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8:38 AM PDT on October 14, 2022

    • Crocket residents urged to protect themselves from hydrogen sulfide from treatment plant (Mercury News)
    • Orange County bus service could be suspended Monday (LA Times)
    • Caltrans evicts large homeless encampment in Oakland (Prism Reports)
    • Erosion-threatened rail line receives $300m to develop relocation plan (ENR)
    • Bay Area transit board elections: AC Transit, BART leaders will navigate uncertain future (Mercury News)
    • More on vetoed bill that would have given students free transit (Daily Bruin)
    • California leads the nation in cleaning up school buses (CARB)
    • Today's U.S. Supreme Court hearing on pig pens could affect California environmental laws (Legal Planet)
    • Work-from-home is doing a number on office real estate values (NBER)
    • Who's to blame for high gas prices? (CalMatters)
    • Reason Foundation is delirious because anti-HSR hack Vartabedian got published in the NY Times, thus "proving" they were right

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