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Today’s Headlines

8:46 AM PDT on May 12, 2023

    • When climate misinformation is codified into law (Heated)
    • Street safety advocates in San Francisco are taking DIY to a whole new level (The Frisc)
    • Conservation group sues CA regulator for approving new oil wells without adequate review (The Hill)
    • Plans for hydrogen-powered Valley Link rail to be presented to the public (Independent News)
    • Environmental issues at play in Sacramento (NRDC)
    • If California's air quality regulations are so strict, why is the air quality so bad? (LA Times)
    • LA to reevaluate the use of "peak hour" travel lanes, where parking is allowed except at certain times (Patch)

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