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    • Disturbing allegations of a back-room deal between San Jose mayor and CA Transportation Commissioner Carl Guardino (in his role as a business owner) (San Jose Spotlight)
    • USPS truck designer ensured they were just heavy enough to skirt emissions rules (Vice)
    • LA City Council wants to ban bike repairs on the street (LA Times)
    • California High Speed Rail Authority releases draft 2022 business plan (CAHSRA)
    • San Diego bike coalition launches real-time crash tracking app (Times of San Diego)
    • San Diego failed to get it together to apply for homeless housing funds (Voice of San Diego)
    • Tenant protection bill (Ellis Act adjustments) has failed despite support (CalMatters)
    • Using lasers to encourage crows to move along is a bad idea (Mercury News)

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