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Monday’s Headlines

Oil industry ad campaign on gas prices is deceptive, cynical, insulting; Subsidies for methane reductions in dairy industry are doing more harm than good; Why do traffic laws prioritize speed over safety? More

  • Why do traffic laws prioritize speed over safety? (Route Fifty)
  • SF considering expansion of "no right turn on red" rule (ABC7)
  • Santa Monica "Safe Streets" project wins League of California Cities recognition (Santa Monica Next)
  • Alameda County gets grant to plan greenway from Oakland to Hayward (Mercury News)
  • Oil industry launches an ad campaign "explaining" gas prices: don't buy it (LA Times)
  • Subsidies for methane reduction are skewing California's dairy industry, and backfiring (CalMatters)
  • Data center and factory demand for electricity is growing, threatening climate goals (NY Times)

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