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    • Why California might decriminalize jaywalking: Podcast (LA Times)
    • A deep dive into years of bike-share data (The Conversation)
    • Fossil fuels are astonishingly harmful, in a myriad of ways (LA Times)
    • A history of California's offshore oil drilling (LA Times)
    • Extreme heat is deadly, but California undercounts deaths caused by it (LA Times)
    • Sacramento County's climate plan doesn't live up to its name (Sacramento Bee)
    • Líderes Campesinas speak out about health hazards in California's fields (NRDC)
    • Biden administration to restore climate criteria to NEPA (NY Times)
    • It's Pedestrian Safety Month! So remember, drivers, you too "can share responsibility for safety" (National Road Safety Foundation)
    • Orphaned by COVID (AP News)

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