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Yes, We Have No Carbon Tax

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About 12 hours after President Obama won re-election, Bloomberg News ran this tantalizing headline: “Obama May Levy Carbon Tax to Cut U.S. Deficit, HSBC Says.” The article suggested that a $20-per-ton tax on carbon emissions, rising gradually over time, could help reduce the deficit by half within a decade. Within the same story was the […]

Today’s Headlines

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It’s Election Day! Go Vote! Many of You Already Have (SF Gate, Fog City Journal, Merc) High-Speed Rail Projects in Many States on the Line in Today’s Election (Infrastructurist) Giants Fans Flood Streets to Celebrate First-Ever World Championship (SF Gate, Merc) Muni Service Halted, Streets Closed, Some Filled with Broken Glass, Bottles (SF Examiner) Six […]

Today’s Headlines

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Muni Bus Vandal Pleads Not Guilty (SFGate, SFExam, SFWeekly, ABC, MarinIJ) Balboa Park BART, Muni Station Short-Term Improvements On the Way (SFExam) Muni’s 76-Marin Headlands Line Slated for Improvements (SFExam) Muni Riders Have No Recourse After Clipper Reader Tags Wrong Time (MuniDiaries) Bay Bikers Blog Suggests Cycling to the Polls for Election Day Overhead Wire to Round Up the Local and National Transpo-Related Election […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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This week, make your voice heard at the polls and help imagine one of the city’s bikeways of the not-so-distant future. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: SPUR holds its annual Silver SPUR Awards Luncheon to recognize individuals who have made some significant contributions to a more livable San Francisco. 11 am. Tuesday: […]