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    • City leaders are still debating scooter regulations (SmartCitiesDive)
    • The bus should be free (NextCity)
    • Financing plan for Vegas-to-LA rail also relies on federal infrastructure bill (Bloomberg)
    • Can we learn from other's mistakes? How a truck driver shortage contributed to panic buying in the UK (Transport Topics)
    • California eviction moratorium coming to an end: FAQ (CalMatters)
    • Businesses face eviction too (SF Chronicle)
    • SF Assemblymember Chiu, Chair of Housing and Community Development, to become SF City Attorney; replacement candidates are coming forward (SF Chronicle)
    • Housing justice relies on a strong CEQA (CalMatters)
    • The wild west of carbon credits (Seed World)

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