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7:45 AM PST on November 12, 2021

    • Every year, drivers crash into businesses; the impacts are long-lasting (Oaklandside)
    • Feds say California is ineligible for transit funding because of pension rules (ABC, Washington Post)
    • Public transit use must double, at least (Bloomberg)
    • Freeway building has displaced hundreds of thousands of people - and still is (LA Times)
    • New smog rule in SoCal could save lives (Grist)
    • Where toxic air pollutes neighborhoods (ProPublica)
    • Electric cars won't save the planet (Forbes)
    • The police are no help when you're trying to get your stolen bike back (LA Times)
    • Draft state redistricting maps would reshape key districts (AP)

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