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    • It bears repeating: UN report urgent urgent climate action, NOW (LA Times)
    • Confirmed: California still in drought (SF Chronicle)
    • California climate action plans pay lip service to equity (CapRadio)
    • Your SUV is a killer (Slate)
    • The concept of induced demand is hard to explain (Governing)
    • Walkability is just one factor in neighborhood health profiles (Popular Science)
    • Fresno Co Supervisors refuse to fund a study into local health impacts of climate change (Fresno Bee)
    • Contactless fare-payment systems are great for students, route efficiency (GovTech)
    • Hundreds oppose Ontario plan to allow more warehouses (Daily Bulletin)
    • How San Jose has been spending Google money - housing, tenant assistance, more (Mercury News)
    • Irvine to forgo property taxes in return for "missing middle income" housing (OC Register)

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