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Today’s Headlines

8:20 AM PDT on October 26, 2022

    • Oil companies are spending big on the CA election (SF Chronicle)
    • What would a tax on oil and gas "windfall profits" do, exactly? (CalMatters)
    • Oil company Valero's profits are soaring while gas prices rise (Office of Governor Gavin Newsom)
    • Our emotional dependence on gas prices is a toxic relationship (NY Times)
    • SMART allots $14 million for a second Petaluma station (Mass Transit)
    • Railroad unions: Rail infrastructure should be publicly owned, here's why (Freight Waves)
    • Bridge bike lane opponents - with the name Coalition for Transportation Justice - claim it "increases congestion" (the traffic is doing that all by itself) (Mercury News, East Bay Times)
    • Rebalancing bike-share for love and money (Bloomberg)
    • Denver's e-bike rebates are so popular they've had to pause the program (Rocky Mountain PBS)
    • San Francisco increases community ambassadors for public safety (SF Standard)
    • San Diego residents are falling into homelessness faster than they can be housed (Voice of San Diego)

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