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8:28 AM PDT on October 28, 2021

    • Pedestrian safety doesn't have to be a nightmare (Bloomberg)
    • Misleading ads from oil companies on the rise (Heated)
    • Highway proponents push to widen Highway 41 "because HSR is stalled" (SJV Sun)
    • Breakdown of earmarks for Southern California parks, infrastructure, transit requested by Senator Feinstein
    • LA moves to shift to clean energy (Washington Post)
    • CA Atty General Bonta leads coalition supporting more stringent fuel efficiency standards (Gold Rush Cam)
    • LA looks for ways to build affordable housing in "high-resource" neighborhoods (Daily News)
    • Rental, housing prices rising after fires, floods, leaving people stranded, struggling (NBC News)
    • The conventional "wisdom" about rent control is not all that wise (Governing)
    • Chino says: No more warehouses (Daily Bulletin)
    • SF Supes reject housing that would replace a parking lot (SF Gate)

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