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“Where things stand on CEQA: Steinberg still pushing for reform”

January 17, 2013 By Justin Ewers Five months after State Sen. Michael Rubio’s eleventh-hour bid last summer to reform the state’s 40-year-old California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), one question still hangs over the state’s landmark environmental law. “Everybody wants to know – what the heck’s going on with CEQA?” Darrell Steinberg, the Senate President pro … Continue reading


“Dan Wu and Shiloh Ballard: Why state’s CEQA laws needs update”

August 25, 2012 “For nearly 40 years, the California Environmental Quality Act has served as an important law to ensure that any proposed project receives adequate environmental review, community input and that any potential impacts on the environment are adequately evaluated and mitigated. However, CEQA now is being abused by project opponents to file lawsuits … Continue reading