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8:18 AM PST on November 15, 2021

    • Climate activists: take care of yourselves, too (NPR)
    • Six cities (not in U.S.) that are betting on the bicycle (World Crunch)
    • Federal labor department blocks transit funding for California (Governing)
    • CA gas prices at record levels (SF Gate)
    • Bicycle supply chain is being disrupted, along with everything else (Financial Times)
    • There is no shortage of truck drivers. Turnover is high because the jobs stink (Time)
    • Building more homes won't help the most vulnerable (The Conversation)
    • More and more unhoused people are living in cars (The Nation)
    • Flashpoints in statewide redistricting: Long Beach, Fresno, Latinx districts split (Mercury News)

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