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8:25 AM PDT on June 17, 2022

    • Climate change will change everything (for humans) (IPCC)
    • CA's transportation system has to change (Times of San Diego)
    • Transit has relied on commuters, but people are working from home (Bloomberg)
    • Oil lobbyists blocking a CA bill that would raise fines on polluting refineries (Capital and Main)
    • CalMatters' guide to the humongous state budget surplus
    • Splitting Public Works Dept would cost too much, say SF Supes (SF Standard)
    • Time to stop just listening and take real action on poverty (CalMatters)
    • Bill to protect transit riders from "street harassment" (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • Uh, no, drivers would not have saved $2400 if the gas tax had been suspended (Sacramento Bee)
    • CA asks feds for money for high-speed rail (Sacramento Bee)
    • Oakland reduces speed limits around schools to 15 mph (Oaklandside)

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