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Today’s Headlines

8:41 AM PDT on August 29, 2022

    • Health impacts of heat, and how to stay alive (Fresnoland)
    • ICYMI: John Oliver explains carbon offsets (YouTube)
    • Trees in the Inflation Reduction Act (Time)
    • Decision on extending the life of Diablo Canyon could be postponed (AP)
    • California's ban on gas cars is a massive step in the right direction (Mother Jones)
    • Other states poised to follow CA's ban on gas cars (Politico)
    • People love their old gas burning cars (LA Times)
    • Bikes can carry all kinds of heavy cargo (Register Guard)
    • The post-covid fight over who gets to use the streets (Pew)
    • L.A.'s train and bus riders outnumber the Bay Area's (Mercury News)
    • Places in LA you can easily reach via transit (LA Times)
    • Why do electric cars need a 300-mile range? Most people rarely drive that far (NY Times)
    • CA cities are embracing rent control (LA Times, Economist)
    • Lawmakers reach a deal on CA housing bills (CBS)
    • Money is no substitute for good policy, says Michael Tubbs, state advisor on poverty (SF Chronicle)
    • The housing market is getting too expensive even for large house-flipping companies (Bloomberg)

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