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8:39 AM PST on January 14, 2022

    • Can only tragic deaths make communities take traffic dangers seriously? (Diablo)
    • San Francisco has begun lowering speed limits on some streets (SF Gate)
    • California Budget and Policy Center and Legislative Analyst Office release analyses of Governor's budget proposal
    • Newsom touts transportation, infrastructure elements of budget proposal (San Jose Spotlight)
    • Assembly Speaker Rendon signals that he'll keep trying to kill high speed rail (Mercury News)
    • And out the other side of his mouth, Rendon complains that California is no longer a climate leader (KCRW)
    • Spin to suspend e-scooter services in Sacramento, other cities (Mass Transit)
    • Don't Look Up is missing a real call to action (In These Times)
    • OMG! "Environmentalists" think nuclear energy is "clean" (Grist)
    • More legislators decline to run for re-election (CalMatters)
    • Bike mechanics plead with manufacturers to stop making crap bikes (Vice)
    • Every California county has high COVID rates (KTLA)

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