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Today’s Headlines

7:33 AM PDT on April 8, 2022

    • Your life is going to change (IPCC)
    • California salmon are at risk of extinction (LA Times)
    • How CA can build transit cheaper and faster (CA YIMBY)
    • Parts, materials for electric batteries are hard to come by (ClimateWire)
    • Plans for new housing at Berkeley BART stations move ahead (SF Chronicle)
    • Houseless people on Caltrans land are going to be forced to move along (Mercury News)
    • L.A. lifts moratorium on towing RVs, but the story is not over yet (LA Times)
    • CA cities spend huge share of federal COVID relief fund on police (The Guardian)
    • Less enforcement, more pedestrian deaths? (Smart Cities Dive)
    • CA environmental policies protect mostly white people (UC San Diego)
    • Mandate a four-day workweek? (SF Chronicle)

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