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Today’s Headlines

8:18 AM PDT on August 11, 2022

    • How the heck did they get a climate bill passed? (AP, E&E)
    • Air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions being measured and mapped at a "hyperlocal" scale (Vice)
    • FHWA's "Carbon Reduction Program" lets states ignore the reduction piece (Transportation For America)
    • Why aren't speed governors required on vehicles? (Bloomberg)
    • Paris to become a 100% cycle city (Momentum Mag)
    • USDOT's Reconnecting Communities grant program needs more funding (Transportation For America)
    • Plans for an "inland port" in Kern County (ABC)
    • Los Gatos residents want to repeal General Plan that calls for "unnecessarily high number" of housing units (Mercury News)
    • CA AG weighs in on East Bay affordable housing fight (SF Chronicle)
    • Housing factions weaponize two state laws to win their arguments (CalMatters)
    • Hey, San Bernardino: don't waste everyone's time on vote to secede (Daily Bulletin)

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