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    • Climate change urgency hasn't gone away (IPCC)
    • Bill would force refineries to report profit margins (Times of San Diego)
    • Fossil fuel industry is pushing for more drilling (Capital and Main)
    • EPA expands reach of ozone regulations (GreenWire)
    • Virginia is a climate leader? (Virginia Mercury)
    • Comparing cap-and-trade to a carbon tax (Earth.org)
    • Would cutting the gas tax help consumers at all? (Times of San Diego)
    • Benicia Mayor fights big oil, which dominates his city (LA Times)
    • UK threatens funding for projects that would lead to more carbon emissions (Forbes)
    • New York Times amplifies doubts about CA high-speed rail (which is nevertheless moving forward)
    • From one parking spot to 100 parks (Fast Company)
    • US regulators issue rules allowing AVs without steering wheels, brake pedals (Reuters)

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