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Today’s Headlines

8:26 AM PDT on October 21, 2022

    • USEPA: California's greenhouse gas emissions are rising (SF Chronicle)
    • Fire season undid years of work to reduce GHGs (LA Times)
    • Gas stoves are poisoning everyone (ACS)
    • Private jets are not just a minor annoyance in Van Nuys (LA Times)
    • The candidates for whom the oil industry is buying ads (Capital & Main)
    • Kern County's political battles are high stakes for the whole state (CalMatters)
    • Expanding public transit is the best way to respond to gas prices, climate emergency (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • San Rafael considers transit hub relocation plan (Mass Transit)
    • LA County, Metro want to remove homeless people from transit - like that will solve homelessness (Mass Transit)
    • Bakersfield's GET to hold hearing on fare restructuring (raising) (Turnto23)
    • Redlands approves Transit Villages Specific Plan (Redlands Community News)
    • Bay Area evictions are rising (Mercury News)
    • LA Times series on overcrowded housing in LA is devastating (LA Times)
    • Federal COVID healthcare coverage is ending, and costs will shift to consumers (Mercury News)

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