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    • Job numbers are growing in areas with warehouses, but they pay low wages (Fresnoland)
    • Active transportation can reduce emissions - if we support it (Planetizen)
    • Minnesota studied the economic impacts of complete streets (MN Transportation)
    • Mapping your neighborhood's climate impact (NY Times)
    • Oil industry says: We have enough signatures to put law requiring setbacks around oil wells to a vote (Daily Kos)
    • Gig worker law gets a day in court (LA Times, SF Chronicle)
    • Drama at Santa Cruz public transit agency (Lookout)
    • Portugal, to encourage cycling, reduces import tax on bikes (Cycling Industry News)

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