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New California legislation would make it easier to build projects that meet climate goals. But environmentalists don't like it

A Bay Area lawmaker wants to knock down what he believes is a key barrier to California meeting its ambitious climate change goals: one of the state’s most prominent environmental laws. Assemblyman Tim Grayson (D-Concord) has introduced legislation that aims to make it harder for lawsuits filed...
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