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8:20 AM PST on March 7, 2022

    • Good morning! We're still not taking action fast enough on climate change (IPCC)
    • Healthy, decent, affordable, sustainable housing is absolutely necessary to the climate fight (NRDC)
    • Downtown Madera to get "complete streets" (Madera Tribune)
    • Complete streets, smaller vehicles for a win for climate, safety, and justice (Eno Center for Transportation)
    • Santa Cruz approves Regional Transportation Plan (Mass Transit)
    • All the bike-friendly bills introduced in the current California session (CalBike)
    • Bill would allow speed cameras (SF Chronicle)
    • Santa Cruz fight over rail-or-trail may be decided by voters (Santa Cruz Local)
    • What Buttigieg can actually do to approve or disapprove highway projects (Eno Center for Transportation)
    • UC Berkeley will enroll all those new undergraduates after all - they will just be online (CalMatters)
    • It will take a constitutional amendment to fix California law letting voters veto public housing (AP News)
    • Kablooie! Boulder blocking Highway 50 blown to smithereens (NBC)

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