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    • Climate change is here (IPCC)
    • CA snowpack is very low (CalMatters)
    • New UPS delivery vans are amazing... ebikes (PC Mag)
    • Fresno agencies want transportation sales tax measure to go for roads, not transit (Fresno Bee)
    • King City plans a rail station (King City Rustler)
    • Smaller cities can electrify their transit systems faster than large cities (Curbed)
    • More on San Francisco's new BRT line (SF Gate, Mission Local)
    • Does a gas tax holiday undermine climate goals? [yes] (SF Chronicle)
    • It would also be only a temporary fix to a long-term ongoing problem (The Hill)
    • CA's corporate diversity law ruled unconstitutional (The Hill)
    • Special elections in California tomorrow; special interests invest heavily (CalMatters)

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