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8:26 AM PST on February 11, 2022

    • Highway expansions will worsen global warming (New York Times)
    • Traffic engineers insist our main streets must be able to handle 30,000 cars a day. Who wants that! (Strong Towns)
    • Mitch McConnell to governors: Just ignore what the feds say - do whatever you want with infrastructure money (Route Fifty)
    • Community solar could be a middle way to get more solar energy in California (Canary Media)
    • CA relies on thin evidence from industry-sponsored studies claiming oil wastewater is safe for food crop irrigation (Inside Climate News)
    • SoCalGas faces fine for using customer money to block climate action - but claims "first amendment rights" (LA Times)
    • California sues Tesla for racial discrimination (AP)
    • COVID has taken a major toll on cities everywhere (Politico)
    • Fresno's new homeless rule makes it hard to help (CalMatters)

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