A Lesson in California Politics:
Leigha Beckman
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sure there are some disingenuous CEQA attacks but the the best response to this argument came from Richard Drury, a noted CEQA attorney, during a talk at UC Davis…the most common form of CEQA abuse is by the public agencies that try to simply follow a “check the boxes” process with a “catch me if you can” attitude in the service of project proponents. lets never forget that the only remedy to a bad CEQA document is a good one. perhaps project proponents might try to start off with better reports in the first place.

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