It’s time to modernize CEQA to preserve the intent of the law – environmental protection and public participation – while limiting abuses of CEQA that have stopped responsible community improvements that benefit the economy and environment.
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- September 8th, 2015 In Case You Missed It: LA Times Columnist George Skelton says CEQA reform is needed: “stop using environmental laws to kill jobs”, 9/8/15 Yesterday, Los Angeles Times political columnist George Skelton called out blatant abuse of the California... more »
- September 4th, 2015 San Diego Union Tribune, Column, Steven Greenhut, “Climate bill may chill new infrastructure”, 9/4/15 Business and labor fear new greenhouse-gas targets put them in crosshairs SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown... more »
- August 4th, 2015 New Comprehensive Analysis of 600 CEQA Lawsuits Shows Law Is Most Often Used Against Transit, Renewable Energy and Housing Projects First-ever analysis of 3 years of CEQA lawsuits demonstrates law frequently abused to stop projects... more »