Almost Daily Briefing
The Friday Lite Edition
News Roundup for #LoveLafayette – Friday Lite Edition
HOUSING AND TRANSPORTATION
How far can California push the nation — and the world?…Story.
Fearing earthquake destruction, California considers requiring lists of buildings most likely to collapse… Story.
US judge strikes down California ban on handgun ads… Story.
California tells NRA to stop selling insurance policy… Story.
California Campaign Watchdog Investigates Gas Tax Campaign…Story.
California school board member apologizes for Hitler remark…Story.
SF Transit Center Park — open barely a month and path already falling apart…Story.
Apple bets on larger displays as it debuts new iPhones, Watch… Story.
THAT OTHER LAFAYETTE
PHOTO OF THE DAY
Don’t miss the Lafayette Art, Wine & Music Festival, happening this weekend, Saturday, September 15 & Sunday, September 16, in downtown Lafayette. See our Top Story, above.
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