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Did Fresno make it illegal to be unhoused? COVID ticking up; Berkeley to install license plate readers; Federal bill to stop CA's gas engine ban; More

8:23 AM PDT on July 28, 2023

A man speaks into a mic while standing on the steps of city hall, people in the background hold a banner and cheer

Courtesy Teamsters Joint Council 7.

  • Did Fresno make houselessness a crime? (Fresnoland)
  • COVID numbers ticking up in CA (SF Chronicle)
  • Berkeley plans to install automated license plate readers around the city (Berkeleyside)
  • Tesla's autopilot safety, marketing under investigation by CA attorney general (CNBC)
  • AC Transit will convert at-large board positions to district seats (Berkeleyside)
  • BART board officially opposes bill to decriminalize fare evasion (SF Chronicle)
  • Federal bill would stop CA's planned ban of fossil fuel vehicles (Desert News)
  • Unions, tech companies spar over proposal to ban autonomous truck testing (MV Voice)

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