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8:34 AM PDT on October 5, 2021

    • A proud speeder living in Las Vegas thinks California should widen its highways for him (Review Journal)
    • The OC oil spill feels like the last straw (CalMatters, New York Times)
    • Fresno keeps planning and building pedestrian-unfriendly warehouse zones, ignoring students (Fresno Bee)
    • San Diego's trash pickup policy inequitable and an impediment to environmental goals (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Tomorrow is California Clean Air Day, with free transit rides (LA Daily News)
      • and it's also National Walk to School Day (Pasadena)
    • Biden's silent climate betrayal (Heated)
    • United Airlines abandons extra fee for flying with your bicycle (Cycling Tips)
    • "Self-driving" cars are here, and they could change the way people live (Treehugger)
    • Your online shopping broke the global supply chain (CNET)
    • Childcare sector struggles are contributing to labor shortages (WHYY)

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