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Climate bond will be on November ballot; Supreme Court's Chevron ruling upends climate regulations; More

Chevron El Segundo Refinery. Image by Pedro Szekely

  • Climate bond will be on November ballot (CalMatters)
  • Supreme Court's Chevron decision undermines climate regulations throughout the nation (Mercury News, Grist)
  • Climate data hub goes unfunded (LA Times)
  • CA HSR environmentally cleared from Palmdale to Burbank (SF to LA) (LA Times, SF Chronicle)
  • What doom spiral? LA Metro ridership is increasing (LA Times)
  • America's biggest death cult (Darrell Owens)
  • Ranking the safest cities to walk in (Forbes)
  • No jail time for police officer who was speeding, texting at time of fatal crash (Fresno Bee)
  • Uber is paying (some) people to ditch their cars (The Verge, LA Times)
  • Northern California heat wave may bring power shutoffs (SF Chronicle)
  • Costco is thinking about building affordable housing (SF Gate)

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