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8:37 AM PST on December 12, 2022

    • CTC awards $1B for active transportation, including:
    • Once again, for those in the back: There is nothing clean, safe, or responsible about nuclear energy (ProPublica)
    • San Diego's bus ridership rising, but operators still struggling (San Diego Union Tribune)
    • The US subsidizes sprawl but won't pay for care (Metropolis)
    • Ignoring opposition, Moreno Valley City Council okays (another) warehouse (Press Enterprise)
    • Here's some infrastructure: investigating sewers (Bloomberg)
    • Takeaways from federal investigation of oil companies (E&E Daily)

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