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The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have set an audacious goal: reducing their greenhouse gas emissions to zero.
West Sacramento, Calif.'s Christopher Cabaldon has revived his town and become a player on the national stage.
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A growing number of states and cities are letting residents identify as neither male nor female, setting up a cascade of tough policy questions.