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    • Intercity bus service gets no respect (Governing)
    • Cruise and Waymo get DMV approval to run autonomous taxis in CA (Bloomberg)
    • Mountain View's decision to ban RVs is not about street safety (Bike Silicon Valley)
    • Newsom signs 27 housing bills (The Real Deal)
    • It shouldn't take 50 meetings to build some apartments: Interview with Senator Scott Wiener (NY Times)
    • The potential impact of S.B. 9 on Berkeley (Berkeleyside)
    • Bruce's Beach returned to descendants of Black owners who were forced to give it up (Office of Governor Newsom)
    • Police accountability law signed (LA Times)
    • Criminal justice reform panel is winning (CalMatters)
    • Koch empire is going all out to sink Biden's agenda (Rolling Stone)

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