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    • Costa Mesa moves to align with state law banning bike registration requirements, which is selectively enforced (LA Times)
    • Can LA take back its streets so kids can bike safely? (LA Times)
    • Are drivers suddenly OK with endangering lives? (LA Times)
    • The woes of public transit in California (Sacramento Bee)
    • Editorial boards demand cuts, transparency from BART (do they demand the same of highways?) (Mercury News)
    • "15-minute city" somehow became an international conspiracy... to make communities better?? (CNN)
    • To fight climate change, make it easier to walk (Environment America)
    • How people are trading -and making money on - pollution (Carbon Credits)

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