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An important report. Spoiler: generally local discretionary land use decisions is a more significant factor in slow… https://t.co/wB5I8qEjok
23rd February, 2018
There’s something oddly satisfying about a quiet cold morning on campus sipping coffee and reviewing section slides… https://t.co/Jzaq7mmQSz
23rd February, 2018
Abuse of the California Environmental Quality Act #CEQA Works! That's why unions oppose CEQA reform. They promise l… https://t.co/k0L9QsSGrl
22nd February, 2018
Idea for City of San Diego to enact Project Labor Agreement mandate on housing so unions won’t block it with #CEQA.… https://t.co/uNIKhj1kfM
22nd February, 2018
Welcome our newest litigator, Senior Counsel Rebecca L. Reed. https://t.co/0FauejAC3S She represents clients in rea… https://t.co/JC8eVCA7go
22nd February, 2018
Blame California's cities and counties for housing delays, not state environmental law, new study says… https://t.co/po63RZPSa8
22nd February, 2018
#CEQA has a range of benefits for all Californians. It sets up an orderly track that project proponents and residen… https://t.co/uUcJlgLFGX
22nd February, 2018
TOMORROW! Our very own Suzanne Varco will be moderating & presenting at the AEP 2018 Advanced #CEQA workshop at Mar… https://t.co/o711I1foKk
22nd February, 2018
New study: blame #CA cities and counties for housing delays, not #CEQA https://t.co/CgRfcCkL08
21st February, 2018
Blame California's cities and counties for housing delays, not state environmental law, new study says… https://t.co/4TPb5cfZko
21st February, 2018