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Wednesday’s Headlines

Transit safety approaches differ; Exxon sues shareholders to shut them up about climate; Details emerging about Newsom's budget proposal; More

  • LA Times helpfully lists recent stabbings, fights on and near L.A. Metro system
  • BART crisis intervention program takes a proactive approach to safety (KQED)
  • Time to finish what we started with BART extension to San Jose (Mercury News)
  • AC Transit releases a reworked draft service plan (Alameda Post)
  • CA offering gift cards for drivers to help test its gas tax alternative (LA Times, Yahoo)
  • Exxon sues its own shareholders to keep them quiet about climate (LA Times)
  • Arizona - and fifteen other states - are trying to block CA clean truck rules (AZPM)
  • Details about Newsom budget proposal emerging: money for corporate climate laws, delays to other climate programs (E&E News)

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