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    • County's COVID Transmission Rate Highest Since March/April 2020 (LAT)
    • AIDS Healthcare Foundation Readies Lawsuit Against City's Housing Plan (LAT)
    • Millenials Driving Demand for Single-Family Rentals (Daily News)
    • Legal Win Clears Way for Development Along Expo Line (SMDP)
    • Long Beach Bill Would Make It Easier to Build ADU's (LB Post)
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    • Manchin Willing to Reopen Negotiations on Build Back Better (Axios)
    • Metro Unveils Angels Flight TAP Card (The Source)

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