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    • Climate action is still urgently needed ASAP (LA Times, NY Times)
    • Scientists are ready to go on strike to bring attention to climate change (NY Times)
    • Meanwhile, the Supreme Court is ready to gut EPA's authority to regulate climate-change-causing emissions (Inside Climate News, New York Times, Vox, Slate, S&P Global)
    • California's cap-and-trade auction sells out at record price (ClimateWire)
    • A downtown Oakland street is slated for a total makeover (Oaklandside) Palo Alto will keep a car-free street (Palo Alto)
    • New bridge over future high speed rail completed in Fresno County (RT&S)
    • San Diego transit ridership slowly rising (Mass Transit)
    • A look at the bill to coordinate transit in the SF Bay Area (Gov Tech)
    • HCD rejects LA's Housing Element, and other planning news bits (California Planning & Development Report)
    • "Forced gentrification": When a city takes over maintenance of a house (SF Chronicle)
    • Newsom left it out of his budget, but community groups still want a fund for health, equity, and racial justice (CalMatters)

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