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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Jim Wunderman
"This is a victory for sensible transportation solutions, for easing traffic and reducing carbon emissions and for growing our economy," said Jim Wunderman, Bay Area Council president in a statement released Wednesday. "Commuter shuttles provide an important transportation option for thousands of San Francisco workers, taking cars off of already congested roads and highways and avoiding harmful carbon emissions."
"California shouldn't be the only state in the union not to have a presence with key foreign trading partners like China," said Jim Wunderman, president of the group.