NEPA’s Progeny Inhabit the States—Were the Genes Defective

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Part I of this Article is descriptive. First, it explains in rather great detail the story of CEQA. Second, it describes the principal statute or other document that brought NEPA-like provisions to the other states. Third, the article sets forth the cases, if any, that have construed such provisions. Part II of this Article is the editorial.

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Donald G. Hagman (University of California, Los Angeles)

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