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    • Climate is changing (IPCC)
    • A small boat tracks, collects plastic trash out of the Pacific Ocean (Local News Matters)
    • Deep dive: How we've built our streets to be deadly (Vox)
    • Cities build bike lanes to nowhere (Wall Street Journal)
    • A new freeway crossing at the border "will alleviate congestion," according to its builders (Times of San Diego)
    • Olympics could "fuel a transit boom" in LA (LA Times)
    • Electrification efforts should focus on trucks, buses (EDF)
    • Federal judge rules Uber does not have to provide wheelchair access (Spectrum)
    • Draft voter guide is out: there's a lot on the November ballot (Secretary of State)
    • Law professors: Do not blame us - SCOTUS was wrong on EPA ruling (The Regulatory Review)
    • Goats are doing their natural fire suppression thing for BART

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