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Uber, Lyft argue new regulations will stifle business models

Innovation is at the heart of the so-called sharing economy, and now Uber and Lyft are fighting state regulations they say will stifle the tech revolution.

San Francisco Examiner

State Approves $47 Million in Affordable Housing Grants for 11 Bay Area Projects

OAKLAND, Calif., July 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Local transportation and planning officials are applauding yesterday's action by California's Strategic Growth Council to award over $47 million in state Cap-and-Trade funds to 11 affordable, transit-oriented housing and mixed-use projects in the San Francisco Bay Area.

PR Newswire

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What We Heard: Your Comments From the Spring Open Houses

June 29, 2015

"What concerns you about the future of your community?" this board asks. (Photo by Karl Nielsen)

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