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As recently reported in The Recorder (“Why CEQA May Finally Get Its Rewrite,” Nov. 2), developers are proposing major changes to the California Environmental Quality Act. These development interests claim CEQA creates too much uncertainty for the business community, and their solution is to effectively eliminate the public’s opportunity meaningfully to participate in land-use decisions. Both the premise and the proposed solutions are fundamentally misguided.
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