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Today, throughout California staff are working on stories and podcasts to cover and explain issues both locally and statewide. In Los Angeles, Joe is doing a deep-dive on a new report on car parking and Sahra is examining the unintended consequences of a proposed crime fighting measure. In San Francisco, we’re super-dooper close to announcing a new editor. Melanie is working on a story about how restrictions on state transit funds limit their usefulness. I just got my first #DamienTalks up for December.

In Santa Monica, Jason is programming Streetfilms and Chill for this Friday. In Long Beach, Brian is exploring the Terminal Island Freeway Removal Project.

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