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Californians demand climate action from legislature; More on fight over right-to-repair for e-bikes; Cars are the root of transportation problems; More

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  • Californians demand climate action from legislators (Capitol Weekly)
  • More on the fight over right-to-repair for e-bikes (Canary Media)
  • Transportation problems all lead back to cars (Next City)
  • Do Americans really prefer sprawl? (Planetizen)
  • Judge in Montana climate trial sides with youth plaintiffs against state (AP)
  • Video: High school students tour high-speed rail construction sites (CAHSRA)
  • Millions of trees in California are dying (LA Times)
  • Can SF build the 82K new units it needs? (SF Chronicle)
  • Santa Monica's Big Blue Bus launches service changes (Santa Monica Next)
  • In Fresno, FAX expands service to local high schools (Fresnoland)

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