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    • LA Remains Deadly Place to Bike (Business Insider)
    • LAPD Offers $25k for Information on Hit and Run Motorcyclist in Boyle Heights (FOXLA)
    • More on EPA Waiver to CA on Rule Requiring Electric Trucks by 2035 (Environmental Defense Fund)
    • CA Also Racing to Upgrade Electric Grid to Meet Climate Goals (LAT)
    • Ray LaHood: Feds need to go big, and fund CA high-speed rail (CalMatters)
    • Commentary: Feds Need to Step up and Fund HSR (GVWire)
    • SFMTA Approves Center-Running Bike Lane Over Howls of Protest (SBSF)
    • Who Is Winning the Feud Between Newsom and Big Oil (Daily News)
    • SBUSA Compares Metro's "Tactics" to Ward Off People Experiencing Homelessness to Government Sanctioned Torture

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