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8:42 AM PDT on June 14, 2022

    • Feeling the heat? (IPCC)
    • The Clean Air Act is under attack (Science)
    • Central Valley air district updates clean truck rules, but still relies mostly on incentives (
    • What we actually need is smart, affordable transportation (Capitol Weekly)
    • CA okays self-driving taxis, but San Francisco doesn't want them (SF Examiner)
    • More on bill to reward "car-light" households (The Center Square)
    • Will legislators kill bill to divest public pensions from fossil fuels? (Capital and Main)
    • Legislature passes budget bill, meeting its deadline, but it's far from finished (CalMatters)
    • Proponents of tax measure for San Diego airport-transit connection dispute registrar's claim that it did not qualify for the ballot (Mass Transit)
    • Amazon almost ready to start testing package delivery via drone (Politico)

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