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    • U.S. cities and states are suing big oil over climate change (PBS)
    • Feds agree to reverse Trump-era decision to open central CA to new oil drilling (The Hill)
    • Report: What oil and natural gas use really costs (VC Star)
    • California still has a very long road to electrifying cars (CalMatters)
    • The benefits of fare capping (Planetizen)
    • Some transit news of interest (Railway Age)
    • How a senator and activists hatched an ambitions plan for the future (CalBike)
    • What will happen with Bolt's abandoned e-bikes? (Electrek)

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