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Marine Forests Soc'y v. California Coastal Comm'n

Citation: 35 ELR 20132
No. No. S113466, (Cal., 06/23/2005)

The court held that California Coastal Act provisions governing the appointment and tenure of members of the California Coastal Commission do not violate the separation-of-powers clause of the California Constitution. The California Constitution, unlike the U.S....

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