climate change is partly an infrastructure problem (The Conversation)
    • A roundabout to go in where Hwy 156 meets Hwy 25 in San Benito County (BenitoLink)
    • Here's where you are not allowed to be unhoused in L.A. (Vice)
    • Bakersfield police agree to some oversight, but deny charges of bad policing practices (AP News)
    • Santa Cruz police flip out over a lot of bike riders having a great time (KION)
    • Oh, dear, there's an "epidemic" of electric mountain bikes (Press Democrat)
    • Uh oh. People have discovered that work is not the answer (NY Times)
    • Two CA housing bills are incremental, but could help with housing, wealth inequality (CalMatters)
    • Sports arenas' roles in California's housing crisis (CalMatters)

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