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    • We were right not to trust oil companies' clean energy promises (LA Times)
    • Free public transit is also climate justice (LAist)
    • BART takes on homeless crisis (Mercury News)
    • Bill would require transit agencies to collect data on rider safety, harassment (Capital Public Radio)
    • Court blocks LA plan to chop down trees for sidewalk repair (Daily News)
    • A child's death prompts questions about e-bike safety (Washington Post)
    • Supporting local coffee shops, one bike ride at a time (Berkeleyside)
    • Angel Island to host California's first electric ferry (Cision)
    • Negotiations over "air rights" slow plans for housing at BART station (Berkeleyside)
    • Large solar facility in Kern extends onto air force base (Bakersfield.com)
    • Robotaxis practicing on CA public roads (Tech Crunch)
    • New bill would extend law that is helping bring more housing (Mercury News)
    • Universal basic income programs in California are helping more than 12,000 people (Cal Matters)

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