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8:45 AM PST on January 21, 2022

    • The rise of e-bike deliveries (Guardian)
    • Crash data gives an incomplete picture of safety (Next City)
    • Fresno receiving $$$ to improve infrastructure, reduce emissions (ABC30)
    • Court: Lawsuit against remote Tejon development can continue (Courthouse News)
    • CPUC puts off decision on changes to rooftop solar rules (KPBS)
    • California's city councils are getting more diverse because LAWS (Washington Post)
    • Oil lobbyists have the ear of the Biden administration (Inside Climate News)
    • Feds rescind environmental approval for a freeway in Oregon (Bike Portland)
    • Federal $ for RR infrastructure could include routes built just for moving crude oil (Colorado Sun)
    • People live on top of and near old industrial sites, with pollution (Grist)
    • COVID forces a homeless shelter in Oakland to close (Mercury News)
    • Finland models how to end all waste (Time)

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