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Ballot Measure Roundup: A Quiet Election Day in California

There were more measures on local ballots in Los Angeles County than there were in the rest of the state combined.

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L.A. Voters Reject Slow-Growth Measure

Voters in the City of Los Angeles resoundingly rejected a ballot measure that would have radically reshaped the city’s approach to planning and influenced the city’s urban fabric for generations.

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Napa County Properly Kept Oak Woodlands Initiative Off Ballot, Court Rules

Measure would have turned voluntary practices into mandatory requirements.

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Coalitions Square Off Over Los Angeles Anti-Growth Measure

Will anti-growth forces upend the Los Angeles growth status quo with Measure S?

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Delisting Process Can Be Used To Challenge Original Species Listing

Delisting petition under California endangered species law not limited to after-listing changes, Supreme Court rules.

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Insight: Trump EPA Likely To Repeal WOTUS Rule

End of signature Obama policy could put more pressure on California state environmental laws.

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Post-Prop. 64, California Cities Consider How to Go Green

Proposition 64 affirms that localities have significant discretion to decide whether and how to allow cannabis-related business activities, including cultivation, processing, and retail sales.

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Manhattan Beach Adopts Low-Profile Downtown Plan

Manhattan Beach wants to be the opposite of its namesake.

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San Diego Community Plans at Odds with General Plan, Climate Plan

City's CAP has received national praise. But community plans aren't following suit with more density.

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Insight: Creeping Incrementalism in Housing Policy?

There's momentum in Sacramento, but not for comprehensive reform.

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Budget Draft Includes Policy Principles, but Little Money, for Housing

Brown proposes major moves to increase housing production -- without more state money.

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Brown Act Defect Invalidates Walmart Initiative

Apple Valley accepted gift to pay for election without agendizing item.

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Dispute over Gas Station Erupts into Legal Battle in Sacramento

Affluent Curtis Park residents thought they were getting a mixed-use infill project.

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New General Plan Trumps Old Specific Plan, Cal Supremes Rule

City of Orange never incorporated old land use designation into new general plan -- and referendum killing housing project stands.

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California APA Chapter Launches Pro Bono Assistance

The California Chapter of the American Planning Association recently launched a program to help needy communities.

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General Plan Policy Not Sufficient For Insignificance

Meeting established thresholds under CEQA still not enough to satisfy appellate court.

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