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Governing: Tree Population Falling in Cities Trees have a tough life in cities. They face heavy stress from storms, insects, air pollution, road salt, low-quality soil and even reckless drivers. Yet the benefits of a healthy tree population are vast, from the numerous environmental qualities to the aesthetic value that comes with a green canopy in a city park or …

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Terrorist paranoia in Atlanta, new bus stop signs in Seattle, and more in today’s News & Notes.

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Raquel Nelson’s sentence does not include jail time, first of 100-miles of protected bike lanes in Chicago, transportation as a human right, and more in today’s News & Notes.

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Elimination of parking enforcement leads to chaos in Welsh town (where’s Torchwood?), mind-bending vehicular homicide case in Georgia, the Clockwork City, and more in today’s News & Notes.