What does the California Environmental Quality Act do that federal law doesn’t?



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    The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) was signed by Gov. Reagan in 1970, one year after the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) was signed into federal law. The two acts have the same purpose, which is to assess how government agencies affect the environment and to determine if their practices can be altered if they are having a negative impact. In essence, CEQA is a tailored-to-California supplement to NEPA.

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