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8:17 AM PDT on June 24, 2022

    • It bears repeating: Action on climate is urgently needed now, not in ten years (IPCC)
    • High temperatures led to BART train derailment (LA Times)
    • Air Resources Board holds hearing on CA climate plan (Federal News Network)
    • Closed-door CA budget negotiations focus on energy (CalMatters)
    • Biden's push for gas tax suspension puts pressure on CA legislators who know it's a bad idea (Sacramento Bee)
    • Transportation, labor, business, and environmental groups all agree that it's not a good idea (Smart Cities Dive)
    • Oakland approves redesign for street where a bike rider was killed (Oaklandside)
    • Insurance coverage for e-bikes is still figuring itself out (Reuters)
    • E-bikes are taking off as a climate solution (Inside Climate News)
    • LA County figures out how to legally transfer Bruce's Beach back to the Bruce family (LA Times)

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