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CEQA Bill is Law – Let’s Get to Work

by Autumn Bernstein, ClimatePlan Director October 1, 2013 On Friday the Governor signed SB 743, a CEQA bill that blends home court politics (go Kings!) with game-changing reforms for the rest of California.  While some observers – including me – were exasperated with the process, the final product is an important step forward for sustainable […]

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Update: CEQA bill goes to Governor’s Desk, Kings fans declared the most powerful lobby in Sacramento

By Autumn Bernstein Friday, September 13, 2013 Senator Steinberg’s homage to basketball and infill development, SB 743, concluded its meteoric journey though the halls of California’s Capitol last night. It now goes to the Governor’s desk, where all signs point to a signature. As Streetsblog noted this morning, SB 743 does include several key provisions […]

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Like bike lanes and transit? Hope you like the Sacramento Kings too.

By Autumn Bernstein September 12, 2013 What do the hoop dreams of a software mogul have to do with CEQA reform?  As of last night, everything.  In the waning days of session, strange things happen in Sacramento. Late last night, Senate President pro Tem Steinberg announced that he cut a deal with Governor Brown to […]

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