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Barrett's Only Property Rights Ruling: Careful, Narrow, Deferential

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Fifth Amendment , Supreme Court
 

Lafayette Approves Full-Size Version of Infamous Apartment Development

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CEQA, Housing, Lafayette, YIMBY
 

CP&DR News Briefs September 22, 2020: San Jose Linkage Fee; ADU Permitting; SCAG Regional Plan; and More

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CEQA Challenge to Granite Bay Storage Facility Is Moot

(in: Legal Digest)
CEQA, Conditional Use Permit, Granite Bay, Mootness, Placer County
 

Close Call For SB 1120 May Mean More Focus On Duplexes

(in: Insight)
ADUs, Duplexes, Housing, SB 1120 , SB 50
 

CP&DR News Briefs September 15, 2020: Anaheim Stadium Redevelopment; Los Altos Goes Forward With Project; SGC Annual Report; SANDAG Controversy, and More

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Brentwood Again Loses Redevelopment Case

(in: Legal Digest)
Brentwood, Redevelopment
 

Join CP&DR's Special Event At California APA

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APA, Special Event
 

Q&A: Anna Nelson on Abolishing Single-Unit Zoning

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APA, Housing, YIMBY
 

Podcast: The Fight Against Single-Family Zoning

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