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CA Supreme Court rules Monterey County cannot enforce local ban on new oil and gas wells; Jet stream is weakening; Las Vegas high-speed rail clears a hurdle; More

8:44 AM PDT on August 4, 2023

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  • CA Supreme Court rules that Monterey County cannot enforce its local ban on new oil and gas wells (AP)
  • The jet stream is weakening; here's what that could do to California (SF Chronicle)
  • The Endangered Species Act is under threat (AP)
  • The original "Climate Barbie" (Heated)
  • LA's long history with oil, and scoundrels (LA Times)
  • Las Vegas high-speed rail clears a regulatory hurdle (ENR California)
  • There's "a little ribbon of biking joy" along the LA River (LA Times)
  • Solano public transit to cut service, including line to Sacramento (Times-Herald)
  • Rep. Robert Garcia wants to boost transit, fix parking rules at federal level (Business Insider)
  • Warehouses are target of San Berdoo show called "Our Common Foe" (Daily Bulletin)

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