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    • Action to prevent climate change shouldn't be controversial (IPCC)
    • As feared, Supreme Court rules that EPA has no power to fight climate change (LA Times, NY Times, Endgadget)
    • CA legislature passes controversial, sweeping energy bill for fear of shortages (LA Times)
    • Updated: details on California budget bills (CalMatters)
    • The only real long-term solution to high gas prices is choice (Transportation 4 America)
    • Arguing about a gas tax holiday (Planetizen)
    • CA got "gas relief" right (Curbed)
    • Los Angeles may ban new gas stations (The Guardian)
    • Cargo bikes are taking off (NY Times)
    • LA approves framework to implement long-delayed Mobility Plan (Spectrum News)
    • Bill to provide fare-free transit for students moves forward (Pasadena Now)
    • California's November ballot is going to be a long one (CalMatters)
    • LA County returns Bruce's Beach to the Bruce family (Daily News)

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