Three former California governors: It’s time for CEQA reform

If you want to start a good political debate in California, mention CEQA.
 
It’s an acronym for the California Environmental Quality Act. The 40-year old law has a noble purpose: mandate the public disclosure of potential environmental impacts from proposed projects.
 
It’s hard to argue with that simple logic. But give a law 40 years to marinate in the brine of the California Legislature and it emerges an overly-amended, overly-complex and frequently abused shadow of its former self.
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