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    • Supreme Court could gut government's power to fight climate change (Vox)
    • Yup, the main driver of extreme wildfires is climate change (LA Times)
    • California might get rid of incentives for rooftop solar, making climate goals much harder to reach (LA Times)
    • Youth to everyone: Stop destroying the planet (LA Times)
    • Wilma Chan, Alameda County Supervisor, killed by driver while walking her dog (SF Chronicle, SF Gate)
    • It is time to invest in making streets safe for women (Ms. Magazine)
    • Unvaccinated operators force Muni to reduce service (SF Chronicle)
    • State launches "housing strike force" to enforce tenant and housing production laws (Office of Attorney General)
    • State redistricting is happening now: here's an explainer (CalMatters)
    • The source of the hydrogen sulfide that's polluting Carson's air is still not clear (Business Insider)
    • The fight over solar farms in the Mojave (LA Times)

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