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How an Environmental Law Is Harming the Environment 

Parker Place, proposed for downtown Berkeley, is tied up in the courts even though it would be one of the greenest housing developments in city history.

Image credit: Randy Pench/Sacramento Bee/MCT via Getty Images


Uploaded: Mar 13, 2013 | Post / Read Comments (12)

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