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Los Angeles Times, Blowback 9-22-17 California is world-renowned for its protection of natural resources, and its environmental laws are America’s strongest — far more stringent than their federal equivalents. In fact, the rigor of California’s environmental process has caused many high-profile projects to seek legislative exemptions from...

US Department of the Interior Publishes New Opinion on the Scope of Railroad Rights-of-Way issued under 1875 Act September 5, 2017 (9-5-17) On September 1, 2017, the Acting Solicitor and Principal Deputy Solicitor for the United States Department of Interior (“Interior”) issued Memorandum Opinion M-37048 related to...

http://www.sacbee.com/opinion/op-ed/soapbox/article154700299.html Sen. Feinstein should study the facts before rejecting Cadiz’s desert water project BY WINSTON H. HICKOX Special to The Bee, Soapbox While I was California Environmental Protection Agency secretary, Sen. Dianne Feinstein and I often worked collaboratively on important statewide water issues. That is why I found her...

LA Business Journal, 5-2-17 By Howard Fine With the Trump administration soon likely to approve its long-sought desert water storage and transmission project, Cadiz Inc. announced Tuesday it has arranged up to $255 million in construction financing from giant private equity firm Apollo Global Management. Cadiz signed agreements with...