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LEGAL (continued)

Appellate Court Nixes San Diego County Greenhouse Gas Guidance Document, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#14
State Not on Hook for Local Water Service Improvement Costs, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#15
9th Circuit Upholds Liability of Smelter over Columbia River Contamination, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#16
U.S. Supreme Court Denies Review in Martins Beach Public Access Case, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#10
California High Court Hears Argument in Fresno County CEQA Case, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#8
Appellate Court Upholds CEQA Review Related to Target Superstore in Hollywood, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#9
Groundwater Linked to Rivers Falls Under Public Trust Doctrine, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#6
9th Circuit Tells Federal Government to Reconsider Protection for Montana Fish, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#7
Santa Barbara Jury Convicts Company Responsible for Refugio Beach Oil Spill, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#10
Appeals Court Holds That EIR Must Be Prepared Due to Aesthetic and Traffic Impacts of Project, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#8
First District Rejects Challenges to S.F.'s EIR for Housing Element, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#9
California High Court Upholds Referendum Power in Zoning Fight, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#10
Development Agreements Can't Be Approved by Initiative, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#11
Supreme Court Paves Way for Trial in Children's Climate Change Case, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#8
State Supreme Court Orders Three-Californias Proposition Off Ballot, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#9
CEQA Review Not Necessary for Groundwater Well Permits, Appellate Court Rules , Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#10
9th Circuit to EPA: Ban Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#8
State Appellate Court Upholds CEQA Exemption for Diablo Canyon Lease Extension, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#11
9th Circuit Dismisses Case Over Financing of Gas Projects Near Great Barrier Reef, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#12
State Appellate Court Dismisses Bid to Drain Hetch Hetchy Reservoir, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#13
State Appellate Court Rules Malibu Beach Restoration Project Exempt from CEQA, Volume 32, Issue 1 and 2 Date=7/ 1/2018 Story#9
District Judge Tosses Climate Change Public Nuisance Lawsuit, Volume 32, Issue 1 and 2 Date=7/ 1/2018 Story#10
Equally Divided Supreme Court Upholds 9th Circuit Indian Fishing Rights Ruling, Volume 32, Issue 1 and 2 Date=7/ 1/2018 Story#11
State Appellate Court Deals another Blow to Truck and Bus Regulation Foes, Volume 32, Issue 1 and 2 Date=7/ 1/2018 Story#8
9th Circuit Revives Walker River Water Rights Dispute, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#9
Appellate Court Sides with OEHHA in Challenge to Lead Safe Harbor Level, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#10
Appellate Court Upholds Environmental Review of Proposed Santa Rosa Youth Center, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#12
California High Court Upholds State Water Board Waste Discharge Fees, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#9
Federal Court Overturns Oakland Law Barring Coal Shipments, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#10
9th Circuit Upholds Clean Water Act Permit for Newhall Ranch Project, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#8
State Appellate Court Rejects CEQA Challenge to Rodeo Refinery Project, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#11
Company that Bought Land via Tax Sale Still Liable under CERCLA, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#9
Federal Appellate Court Sides with California on Fuel Economy Penalties, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#10
9th Circuit Keeps in Place Injunction Protecting Salmon on Columbia River, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#10
State Appellate Court Rejects CEQA Challenge to Infill Apartment Building, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#11
District Judge Rules EPA Blew Deadlines to Respond to Civil Rights Complaints, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#12
State Appellate Court Approves Prop. 65 Glyphosate Listing, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#8
Oyster Hatchery Must Get Clean Water Act Permit, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#7
Appellate Panel Upholds CEQA Exemption for Cell Phone Tower in San Diego Park, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#9
9th Circuit Sides with Government, Environmental Groups Over Sea Otter Program, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#7
Federal Judges Issue Dueling Rulings on Venue for Climate Change Nuisance Suits, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#8
Appellate Court Expands Legal Dispute over Ventura River Water Diversions, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#9
Appellate Court Rejects CEQA Challenge to City of Visalia General Plan Update, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#10
DC Circuit Nixes South Coast Air District Claim on Smog Standard, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#7
State Water Board Exceeded its Authority in Drought Curtailment Orders, Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#8
Superior Court Halts Department of Food and Agriculture Pest Spraying Program, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#9
Federal Judge Sides with Trump Administration in California Border Wall Dispute, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#10
California Clinches Preliminary Injunction Against Trump Methane Waste Rollback, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#11
State Appellate Court Upholds Central Coast Coho Salmon Protections, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#12
San Francisco Federal Judge Orders Energy Department to Finalize Efficiency Standards, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#8
Appellate Court Rejects Renewed Challenge to Newhall Ranch CEQA Review, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#9
Wastewater Indirectly Flowing into Pacific Ocean Falls under Clean Water Act, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#7
Appellate Court Nixes CEQA Challenge to San Diego Private School Project, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#10
CARB Delay in Truck and Bus Rule Violated CEQA, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#13
Case Seeking More Judicial Oversight of Energy Commission Can Proceed, Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#11
Attorney General Challenges Trump Administration Repeal of Fracking Rule, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#4
Experiment to Kill Barred Owls in Hopes of Helping Northern Spotted Owls Legal, Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#10
CEQA Review of Major Train Facility near Port of L.A. Flawed, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#12
Superior Court Rules Bay Area Water Agencies Vindictively Prosecuted Island Owners, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#14
State Must Pay to Implement New Stormwater Rules in San Diego, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#15
Court Dismisses Case Over Weakened Water Quality Standards During Drought, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#16
Appellate Court Rejects CEQA Challenge to West Hollywood Redevelopment, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#17
9th Circuit Upholds Obama Era Curbs on Uranium Mining Near Grand Canyon, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#12
Federal Fisheries Agency Swordfish Plan Failed to Follow Science, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#13
Ventura County's Classification of Hazardous Waste is Protected Speech, Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#14
Appellate Court Deals Setback to Proposed Crude-by-Rail Project in Kern County, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#15
California District Court Rules That EPA Wrongly Dismissed TSCA Section 21 Petition, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#16
9th Circuit Directs EPA to Update Child Lead Paint Dust Standards, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#14
Superior Court Nixes Portion of Monterey County Fracking and Oil Drilling Ban, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#13
9th Circuit Allows Navajo Nation Claim over Colorado River Water Rights to Proceed, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#11
Appellate Court Rejects Environmental Review of Upper Truckee River Project, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#12
9th Circuit Continues to Follow Justice Kennedy's Lead in Clean Water Act Cases, Volume 31, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2017 Story#7
California Supreme Court Smooths Path for Agencies Charging Groundwater Pumping Fees, Volume 31, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2017 Story#8
State Appellate Court Upholds Public Nuisance Claim against Lead Paint Companies, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#8
Appellate Court Rules Environmental Review of San Diego Transportation Plan Flawed, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#9
Judicial Council Complied with CEQA in Court Relocation Project, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#10
9th Circuit: Case over Utility's Handling of Toxic Wood Preservative Can Move Ahead, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#8
Appellate Court Says San Francisco Properly Exempted Housing Project from CEQA , Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#9
Delta Stewardship Council Issues Environmental Review of Proposed Delta Plan Changes, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#15
State Appellate Court Upholds State Water Board Streamflow Policy, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#7
Federal Court Rules Against Klamath River Farmers in Takings Case, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#9
Trump Administration Violated Law in Delay of Methane Waste Rule, Federal Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#10
Appellate Court Allows Dispute Over Shooting Range Cleanup Costs to Proceed, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#11
9th Circuit Rejects Bid to List Desert Bald Eagles under Endangered Species Act, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#7
Appellate Court Overturns Approval of Expanded Neonicotinoid Pesticide Use, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#8
9th Circuit Upholds Sulfur Dioxide Settlement Between EPA and Environmental Groups, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#6
State Appellate Court Rejects CEQA Challenge to Planned Community College Expansion, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#7
State Appellate Court Rejects Challenge to Planned Shopping Center Over Water Issues, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#8
9th Circuit Rules on Novel CERCLA Legal Questions, Volume 31, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2017 Story#9
9th Circuit Orders New Trial for City of Pomona in Perchlorate Contamination Suit, Volume 31, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2017 Story#7
District Court Rules Trump Administration Violated Law in Oil and Gas Royalty Rule Delay, Volume 31, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2017 Story#8
9th Circuit Rejects Fraud Claim Over $122 Million Moonlight Fire Settlement, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#13
Closing Beach Road Requires a Permit Under Coastal Act, State Appellate Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#14
District Court Denies Bid to Dismiss Case Over Offshore Fracking in California, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#12
Appellate Court Allows Orange County Water District to Pursue Contamination Claims, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#11
9th Circuit Tosses Case Over CEQA and the California High Speed Rail Project, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#10
California Supreme Court Rules CEQA Largely Applies to State-Owned Rail Lines, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#9
State Appellate Court Rejects Challenge to San Diego Fireworks Displays, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#10
State Appellate Court Orders CEQA Review of Bakersfield Oil-by-Rail Facility, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#11
State High Court Upholds San Diego Regional Transit Plan Environmental Review, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#6
California Supreme Court Sides with Coastal Commission in Seawall Fight, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#5
California Supreme Court Won't Review Court Ruling Favoring Cap-and-Trade, Volume 31, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2017 Story#11
Superior Court Tosses Challenge to State Climate Strategy, Volume 31, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2017 Story#12
District Court Allows Claims Against Low Carbon Fuel Standard to Advance, Volume 31, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2017 Story#10
Appellate Court Allows Case Over CEQA Reviews of Oil Drilling Permits to Resume, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#7
Appellate Court Largely Dismisses Orange County Groundwater Pollution Case, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#8
Appellate Court Revives CEQA Case Over Asphalt Facility in Mendocino County, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#9
Federal Mining Claim Does Not Supplant State Mining Law, State Appellate Court Rules, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#10
9th Circuit Revokes EPA Approval of Nanosilver Pesticide, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#11
EPA May Need to Look at Neonicotinoid Effects on Endangered Species, Court Rules, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#13
9th Circuit Grants EPA Request to Delay Dispute Over California Diesel Rule, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#10
State Appellate Court Orders More CEQA Review for Community College Project , Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#11
Superior Court Tosses Chromium-6 Drinking Water Standard, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#12
Delay to Listing of Whitebark Pine Did Not Violate Endangered Species Act, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#9
State Supreme Court Questions Power of CEQA to Affect a State-Owned Rail Project, Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#7
State High Court Weighs Move to Restrict Seawalls in the Age of Sea Level Rise, Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#8
California Supreme Court Hears Dispute Over Climate Change Analysis in CEQA Reviews, Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#9
9th Circuit Rejects Water Treatment Plants' Challenge to Clean Water Act Permit, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#10
Appellate court upholds environmental review of Santa Cruz County zoning changes , Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#11
Appellate court rules that vineyard conversion not subject to CEQA review, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#12
California Supreme Court overturns approval of Orange County coastal development, Volume 30, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2017 Story#5
State Appellate Court Upholds California's Cap-and-Trade Auctions, Volume 30, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2017 Story#6
State Appellate Court Orders More Environmental Review of Low Carbon Fuel Standard, Volume 30, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2017 Story#7
Court overturns decision denying Endangered Species Act protection to coastal marten, Volume 30, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2017 Story#8
9th Circuit holds that federal water rights for Indian reservations includes groundwater, Volume 30, Issue 20 Date=4/ 1/2017 Story#14
State has Broad Authority to Reconsider Endangered Species Listings, State High Court Rules, Volume 30, Issue 20 Date=4/ 1/2017 Story#15
Oil industry wins court order blocking state from closing hundreds of injection wells, Volume 30, Issue 20 Date=4/ 1/2017 Story#1
9th Circuit upholds federal government’s water releases to help Klamath River salmon, Volume 30, Issue 18 Date=3/ 1/2017 Story#10
District court orders water releases to protect Klamath River salmon, Volume 30, Issue 18 Date=3/ 1/2017 Story#11
Court ruling keeps alive claim that federal government, water users on Sacramento River harmed salmon, Volume 30, Issue 18 Date=3/ 1/2017 Story#12
9th Circuit: Case on pesticide risk to endangered species may move ahead, Volume 30, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2017 Story#10
Bay Area cities can go after Monsanto for PCB contamination, district court rules, Volume 30, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2017 Story#11
Environmental Groups Win First Round in Fight With EPA Over Delta Water Quality Standards, Volume 30, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2017 Story#12
Superior Court Upholds Los Angeles Water Board's Municipal Stormwater Program, Volume 30, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2017 Story#13
Appellate panel hears argument over fate of the state’s cap-and-trade auction scheme, Volume 30, Issue 16 Date=2/ 1/2017 Story#6
Kern County settles suit with California High Speed Rail Authority, Volume 30, Issue 16 Date=2/ 1/2017 Story#7
District judge tosses racketeering claims against state, oil industry over well permits, Volume 30, Issue 16 Date=2/ 1/2017 Story#8
Attorney General, Coastal Commission Sue Feds Over Offshore Fracking Review, Volume 30, Issues 14 & 15 Date=1/15/2017 Story#15
City of Clovis wins $22 million verdict against Shell Oil Co. over water contamination, Volume 30, Issues 14 & 15 Date=1/15/2017 Story#14
Superior Court Delivers Mixed Verdict in Case Over Limits on Seawall Construction, Volume 30, Issues 14 & 15 Date=1/15/2017 Story#13
City improperly revived long-lost general plan directive, California Supreme Court rules, Volume 30, Issues 14 & 15 Date=1/15/2017 Story#12
Environmentalists, L.A. County settle claims over past stormwater pollution violations, Volume 30, Issue 13 Date=12/15/2016 Story#10
State appellate court rejects CEQA challenge to proposed Warriors arena in San Francisco, Volume 30, Issue 13 Date=12/15/2016 Story#11

LEGISLATION

Newsom Signs CEQA Bill to Sidestep Injunction on UC Berkeley Enrollment, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#12
Introduction to 2022 Proposed Environmental Legislation, 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#1
2022 Air Quality Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#2
2022 CEQA Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#3
2022 Climate Change Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#4
2022 Coastal Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#5
2022 Endangered Species and Wildlife Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#6
2022 Energy Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#7
2022 Environmental Justice Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#8
2022 Forestry and Fire Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#9
2022 Hazardous Waste and Materials Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#10
2022 Land Use Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#11
2022 Pesticides Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#12
2022 Resources Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#13
2022 Safer Consumer Products Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#14
2022 Solid Waste and Recycling Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#15
2022 Transportation Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#16
2022 Water Quality Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#17
2022 Water Rights, Supply and Policy Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#18
2021 Air Quality Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#1
2021 CEQA Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#2
2021 Climate Change Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#3
2021 Coastal Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#4
2021 Contaminated Properties Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#5
2021 Endangered Species and Wildlife Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#6
2021 Energy Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#7
2021 Forestry and Fire Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#8
2021 Hazardous Waste and Materials Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#9
2021 Miscellaneous Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#11
2021 Pesticides Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#12
2021 Resources Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#13
2021 Safer Consumer Products Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#14
2021 Water Quality Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#17
2021 Water Rights, Supply and Policy Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#16
Introduction to 2021 Enacted Legislation for the 2021-2022 Legislative Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#18
2021 Land Use Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#10
2021 Solid Waste and Recycling Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#15
Superior Court Invalidates San Joaquin Valley Oil Refinery Monitoring Rule, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#9
CEQA Streamlining for Proposed Oakland A’s Ballpark Gets Go Ahead from Court, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#7
Governor Signs Bill Extending and Expanding CEQA Litigation Streamlining Program, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#9
Introduction to 2021 Proposed Environmental Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#1
2021 Air Quality Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#2
2021 CEQA Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#3
2021 Climate Change Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#4
2021 Coastal Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#5
2021 Contaminated Properties Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#6
2021 Endangered Species and Wildlife Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#7
2021 Energy Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#8
2021 Environmental Justice Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#9
2021 Forestry and Fire Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#10
2021 Hazardous Waste and Materials Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#11
2021 Land Use Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#12
2021 Miscellaneous Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#13
2021 Parks and Recreation Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#14
2021 Pesticides Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#15
2021 Resources Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#16
2021 Safer Consumer Products Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#17
2021 Solid Waste and Recycling Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#18
2021 Transportation Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#19
2021 Water Quality Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#20
2021 Water Rights, Supply and Policy Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#21
Federal Spending Bill Boosts Funding for California Water Projects, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#12
2020 Introduction to Bills Signed, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#1
2020 CEQA Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#2
2020 Climate Change Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#3
2020 Coastal Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#4
2020 Endangered Species and Wildlife Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#5
2020 Energy Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#6
2020 Forestry and Fire Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#7
2020 Hazardous Waste and Materials Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#8
2020 Land Use Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#9
2020 Miscellaneous Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#10
2020 Pesticides Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#11
2020 Solid Waste And Recycling Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#13
2020 Water Quality Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#14
2020 Safer Consumer Products Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#12
Newsom Pledges to Conserve 30 Percent of State's Land and Water by 2030, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#3
Sen. Wiener Introduces Bill to Exempt Transit Projects from CEQA, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#14
State Proposes Rules to Curb Whale, Turtle Entanglements from Crab Fishery, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#4
Faced with Recession, Newsom Drops Climate Spending in Revised Budget, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#6
Introduction to 2020 Proposed Environmental Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#1
2020 CEQA Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#3
2020 Air Quality Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#2
2020 Climate Change Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#4
2020 Coastal Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#5
2020 Energy Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#7
2020 Endangered Species and Wildlife Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#6
2020 Hazardous Waste and Materials Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#9
2020 Forestry and Fire Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#8
2020 Land Use Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#10
2020 Miscellaneous Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#11
2020 Solid Waste and Recycling Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#15
2020 Safer Consumer Products Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#14
2020 Resources Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#13
2020 Pesticides Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#12
2020 Water Quality Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#16
2020 Water Rights, Supply and Policy Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#17
The American Chemistry Council's "Accurate Labels Act" Bill Seeks to Preempt Prop. 65 and Other State Health Hazard Disclosure Laws, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#19
2019 Air Quality Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#2
2019 Introduction to Bills Signed, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#1
2019 CEQA Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#3
2019 Climate Change Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#4
2019 Coastal Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#5
2019 Endangered Species and Wildlife Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#6
2019 Energy Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#7
2019 Environmental Justice Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#8
2019 Forestry and Fire Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#9
2019 Hazardous Waste and Materials Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#10
2019 Land Use Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#11
2019 Miscellaneous Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#12
2019 Proposition 65 Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#13
2019 Resources Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#14
2019 Safer Consumer Products Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#15
2019 Solid Waste And Recycling Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#16
2019 Water Quality Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#17
2019 Water Rights, Policy And Supply Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#18
Newsom Vetoes Bill that Fought Against Trump Environmental Deregulation, Volume 33, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2019 Story#7
State Water Board Takes Next Step to Regulating PFOA and PFOS, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#12
Governor Signs Landmark Legislation on Utilities and Wildfires, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#12
AG Announces Settlements With Distributors Selling Tainted Jewelry And Support For Stronger Legislation, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#7
Bill Would Allow South Coast Air District to Pursue Local Sales Tax Measure, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#12
Green Chemistry Reform Bill Moves Ahead Despite Industry Opposition, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#13
Chamber Job Killer Designation Stalls AB 495 Banning Some Cosmetics, While SB 574 Moves Forward, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#14
DTSC Proposes Disposal Rules for Solar Panels, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#6
Newsom Releases Details of Drinking Water Funding Plan, Other Budget Trailer Bills, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#9
Bill Would Prohibit Numerous Chemicals in Cosmetics, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#13
Proposed Bill Aims to Tackle Ocean Acidification, Fish Health and Water Quality, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#14
Trump Signs Public Lands Bill that Expands Protections for California Desert, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#9
Introduction to 2019 Proposed Environmental Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#1
2019 Air Quality Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#2
2019 CEQA Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#3
2019 Climate Change Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#4
2019 Coastal Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#5
2019 Contaminated Properties Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#6
2019 Endangered Species and Wildlife Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#7
2019 Energy Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#8
2019 Forestry and Fire Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#9
2019 Hazardous Waste and Materials Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#10
2019 Land Use Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#11
2019 Miscellaneous Environmental Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#12
2019 Pesticides Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#13
2019 Proposition 65 Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#14
2019 Resources Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#15
2019 Safer Consumer Products Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#16
2019 Solid Waste and Recycling Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#17
2019 Water Quality Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#18
2019 Water Rights, Policy and Supply Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#19
2018 Introduction to Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#1
2018 Air Quality Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#2
2018 CEQA Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#3
2018 Coastal Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#4
2018 Climate Change Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#5
2018 Endangered Species and Wildlife Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#6
2018 Energy Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#7
2018 Fisheries Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#8
2018 Forestry and Fire Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#9
2018 Hazardous Waste and Materials Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#10
2018 Land Use Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#11
2018 Miscellaneous Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#12
2018 Pesticides Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#13
2018 Safer Consumer Products Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#14
2018 Solid Waste and Recycling Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#15
2018 Water Quality Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#16
2018 Water Rights, Policy and Supply Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#17
Brown Signs Bills to Get "Zero Carbon" Electricity by 2045, Block Offshore Drilling, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#11
Air Resources Board Sets Out Changes for Post-2020 Cap-and-Trade Market, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#2
CARB Issues List of First Communities for Targeted Anti-Pollution Push, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#1
Voters Say Yes to Water, Parks Bond, No to Cap-and-Trade Spending Measure, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#2
Governor Signs Bills Setting Long-Term Water Efficiency Standards, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#13
Voters to Weigh In On Environmental Initiative Measures in June Election, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#1
State Water Board Issues Framework for Regulating Recycled Water, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#15
2018 Hazardous Waste and Materials Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#9
Introduction to 2017 Proposed Environmental Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#1
2018 Water Quality Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#17
2018 Solid Waste and Recycling Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#16
2018 Safer Consumer Products Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#15
2018 Resources Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#14
2018 Proposition 65 Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#13
2018 Parks and Recreation Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#12
2018 Miscellaneous Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#11
2018 Forestry and Fire Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#8
2018 Land Use Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#10
2018 Air Quality Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#2
2018 Climate Change Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#4
2018 CEQA Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#3
2018 Endangered Species and Wildlife Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#6
2018 Energy Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#7
2018 Coastal Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#5
2018 Water Rights, Policy and Supply Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#18
Attorney General Forms New Environmental Justice Bureau, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#11
Brown Signs Bill to Put $4 Billion Bond on the June Ballot, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#9
Winners and Losers in This Year's Legislative Session, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#1
Doubts Expressed Regarding Impact of Latest Prop. 65 Legislation, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#10
Governor Signs Bill Strengthening Oil and Gas Well Drilling and Abandonment Rules, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#11
Brown Signs Bill Targeting Post-Consumer Carpet Recycling, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#13
Brown Signs Bill Making Changes SWB Enforcement Powers, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#14
Governor Signs Bills Addressing Over Pumping and Sustainability of Groundwater and Drinking Water Supplies, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#15
Brown Signs Bills to Set Stricter Air Pollution Standards, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#2
Governor Signs Bills to Help State-Wide Housing Crunch, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#3
Bills to Extend Cap-and-Trade and Cut Greenhouse Gases Signed by Governor, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#4
Governor Signs Bills Addressing Aliso Canyon Leak and Renewable Energy, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#6
Brown Signs a Bill That Exempts Spent Brine From Hazardous Waste Laws, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#7
Governor Brown Signs Cleaning Products Labeling Law, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#12
Governor Signs Bill to Protect Federal Land From Sell-Off From Trump Administration and Another to Continue to Protect Public Land From Off-Road Vehicles, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#8
Brown Signs Bill to Ease Permitting Requirements to Help Endangered Species, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#5
Regulators Issue Report on Improving Oil Refinery Air Monitoring in California, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#1
Bill Changing Rules on Prop. 65 Certificates of Merit Awaits Governor's Signature, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#9
New Law Gives Local Air Districts Power to Immediately Act on Pollution Violations, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#15
CARB Finalizes Changes to Current Cap-and-Trade Program, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#3
Governor Signs Bills Extending Cap-and-Trade, Tightening Air Pollution Controls, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#7
Lawmakers Vote to Extend Cap-and-Trade, Tighten Traditional Air Pollution Rules, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#7
Lawmakers Take Action on Several Environmental Bills, Delay Cap-and-Trade Deal, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#12
Bill Addressing Prop. 65 Certificates of Merit Moves Forward, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#15
Bill Introduced Would Make Major Changes to Future Cap-and-Trade Program, Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#10
California Attorney General Denounces Proposed Changes to Clean Air Act, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#1
Major Transportation Infrastructure Bill Limits Reach of Air Pollution Standards on Trucks, Volume 30, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2017 Story#9
Federal water bill may increase water exports from Sacramento San Joaquin River Delta, Volume 30, Issues 14 & 15 Date=1/15/2017 Story#16
Governor and Legislature reach deal on spending $900 million in cap-and-trade funds, Volume 30, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2016 Story#1
Legislature Passes Bill to Set Limits on Methane, Other Short-Lived Climate Pollutants, Volume 30, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2016 Story#2
Legislature Passes Major Climate Change Bills, Promising Deeper Emissions Cuts, Volume 30, Issue 5-6 Date=8/31/2016 Story#1
Governor’s plan to speed up affordable housing construction stalls in Legislature, Volume 30, Issue 5-6 Date=8/31/2016 Story#2
Chamber Targets Six Environmental Bills as Job Killers, Volume 29, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2016 Story#4
Bill Requiring Voter Approval of Tunnels Moves Forward, Volume 29, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2016 Story#3
Bill Would Extend Statute of Limitations for Suing Companies Who Deceived Public Over Climate Change, Volume 29, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2016 Story#4
Senator Wolk's Bill Would Place Limits on Wells Over Depleted Groundwater Basins, Volume 29, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2016 Story#5
2015-2016 Legislation Survey, Volume 29, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2016 Story#3
CLIMATE CHANGE--ALLOCATIONS FROM CAP-AND-TRADE AUCTION PROCEEDS, Volume 29, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2016 Story#6
CLIMATE CHANGE--OTHER ISSUES, Volume 29, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2016 Story#7
OIL AND GAS OPERATIONS, Volume 29, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2016 Story#17
Defeat of Cleaning Product Labeling Bill Shows Power of Business Democrats, Volume 29, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2016 Story#4
LAO Suggests Major Changes in ARB GHG Programs, Volume 29, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2016 Story#5
TSCA Reform Legislation Looks Likely in 2016, Volume 29, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2016 Story#3
FOREST PRACTICES, Volume 29, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2015 Story#11
Governor Signs SB 350 After Late Revisions Impacting Electrical Suppliers and Encouraging an Interstate Market, Volume 29, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2015 Story#1
Session Ends With Few Significant Bills Going to Governor, Volume 29, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2015 Story#1
Final Version of Climate Bills Deals Sharp Blow to Brown, Volume 29, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2015 Story#1
Bill Allowing Water Suppliers Extra Time to Comply With CR6 MCL Sails Through Legislature, Volume 29, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2015 Story#7
Bill Banning Plastic Microbeads Close to Passage, Volume 29, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2015 Story#8
Budget Provides for DTSC Review Panel and Other Changes to Help Beleaguered Department, Volume 29, Issue 2 & 3 Date=7/17/2015 Story#1
Budget Trailer Bill Includes Miscellaneous Drought Measures Including CEQA Exemptions, Volume 29, Issue 2 & 3 Date=7/17/2015 Story#2
Chamber Targets Five Environmental Bills as Job Killers, Volume 28, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2015 Story#4
2015-2016 Annual Survey of New Environmental Legislation, Volume 28, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2015 Story#4
FISH, GAME, AND WILDLIFE, Volume 28, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2015 Story#10
HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES AND WASTE, Volume 28, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2015 Story#14
Senate Democrats Legislation Package Would Enact Governor Brown's Goals, Volume 28, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2015 Story#2
More Diverse and Moderate Legislature Convenes, Volume 28, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2014 Story#4
Annual Survey of New Environmental Legislation, Volume 28, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2014 Story#3
AIR QUALITY, VEHICLES, AND FUELS, Volume 28, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2014 Story#4
GREEN BUILDINGS, Volume 28, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2014 Story#10
WATER RIGHTS, POLICY, AND SUPPLY, Volume 28, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2014 Story#18
Governor Signs Most Significant Environmental Legislation, Volume 28, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2014 Story#1
Chamber Drops Opposition to Native American Bill but Keeps it for Groundwater and DTSC Reform Bills, Volume 28, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2014 Story#10
Third Groundwater Bill Passed as Part of Package, Volume 28, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2014 Story#11
Plastic Bag Ban and Groundwater Bills Lead Big Year for Environmental Bills, Volume 28, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2014 Story#1
Legislature Returns for Last Weeks of Session, Volume 28, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2014 Story#1
One Prop. 65-Related Bill Moves Forward and One Fails, Volume 28, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2014 Story#7
New Push to Exempt Fuels from Cap-and-Trade Program, Volume 28, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2014 Story#7
Final Budget Allocates GHG Auction Revenue, Volume 28, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2014 Story#1
Other Budget Enactments, Volume 28, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2014 Story#2
Boosted By Interagency Report Two Bills Aimed at Inland Rail Spills of Crude Oil Move Forward, Volume 28, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2014 Story#6
Feinstein Water Bill Passes Senate Setting Up Possible Compromise With GOP Bill in House, Volume 27, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2014 Story#10
Three Priority Solid Waste Bills Move Ahead, Volume 27, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2014 Story#1
Bill Mandating Geothermal Purchases Faces Intense Opposition, Volume 27, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2014 Story#2
Steinberg Drops Carbon Tax and Replaces It With Strategy for Cap-and-Trade Revenues, Volume 27, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2014 Story#4
Sierra Club Announces Its Legislative Priorities, Volume 27, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2014 Story#5
Chamber Argues that Food Costs Will Increase If Two Labeling Bills Pass, Volume 27, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2014 Story#4
2014 Proposed Legislation, Volume 27, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2014 Story#7
AIR QUALITY AND VEHICLES, Volume 27, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2014 Story#8
FISH AND WILDLIFE, Volume 27, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2014 Story#12
MULTIMEDIA AND MISCELLANEOUS, Volume 27, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2014 Story#14
WATER BONDS, Volume 27, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2014 Story#21
Senate Leader's Bill Would Take Fuels Out of Cap-and-Trade and Tax Them Instead, Volume 27, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2014 Story#3
New Legislation Establishes a Moratorium on Fracking As Opponents Keep Up Pressure, Volume 27, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2014 Story#4
Brown and Legislative Leaders Agee on Drought Legislation, Volume 27, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2014 Story#5
Legislation Proposed to Require Recycling Of Solar Panels as DTSC Withdraws Its Effort, Volume 27, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2014 Story#6
CASA Still Opposed to Resurrected Bill Regulating Sewage Sludge in Kern County, Volume 27, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2014 Story#7
Legislative Deadlines and Committees, Volume 27, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2014 Story#8
Statewide Ban on Single Use Plastic Bans Likely to Pass After Compromise, Volume 27, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2014 Story#10
Assembly Appears Likely to Pass Legislation that Would Restrict SCAQMD Authority Over Coastal Fire P, Volume 27, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2014 Story#11
Introduction, Volume 27, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2013 Story#5
ENDANGERED SPECIES, FISH, AND WILDLIFE, Volume 27, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2013 Story#10
PROPOSITION 65, Volume 27, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2013 Story#16
VETOED BILLS, Volume 27, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2013 Story#22
Brown Signs Most of Environmental Bills That Make It Out of Legisltaure, Volume 27, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2013 Story#1
Brown Signs Fracking Bill But Promises Further Changes, Volume 27, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2013 Story#1
Session Produces More Failures Than Successes, Volume 27, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2013 Story#2
Steinberg Pulls CEQA Reform Bill But Transfers Some of Provisions to New Bill Accelerating Review of, Volume 27, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2013 Story#1
Fracking Bill Passes Despite Late Environmental Opposition, Volume 27, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2013 Story#2
Administration's Prop. 65 Legislative Effort Shelved for Year, Volume 27, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2013 Story#13
CEQA Reform Leads Issues Remaining During Last Month of Legislature, Volume 27, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2013 Story#4
Bill to Transfer Drinking Water Program to State Board Moves Forward Despite Water Agencies Oppositi, Volume 27, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2013 Story#6
Final Budget Deal Upholds Governor's Proposed Cap-and-Trade Loan and Authorizes Expenditure of Prop., Volume 27, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2013 Story#6
Pavley Amends Fracking Bill to Cover Acid Well Stimulation and Eliminate Moratorium, Volume 27, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2013 Story#7
Bill to Facilitate Basketball Arena on S.F. Bay Appears Poised for Adoption, Volume 27, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2013 Story#8
Proposal to Alter Hazardous Waste Fee System May Still Be Alive, Volume 27, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2013 Story#9
Two Bills Emerge as Possible Candidates for Regulation of Fracking, Volume 27, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2013 Story#1
California Opposition Complicates Bipartisan Effort to Pass TSCA-Reform, Volume 27, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2013 Story#3
Revised Bill to Offer Some Violators Option to Cure a Prop. 65 Violation Passes Assembly Unanimously, Volume 27, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2013 Story#2
Steinberg CEQA Bill Clears Senate on Unanimous Vote, Volume 26, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2013 Story#1
Chamber Targets Four CEQA Bills as Job Killers, Volume 26, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2013 Story#13
Bill Increasing Fines for Major Source Emitters Clears Initial Hurdles, Volume 26, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2013 Story#14
Steinberg Fleshes Out CEQA Reform Bill But Major Changes in Law Seem Unlikely, Volume 26, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2013 Story#2
Progress of Bill Allowing Correction of Prop. 65 Violations May Be Deceptive, Volume 26, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2013 Story#1
Annual Special Report II, Volume 26, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2013 Story#4
GREEN CHEMISTRY, Volume 26, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2013 Story#7
HYDRAULIC FRACTURING (FRACKING), Volume 26, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2013 Story#9
UNDERGROUND TANKS, Volume 26, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2013 Story#15
WATER POLICY, RIGHTS, AND SUPPLY, Volume 26, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2013 Story#16
Annual Survey of Proposed Legislation Begins Next Issue, Volume 26, Issue 19 Date=3/14/2013 Story#1
Senator Hill Appointed to Replace Rubio as Head of Key Committee, Volume 26, Issue 19 Date=3/14/2013 Story#2
Compromise Legislation Blocks ARB from Implementing Clean Fuels Outlet Regulation in Exchange for Ex, Volume 26, Issue 19 Date=3/14/2013 Story#3
Committee Members for Both Houses Named, Volume 26, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2013 Story#2
Governor Signs Two GHG Auction Proceed Allocation Bills But Vetoes Third, Volume 26, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2012 Story#3
Session Ends With Very Few Significant New Bills Going to Governor, Volume 26, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2012 Story#1
Brown Signs Bill Targeting Corn Derived Ethanol, Volume 26, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2012 Story#2
August 31 is Last Day to Pass Bills, Volume 26, Issue 5&6 Date=8/31/2012 Story#1
Last Minute Effort for Major Modification of CEQA Defeated, Volume 26, Issue 5&6 Date=8/31/2012 Story#2
Two Fracking Bills Die, Volume 26, Issue 5&6 Date=8/31/2012 Story#3
Regional Board Membership Reduced to Seven, Volume 26, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2012 Story#4
Budget Bill Deals With Cap-and-Trade, EPIC, and Other Issues, Volume 26, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2012 Story#5
Water Bond Measure Delayed Again, Volume 26, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2012 Story#6
Green Chemistry Fee and Fracking Mandate Dropped, Volume 26, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2012 Story#7
Legislation Covering GHG Offset Protocol Adoption Passes First Hurdle Unanimously, Volume 26, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2012 Story#15
Bill Would Impose Moratorium on Fracking Pending Regulations, Volume 26, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2012 Story#16
Both Environmental Groups and Business Not Totally Pleased With Legislative Year So Far, Volume 26, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2012 Story#4
Legislature Budget Committees Take Aim at Governor's Budget Proposals, Volume 26, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2012 Story#5
Brown Signs Legislation Allowing CEC to Assert Jurisdiction Over Photovoltaic Solar Project, Volume 25, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2012 Story#13
Legislation Would Establish Product Stewardship Program Applicable to Mattress Manufacturers, Volume 25, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2012 Story#4
Two Bills Allowing Hydro Facilities to Qualify for RPS Go Down to Defeat, Volume 25, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2012 Story#18
Chamber Targets Forestry and Polystyrene Bills in Job Killer List, Volume 25, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2012 Story#3
Delta Advocates Get Initial Approval of Two Bills Placing Scrutiny on Peripheral Canal, Volume 25, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2012 Story#5
Legislature Convenes for Election Year Session, Volume 25, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2012 Story#3
AIR QUALITY, Volume 25, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2011 Story#4
GREEN BUSINESS AND BUILDING, Volume 25, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2011 Story#8
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS, Volume 25, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2011 Story#9
HAZARDOUS WASTE, Volume 25, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2011 Story#10
RESOURCES, Volume 25, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2011 Story#14
WATER SUPPLY AND POLICY, Volume 25, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2011 Story#19
Governor Signs Most of Major Environmental Bills, Volume 25, Issue 9 Date=10/17/2011 Story#4
Governor Signs Two of Three Controversial CEQA Bills, Volume 25, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2011 Story#12
Environmental Groups Complain About Last Minute CEQA Changes, Volume 25, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2011 Story#11
Democrats and Business Leaders Tout Last Minute Bill Requiring Enhanced Economic Impact Analysis of, Volume 25, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2011 Story#12
Environmental Legislation Has Mixed Fate, Volume 25, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2011 Story#13
Major Bills Still Alive as Session Winds Down, Volume 25, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2011 Story#4
Simitian's CEQA Streamlining Bill Draws Yellow Light from Environmental Group, Volume 25, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2011 Story#5
Brown Signs Legislation Extending Suction Dredging Moratorium, Volume 25, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2011 Story#6
Top Bills at Mid-Term, Volume 25, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2011 Story#2
Public Benefits Fee to Pay for Water Projects Faces Strong Water Agency Opposition, Volume 24, Issue 23 Date=5/17/2011 Story#14
Brown Signs Legislation Implementing 33% Renewable Electricity Standard, Volume 24, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2011 Story#1
Schedules and Key Committee Assignments for Legislature, Volume 24, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2011 Story#7
OIL SPILLS, Volume 24, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2011 Story#17
PESTICIDES, Volume 24, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2011 Story#18
AIR QUALITY, TRANSPORTATION, AND FUELS, Volume 24, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2011 Story#8
COASTAL, Volume 24, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2011 Story#11
CONTAMINATED PROPERTIES, Volume 24, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2011 Story#12
ENDANGERED SPECIES AND WILDLIFE, Volume 24, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2011 Story#13
FORESTRY, Volume 24, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2011 Story#15
HAZARDOUS WASTE AND MATERIALS, Volume 24, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2011 Story#16
SOLID WASTE, Volume 24, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2011 Story#19
SURFACE MINING, Volume 24, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2011 Story#20
CLCV's Annual Review Shows Polarization of Parties on Environmental Issues, Volume 24, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2011 Story#15
Legislation Survey 2010, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#10
AGRICULTURE/PESTICIDES, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#11
AIR QUALITY, TRANSPORTATION AND FUELS, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#12
CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT (CEQA), Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#13
CLIMATE CHANGE, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#14
ENDANGERED SPECIES, WILDLIFE, AND PLANTS, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#15
ENERGY, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#16
GREEN BUILDING/BUILDING STANDARDS, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#17
GREEN JOBS, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#18
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS/HAZARDOUS WASTE, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#19
LAND USE, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#20
MISCELLANEOUS AND MULTIMEDIA, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#21
NATURAL RESOURCES, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#22
OIL AND GAS, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#23
SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#24
UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#25
WATER QUALITY, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#26
WATER POLICY AND SUPPLY, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#27
Governor Takes Action on Environmental Bills, Volume 24, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2010 Story#1
Legislature Fails to Pass High Profile Environmental Measures, Volume 24, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2010 Story#3
All But One of Sierra Club's Priority Bills Pass to Next House, Volume 24, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2010 Story#16
California Poised to Outlaw Single Use Plastic and Paper Bags at Retail Outlets, Volume 24, Issue1 Date=6/15/2010 Story#11
Chamber's Job Killer List Features Four Environmental Bills, Volume 24, Issue1 Date=6/15/2010 Story#12
Bill Would Require the State Water Board to Take Over Regulation of Kitchen Grease Disposal, Volume 24, Issue1 Date=6/15/2010 Story#13
Bill Would Establish Deadlines for Development of Water Reuse Standards, Volume 24, Issue1 Date=6/15/2010 Story#14
Legislation Restricting Trading of Cap-and-Trade Allowances Moves Forward, Volume 23, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2010 Story#11
Sierra Club Touts Bill Requiring Sub-metering of Newly Constructed Multi-Unit Buildings, Volume 23, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2010 Story#12
Governor's Effort at Limiting CEQA Challenges of Some Large Projects Failing So Far, Volume 23, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2010 Story#9
New Legislation Aimed at Facilitating Desert Solar Facilities Signed, Volume 23, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2010 Story#10
Schwarzenegger Signs Bill Doubling Cap on Net Metering, Volume 23, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2010 Story#11
Governor Signs Green Tech Manufacturing Equipment Sales Tax Exemption, Volume 23, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2010 Story#12
New Legislation Provides Temporary Fix for Bottle Bill Recycling, Volume 23, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2010 Story#13
Proposed Legislation 2010, Volume 23, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2010 Story#5
Proposed Legislation 2010 AIR POLLUTION, Volume 23, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2010 Story#6
Proposed Legislation 2010 CEQA, Volume 23, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2010 Story#7
Proposed Legislation 2010 CLIMATE CHANGE, Volume 23, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2010 Story#8
Proposed Legislation 2010 COASTAL, Volume 23, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2010 Story#9
Proposed Legislation 2010 THE DELTA, Volume 23, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2010 Story#10
Proposed Legislation 2010 ENDANGERED SPECIES AND WILDLIFE, Volume 23, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2010 Story#11
Proposed Legislation 2010 ENERGY, Volume 23, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2010 Story#12
Proposed Legislation 2010 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AND WASTE, Volume 23, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2010 Story#13
Proposed Legislation 2010 MULTI-MEDIA, Volume 23, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2010 Story#14
Proposed Legislation 2010 NATURAL RESOURCES, Volume 23, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2010 Story#15
Proposed Legislation 2010 PESTICIDES, Volume 23, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2010 Story#16
Proposed Legislation 2010 SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING, Volume 23, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2010 Story#17
Proposed Legislation 2010 SUSTAINABILITY, Volume 23, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2010 Story#18
Proposed Legislation 2010 UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS, Volume 23, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2010 Story#19
Proposed Legislation 2010 WATER, Volume 23, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2010 Story#20
ARB and BAR Sponsor Smog Check Reform Legislation After Releasing Critical Audit, Volume 23, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2010 Story#11
GOP's Jobs Package Would Block Cap and Trade and Ease Other Environmental Requirements, Volume 23, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2010 Story#11
Schwarzenegger's Proposed CEQA Exemption Introduced by Democratic Assemblyman, Volume 23, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2010 Story#12
State Coalition Wants to Preserve State Role in New TSCA Legislation, Volume 23, Issue 13 and 14 Date=12/18/2009 Story#17
Governor Signs Special Session Bill Exempting Stadium Site from CEQA, Volume 23, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2009 Story#1
2009 New Legislation, Volume 23, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2009 Story#5
Governor Signs Some Vetoes More Environmental Bills, Volume 23, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2009 Story#3
Legislation to End SCAQMD Permit Moratorium Passes, Volume 23, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2009 Story#1
Schwarzenegger Vows to Veto Renewable Energy Bills Despite Sharing Overall Goal, Volume 23, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2009 Story#2
Despite Budget and Disarray Some Key Bills Pass, Volume 23, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2009 Story#3
Numerous Bills of Interest Remain Alive, Volume 23, Issue 4 Date=7/30/2009 Story#2
SCAQMD Continues to Seek Legislative Fix for Permit Moratorium, Volume 23, Issue 4 Date=7/30/2009 Story#3
Bipartisan Suction Dredging Ban Before Governor, Volume 23, Issue 4 Date=7/30/2009 Story#4
Steinberg Bill Regulating Marketing of GHG Emission Offsets Moves Forward, Volume 23, Issue 1 Date=6/17/2009 Story#5
Bill to Suspend Regulation of Auto Shredder Waste Sails Through Legislature, Volume 23, Issue 1 Date=6/17/2009 Story#6
Bill Eliminating PVC Packaging Moves On to Senate, Volume 23, Issue 1 Date=6/17/2009 Story#7
Ambitious Wastewater Recycling Bill Moves Ahead, Volume 23, Issue 1 Date=6/17/2009 Story#8
Bill Would Add NF3 and Other Gases to AB 32, Volume 23, Issue 1 Date=6/17/2009 Story#9
Producer Responsibility Bill Stirs Wide Business Opposition, Volume 22, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2009 Story#2
Chamber Issues Annual List of Job Killer Bills, Volume 22, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2009 Story#3
Bill Upping Renewable Energy Target Clears Senate, Volume 22, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2009 Story#4
Governor Vows To Keep Working to Eliminate Waste Board Despite Legislative Defeats, Volume 22, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2009 Story#17
Fewer Bills Introduced This Year Targeting Specific Chemicals, Volume 22, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2009 Story#18
Simitian Introduces Three Bills from His There Oughta Be A Law Contest, Volume 22, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2009 Story#19
2009 Legislation Special Report, Volume 22, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2009 Story#13
D.A.s Sponsor Legislation to Enhance Penalties for Spills and Hazardous Materials Violations, Volume 22, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2009 Story#5
2008 NEW LEGISLATION, Volume 22, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2008 Story#10
Governor's Vetoes Disappoint Environmental Groups, Volume 22, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2008 Story#4
Numerous Environmental Bills Await Governor's Action, Volume 22, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2008 Story#1
Compromise Clears Way for Green Chemistry Bills, Volume 22, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2008 Story#1
Usual Foes Tout "Historic" Compromise in Land Use/Transportation Bill, Volume 22, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2008 Story#1
Governor Faces Competing Pleas Over Port-Container Bill, Volume 22, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2008 Story#2
Governor's Veto Suggests Trouble Ahead for Chemical and Product Content Bills, Volume 22, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2008 Story#2
Legislature's Last Month Will Feature Battle Over Budget, Volume 22, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2008 Story#1
Chamber Releases 2008 Legislative Hit List, Volume 21, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2008 Story#10
Possibility Of Green Chemistry Policy Does Not Stop New Chemical Bills, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#8
OEHHA Proposal Would Exempt Exposure to Some Vitamins from Prop. 65, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#18
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Levels for Two Listed Carcinogens, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#19
Proposal Seeks Balance in Solar v. Trees Controversy, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#22
Bill Would Give Public Access to Draft CEQA Documents and Prevent Reliance on Old Documents, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#23
Environmental Group Issues Annual Scorecard for Legislators, Volume 21, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2007 Story#5
Legislature Likely to Consider Responses to S.F. Bay Oil Spill, Volume 21, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2007 Story#6
Governor's Vetoes Follow No Pattern, Volume 21, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2007 Story#2
Governor Vetoes Green Building Package but Signs Most Bills, Volume 21, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2007 Story#1
Mixed Results for Environmental Bills in This Year's Session, Volume 21, Issue 7 Date=9/17/2007 Story#7
Business' Hit List, Volume 20, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2007 Story#11
Furor Over Proposed Dairies Near African-American Historical Site Draws Proposed Legislative Ban and, Volume 20, Issue 23 Date=5/17/2007 Story#14
Governor's Bond Measure for New Reservoirs Is Blocked for Now, Volume 20, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2007 Story#16
Proposed Legislation Would Extend E-Waste Ban, Volume 20, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2007 Story#15
Legislature Assigns Committees and Begins Work on Legislation, Volume 20, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2007 Story#14
Beneficiary Pays and Other LAO Recommendations for Legislation, Volume 20, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2007 Story#12
What Passed and What Didn't, Volume 20, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2006 Story#12
Schwarzenegger Signs Solar Bill, Volume 20, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2006 Story#8
Climate Change Bills Put Governor In Bind, Volume 20, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2006 Story#1
Governor Signs Fish Farming Bill, Volume 19, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2006 Story#19
Republican Bill Package Would Ease Environmental Requirements, Volume 19, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2006 Story#14
Governor's Large Number of Vetoes Include Biomonitoring and Groundwater Bills, Volume 19, Issue 9 Date=10/17/2005 Story#1
Most High Profile Environmental Bills Fail to Get to Governor, Volume 19, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2005 Story#1
Bills Requiring Chemical Monitoring and Disclosure Face Strong Opposition, Volume 19, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2005 Story#4
Bill Would Preempt Local Regulation of Biotech, Volume 19, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2005 Story#5
Governor Signs Bill Clarifying E-Waste Recycling Fee Status in Equipment Leasing Situation, Volume 19, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2005 Story#6
Major Water Bill Continues to Face Business Opposition, Volume 19, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2005 Story#7
Bill Setting Greenhouse Gas Target Differs from Governor's Order, Volume 19, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2005 Story#8
Bill Amended to Keep DPR Effort Alive to Limit Pesticide Data Protection, Volume 19, Issue 3 Date=7/18/2005 Story#1
Amended Bill Would Overturn State Water Board Decision Limiting Water Replacement Obligation, Volume 19, Issue 3 Date=7/18/2005 Story#2
Chamber Targets Several Environmental Bills as Job-Killers, Volume 18, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2005 Story#6
Bill Eliminating Bar for Both Civil and Criminal Prosecution in Air Cases Gets Mixed Reception, Volume 18, Issue 22 Date=4/28/2005 Story#1
Agriculture Suspicious of Attempt to Further Restrict Waivers, Volume 18, Issue 22 Date=4/28/2005 Story#2
Railroads Fight SCAQMD Bill on Locomotives, Volume 18, Issue 22 Date=4/28/2005 Story#3
Membership of Environmental Committees Set, Volume 18, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2005 Story#15
Governor Vetoes Large Number of Bills, Volume 18, Issue 10 Date=10/29/2004 Story#1
Governor Faces Tough Decisions on Green Legislation, Volume 18, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2004 Story#3
Governor Must Decide Whether to Sign Bill Limiting Port Operations, Volume 18, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2004 Story#1
Senator Sher Proposes New State Wetlands Regulatory Program, Volume 17, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2004 Story#13
Biomonitoring Bill Draws Intense Industry Concern, Volume 17, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2004 Story#14
Concerns Raised About Oak Woodlands Conversion Bill, Volume 17, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2004 Story#15
Legislation Leaves Pesticide Mill Assessment at 21 Mills, Volume 17, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2003 Story#6
Davis Signs Ag Exemption and New Source Legislation, Volume 17, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2003 Story#7
Davis Will Get Large Number of Strong Environmental Bills, Volume 17, Issue 7 Date=9/17/2003 Story#1
Landmark E-waste Legislation Sent to Governor, Volume 17, Issue 7 Date=9/17/2003 Story#2
Governor Gets Agricultural Air Bills, Volume 17, Issue 7 Date=9/17/2003 Story#3
Bill Authorizing Suits by Water Districts over Contamination Moves Ahead, Volume 17, Issue 1 Date=6/16/2003 Story#11
Sher Proposes to Tighten Requirements for Issuing Water Permit Waivers, Volume 17, Issue 1 Date=6/16/2003 Story#12
Proposal Would Significantly Increase Penalties for Some Dischargers, Volume 17, Issue 1 Date=6/16/2003 Story#13
Sher Introduces New E-Waste Bill, Volume 16, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2003 Story#1
Bill Would Advance Time at Which Water Supply Issues Must Be Considered, Volume 16, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2003 Story#2
San Joaquin Air Bills Move Ahead, Volume 16, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2003 Story#3
Radioactive Waste Redux, Volume 16, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2003 Story#4
Bill Seeking to Void Stormwater Controls Gutted After Public Outcry, Volume 16, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2003 Story#2
Sher Bill Would Allow California to Ignore EPA NSR Changes, Volume 16, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2003 Story#1
Governor Signs Bill Raising Air and Water Fees, Volume 16, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2003 Story#12
Newhall Case Leads to Bill to Ban Reliance on Private Consultants for EIRs, Volume 16, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2003 Story#13
Annual Summary of New Legislative Initiatives, Volume 16, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2003 Story#2
Legislature Sends Bill Raising Air and Water Fees to Governor, Volume 16, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2003 Story#1
Hearings Set on Hexavalent Chromium and Radioactive Waste, Volume 16, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2003 Story#3
Committees Set for 2003-2004 Session, Volume 16, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2003 Story#4
Environmental Programs Still to See Big Cuts, Volume 16, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2002 Story#14
LAO's Recommended Legislation Includes Increases in Wastewater Discharge Fees, Volume 16, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2002 Story#15
Bills Vetoed, Volume 16, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2002 Story#10
Final Results of This Year's Session, Volume 16, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2002 Story#9
Bills Signed by the Governor, Volume 16, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2002 Story#10
Bills on The Governor's Desk Awaiting His Decision, Volume 16, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2002 Story#11
Bills Failing Passage, Volume 16, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2002 Story#12
Lack of Budget Clouds Last Weeks of Session, Volume 16, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2002 Story#1
Proposed Legislation Would Require New Tanks to Be Vapor Tight, Volume 16, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2002 Story#2
Auto Emissions Bill Goes to Governor, Volume 16, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2002 Story#18
Business Groups Object to Proposed CalOSHA Revisions, Volume 16, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2002 Story#19
Boxer Proposes Addition of 2.5 Million Acres of Wilderness, Volume 16, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2002 Story#14
CRT Recycling Legislation Advances Amidst Growing Support, Volume 16, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2002 Story#15
Industry Helps Defeat Several Bills, Volume 16, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2002 Story#16
Bill Repealing Fully Protected Species Statutes Gets Flak from Both Sides, Volume 16, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2002 Story#17
Fee Increase For Wastewater Dischargers Advances, Volume 15, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2002 Story#12
Governor Signs Legislation on Underground Tanks and Insurance, Volume 15, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2002 Story#13
War of Words over Greenhouse Gas Legislation, Volume 15, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2002 Story#8
Governor Signs Bill Requiring Development of TMDL Guidelines, Volume 15, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2002 Story#9
Indoor Air Bill Alarms Business, Volume 15, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2002 Story#10
Committee Members and Legislative Schedules, Volume 15, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2002 Story#19
Major Legislation Ready for Governor to Act, Volume 15, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2001 Story#3
Two Bills Introduced to Implement CALFED, Volume 15, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2001 Story#12
Cal/EPA Legislative Agenda Does Well, Volume 15, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2001 Story#13
Paint Industry Effort at Statewide Coatings Rule Moves Forward, Volume 15, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2001 Story#14
Water Supply Bills Move Forward, Volume 14, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2001 Story#9
Sher Bill on Energy and Environment Goes to Governor, Volume 14, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2001 Story#10
Governor's Vetoes Emphasize Center, Volume 14, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2000 Story#1
Legislature Rejects Most Controversial Bills, Volume 14, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2000 Story#12
Governor Signs Omnibus Budget Bill, Volume 14, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2000 Story#12
Bill Would Create New Prop. 65 Process for Gasoline Discharges, Volume 13, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2000 Story#1
Bill Would Strengthen Local Agency Underground Tank Enforcement, Volume 13, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2000 Story#2
Additional Proposed Legislation, Volume 13, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2000 Story#13
CLCV Releases Annual Scorecard on Legislature, Volume 13, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2000 Story#1
Governor Vetoes Numerous Environmental Bills, Volume 13, Issue 10 Date=10/29/1999 Story#1
Park and Water Bonds, Bottle Bill Expansion, Children's Health, and Ballast Bills on Way to Governor, Volume 13, Issue 7 Date=9/16/1999 Story#1
Environmentalist Sponsored Bills Move Forward, Volume 12, Issue 23 Date=5/17/1999 Story#1
Committee Makeup Determined, Volume 12, Issue 16 Date=1/31/1999 Story#14
Demo Members Urge Davis to Dump Wilson's Coastal Members, Volume 12, Issue 16 Date=1/31/1999 Story#15
Governor Signs Bill to Save Beverage Recycling Program, Volume 12, Issue 16 Date=1/31/1999 Story#16
Committee Chairs Appointed, Volume 12, Issue 13 Date=12/23/1998 Story#2
Mary Nichols Appointed to Head Resources Agency, Volume 12, Issue 13 Date=12/23/1998 Story#1
Wilson Vetoes Record Number of Bills, Volume 12, Issue 9 Date=10/16/1998 Story#1
Deal to Rescue State Superfund Collapses, Volume 12, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1998 Story#1
Bill on DTSC Waste Classification Signed by Wilson, Volume 12, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1998 Story#2
Children's Health Bill Passes but Faces Uncertain Future, Volume 12, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1998 Story#3
Fate of Other Legislation, Volume 12, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1998 Story#4
Enviros Have Upper Hand So Far in Legislature, Volume 12, Issue 1 Date=6/18/1998 Story#9

LEGISLATIVE

Legislative Analyst Urges Legislature to Widen Response to Climate Change, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#1
Newsom Signs CEQA Bill to Sidestep Injunction on UC Berkeley Enrollment, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#12
Legislature Makes Appointments to New Board of Environmental Safety, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#9
Introduction to 2022 Proposed Environmental Legislation, 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#1
2022 Air Quality Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#2
2022 CEQA Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#3
2022 Climate Change Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#4
2022 Coastal Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#5
2022 Endangered Species and Wildlife Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#6
2022 Energy Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#7
2022 Environmental Justice Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#8
2022 Forestry and Fire Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#9
2022 Hazardous Waste and Materials Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#10
2022 Land Use Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#11
2022 Pesticides Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#12
2022 Resources Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#13
2022 Safer Consumer Products Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#14
2022 Solid Waste and Recycling Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#15
2022 Transportation Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#16
2022 Water Quality Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#17
2022 Water Rights, Supply and Policy Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#18
2021 Air Quality Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#1
2021 CEQA Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#2
2021 Climate Change Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#3
2021 Coastal Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#4
2021 Contaminated Properties Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#5
2021 Endangered Species and Wildlife Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#6
2021 Energy Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#7
2021 Forestry and Fire Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#8
2021 Hazardous Waste and Materials Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#9
2021 Miscellaneous Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#11
2021 Pesticides Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#12
2021 Resources Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#13
2021 Safer Consumer Products Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#14
2021 Water Quality Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#17
2021 Water Rights, Supply and Policy Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#16
Introduction to 2021 Enacted Legislation for the 2021-2022 Legislative Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#18
2021 Land Use Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#10
2021 Solid Waste and Recycling Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#15
Newsom, Legislature Reach Deal on Budget, DTSC Reform, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#5
Governor Signs Bill Extending and Expanding CEQA Litigation Streamlining Program, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#9
Legislative Analyst's Office Urges State to Heed Lessons from Last Drought, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#16
Introduction to 2021 Proposed Environmental Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#1
2021 Air Quality Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#2
2021 CEQA Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#3
2021 Climate Change Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#4
2021 Coastal Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#5
2021 Contaminated Properties Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#6
2021 Endangered Species and Wildlife Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#7
2021 Energy Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#8
2021 Environmental Justice Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#9
2021 Forestry and Fire Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#10
2021 Hazardous Waste and Materials Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#11
2021 Land Use Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#12
2021 Miscellaneous Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#13
2021 Parks and Recreation Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#14
2021 Pesticides Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#15
2021 Resources Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#16
2021 Safer Consumer Products Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#17
2021 Solid Waste and Recycling Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#18
2021 Transportation Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#19
2021 Water Quality Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#20
2021 Water Rights, Supply and Policy Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#21
Federal Spending Bill Boosts Funding for California Water Projects, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#12
2020 Introduction to Bills Signed, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#1
2020 CEQA Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#2
2020 Climate Change Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#3
2020 Coastal Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#4
2020 Endangered Species and Wildlife Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#5
2020 Energy Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#6
2020 Forestry and Fire Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#7
2020 Hazardous Waste and Materials Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#8
2020 Land Use Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#9
2020 Miscellaneous Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#10
2020 Pesticides Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#11
2020 Solid Waste And Recycling Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#13
2020 Water Quality Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#14
2020 Safer Consumer Products Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#12
Sen. Wiener Introduces Bill to Exempt Transit Projects from CEQA, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#14
Introduction to 2020 Proposed Environmental Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#1
2020 CEQA Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#3
2020 Air Quality Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#2
2020 Climate Change Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#4
2020 Coastal Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#5
2020 Energy Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#7
2020 Endangered Species and Wildlife Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#6
2020 Hazardous Waste and Materials Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#9
2020 Forestry and Fire Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#8
2020 Land Use Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#10
2020 Miscellaneous Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#11
2020 Solid Waste and Recycling Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#15
2020 Safer Consumer Products Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#14
2020 Resources Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#13
2020 Pesticides Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#12
2020 Water Quality Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#16
2020 Water Rights, Supply and Policy Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#17
The American Chemistry Council's "Accurate Labels Act" Bill Seeks to Preempt Prop. 65 and Other State Health Hazard Disclosure Laws, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#19
Legislative Analyst Calls on State Agencies to Look at Climate Infrastructure Risks, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#2
2019 Air Quality Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#2
2019 Introduction to Bills Signed, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#1
2019 CEQA Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#3
2019 Climate Change Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#4
2019 Coastal Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#5
2019 Endangered Species and Wildlife Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#6
2019 Energy Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#7
2019 Environmental Justice Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#8
2019 Forestry and Fire Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#9
2019 Hazardous Waste and Materials Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#10
2019 Land Use Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#11
2019 Miscellaneous Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#12
2019 Proposition 65 Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#13
2019 Resources Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#14
2019 Safer Consumer Products Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#15
2019 Solid Waste And Recycling Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#16
2019 Water Quality Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#17
2019 Water Rights, Policy And Supply Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#18
Newsom Vetoes Bill that Fought Against Trump Environmental Deregulation, Volume 33, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2019 Story#7
Governor Signs Landmark Legislation on Utilities and Wildfires, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#12
Senate Rules Committee Appoints Katie Rice to the Coastal Commission, Volume 33, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2019 Story#10
AG Announces Settlements With Distributors Selling Tainted Jewelry And Support For Stronger Legislation, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#7
Bill Would Allow South Coast Air District to Pursue Local Sales Tax Measure, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#12
Green Chemistry Reform Bill Moves Ahead Despite Industry Opposition, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#13
Chamber Job Killer Designation Stalls AB 495 Banning Some Cosmetics, While SB 574 Moves Forward, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#14
Newsom Releases Details of Drinking Water Funding Plan, Other Budget Trailer Bills, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#9
Bill Would Prohibit Numerous Chemicals in Cosmetics, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#13
Proposed Bill Aims to Tackle Ocean Acidification, Fish Health and Water Quality, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#14
Trump Signs Public Lands Bill that Expands Protections for California Desert, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#9
Introduction to 2019 Proposed Environmental Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#1
2019 Air Quality Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#2
2019 CEQA Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#3
2019 Climate Change Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#4
2019 Coastal Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#5
2019 Contaminated Properties Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#6
2019 Endangered Species and Wildlife Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#7
2019 Energy Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#8
2019 Forestry and Fire Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#9
2019 Hazardous Waste and Materials Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#10
2019 Land Use Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#11
2019 Miscellaneous Environmental Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#12
2019 Pesticides Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#13
2019 Proposition 65 Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#14
2019 Resources Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#15
2019 Safer Consumer Products Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#16
2019 Solid Waste and Recycling Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#17
2019 Water Quality Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#18
2019 Water Rights, Policy and Supply Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#19
Legislative Analyst's Office Report Recommends Revisiting Some State Climate Policies, Volume 32, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2019 Story#3
2018 Introduction to Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#1
2018 Air Quality Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#2
2018 CEQA Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#3
2018 Coastal Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#4
2018 Climate Change Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#5
2018 Endangered Species and Wildlife Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#6
2018 Energy Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#7
2018 Fisheries Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#8
2018 Forestry and Fire Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#9
2018 Hazardous Waste and Materials Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#10
2018 Land Use Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#11
2018 Miscellaneous Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#12
2018 Pesticides Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#13
2018 Safer Consumer Products Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#14
2018 Solid Waste and Recycling Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#15
2018 Water Quality Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#16
2018 Water Rights, Policy and Supply Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#17
California High Court Upholds Referendum Power in Zoning Fight, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#10
Voters to Weigh In On Environmental Initiative Measures in June Election, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#1
State Water Board Issues Framework for Regulating Recycled Water, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#15
Governor Floats Budget Trailer Bills to Create New Fees for Water and Mobile Emissions, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#5
Governor and Legislature Announce Environmental Appointments, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#6
2018 Hazardous Waste and Materials Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#9
Introduction to 2017 Proposed Environmental Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#1
2018 Water Quality Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#17
2018 Solid Waste and Recycling Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#16
2018 Safer Consumer Products Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#15
2018 Resources Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#14
2018 Proposition 65 Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#13
2018 Parks and Recreation Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#12
2018 Miscellaneous Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#11
2018 Forestry and Fire Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#8
2018 Land Use Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#10
2018 Air Quality Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#2
2018 Climate Change Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#4
2018 CEQA Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#3
2018 Endangered Species and Wildlife Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#6
2018 Energy Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#7
2018 Coastal Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#5
2018 Water Rights, Policy and Supply Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#18
Attorney General Forms New Environmental Justice Bureau, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#11
Brown Signs Bill to Put $4 Billion Bond on the June Ballot, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#9
Winners and Losers in This Year's Legislative Session, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#1
Doubts Expressed Regarding Impact of Latest Prop. 65 Legislation, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#10
Governor Signs Bill Strengthening Oil and Gas Well Drilling and Abandonment Rules, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#11
Brown Signs Bill Targeting Post-Consumer Carpet Recycling, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#13
Brown Signs Bill Making Changes SWB Enforcement Powers, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#14
Governor Signs Bills Addressing Over Pumping and Sustainability of Groundwater and Drinking Water Supplies, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#15
Brown Signs Bills to Set Stricter Air Pollution Standards, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#2
Governor Signs Bills to Help State-Wide Housing Crunch, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#3
Bills to Extend Cap-and-Trade and Cut Greenhouse Gases Signed by Governor, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#4
Governor Signs Bills Addressing Aliso Canyon Leak and Renewable Energy, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#6
Brown Signs a Bill That Exempts Spent Brine From Hazardous Waste Laws, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#7
Governor Brown Signs Cleaning Products Labeling Law, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#12
Governor Signs Bill to Protect Federal Land From Sell-Off From Trump Administration and Another to Continue to Protect Public Land From Off-Road Vehicles, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#8
Brown Signs Bill to Ease Permitting Requirements to Help Endangered Species, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#5
Regulators Issue Report on Improving Oil Refinery Air Monitoring in California, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#1
Bill Changing Rules on Prop. 65 Certificates of Merit Awaits Governor's Signature, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#9
New Law Gives Local Air Districts Power to Immediately Act on Pollution Violations, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#15
CARB Finalizes Changes to Current Cap-and-Trade Program, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#3
Governor Signs Bills Extending Cap-and-Trade, Tightening Air Pollution Controls, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#7
Lawmakers Vote to Extend Cap-and-Trade, Tighten Traditional Air Pollution Rules, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#7
Lawmakers Take Action on Several Environmental Bills, Delay Cap-and-Trade Deal, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#12
Bill Addressing Prop. 65 Certificates of Merit Moves Forward, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#15
Bill Introduced Would Make Major Changes to Future Cap-and-Trade Program, Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#10
Major Transportation Infrastructure Bill Limits Reach of Air Pollution Standards on Trucks, Volume 30, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2017 Story#9
2017 CEI Legislative Issue, Volume 30, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2017 Story#1
Special Legislative Issue, Volume 30, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2016 Story#1
Administration's Prop. 65 Legislative Effort Shelved for Year, Volume 27, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2013 Story#13

LEGISLATURE

Legislature Makes Appointments to New Board of Environmental Safety, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#9
Newsom, Legislature Reach Deal on Budget, DTSC Reform, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#5
Newsom, Legislature Approve $536 Million in Early Wildfire Spending, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#8
Governor, Legislature Enact $202 Billion Budget for 2020-2021, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#9
Newsom, Assembly Speaker Announce Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#7
Senate Rules Committee Appoints Katie Rice to the Coastal Commission, Volume 33, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2019 Story#10
Assembly Speaker Appoints Linda Escalante to Coastal Commission, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#12
Governor Floats Budget Trailer Bills to Create New Fees for Water and Mobile Emissions, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#5
Governor and Legislature Announce Environmental Appointments, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#6
Governor, Legislature announce appointments to environmental bodies, Volume 30, Issue 20 Date=4/ 1/2017 Story#13

LITIGATION

California Moves to Defend its Clean Car Standards in Face of Legal Attack, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#7
California, Ford Reach Settlement on Allegedly False Fuel Economy Claims, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#8
9th Circuit Upholds California's Foie Gras Sales Ban While Narrowing Its Scope, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#10
Proposed Water Bottling Plant's Environmental Review Nixed by State Appellate Court, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#11
South Coast Air District Could Sue EPA Over Struggle to Meet Air Quality Goals, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#1
State Regulator Reaches Settlement Over Illegal Pesticide Sales, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#2
9th Circuit Rejects State Plan for Cutting San Joaquin Valley Particulate Pollution, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#3
9th Circuit Again Rules Climate Change Nuisance Cases Belong in State Court, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#5
Court Adds Flexibility to CEQA Project Description and Recirculation Requirement, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#7
9th Circuit Orders EPA Again to Respond to Petition to Cancel Pet Pesticide, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#6
Attorney General Launches Investigation of Oil Industry's Role in Plastic Pollution, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#7
Scrap Metal Recycler Settles with Justice Department Over Refrigerants, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#8
California Attorney General Sues U.S. Postal Service Over Vehicle Fleet Plan, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#9
9th Circuit Rejects Challenge to Forest Service's Issuance of Grazing Permits, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#12
Appellate Court Rejects Livermore Housing Project over CEQA Concerns, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#13
San Diego Region Settles Cross-Border Water Pollution Suits with U.S., Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#5
Attorney General, Sierra Club Settle Warehouse Development Lawsuit with Fontana, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#6
9th Circuit Approves Trump-era Decision to Allow Road in Alaskan Wildlife Refuge, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#10
Appellate Court Rejects CEQA Challenge to Kern County Groundwater Banking Project, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#11
Wind Company Pleads Guilty over Eagle Deaths at its Facilities, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#3
Dish Network Reaches $5.5 Million Settlement over Hazardous Waste Management, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#4
9th Circuit Upholds Experiment to Kill Barred Owls to Aid Spotted Owls, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#9
Watermaster Cannot Appeal Court Water Rights Decree Ruling, Appellate Court Holds, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#11
Appellate Court Rebuffs Effort to Tighten Controls on Agricultural Runoff Pollution, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#10
Federal Judge Approves Temporary Operation Plan for Federal and State Water Projects, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#9
California Moves to Support EPA in Defense of Greenhouse Gas Vehicle Rule, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#3
South Coast Air District Reaches $1.37 Million Settlement Over Auto Coatings, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#4
Court of Appeals Issues Mixed CEQA Decision on Lake Tahoe Development, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#10
Appellate Court Upholds EIR Over Water Delivery Pipeline, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#11
Newsom Signs CEQA Bill to Sidestep Injunction on UC Berkeley Enrollment, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#12
9th Circuit Issues Mixed Rulings on Forest Service Thinning Projects, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#7
Appellate Court Upholds Approval of San Francisco Bay Housing Development, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#8
U.S. Energy Dept., California Attorney General Stand with Berkeley in Gas Ban Fight, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#5
CARB Reaches $2.1 Million Settlement over Aftermarket Car Part Sales, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#5
Prosecutors and Bridgestone Settle Hazardous Waste Case for $3.94 Million, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#6
Oil Company Can Intervene in Fight over Federal Lease Sales, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#7
San Diego Roadway Approval Passes CEQA Muster, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#8
Appellate Court Approves Environmental Review of Santa Cruz Apartment Complex, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#9
Attorney General Reaches Plea Deal in Walnut Creek Oil Spill Case, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#3
AG Settlement Pushes Huntington Park to Assess Environmental Justice in Planning, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#4
California High Court to Review Monterey County Measure Limiting Oil and Gas Activity, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#8
Appellate Court Weighs in on Hollister Ranch Coastal Access Disputes, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#9
DTSC Files Suits Over Alleged Hazardous Waste Problems at Three Sites, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#5
CARB and Honda Reach $6.9 Million Settlement Over Small Off-Road Engine Rule, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#5
AG and Local Prosecutors Claim Walmart Violating Hazardous Waste Laws, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#6
Appellate Court Denies Union Bid to Intervene in L.A. Port Pollution Case, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#10
Water Board's Small Domestic Water Use Permit Not Subject to CEQA, Court Rules, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#11
Court Reverses Coastal Commission Approval of Monterey County Development, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#12
CPUC Fines Utilities $150 Million Over Recent Wildfires, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#6
Richmond Settles Legal Fight Over Coal and Petcoke Storage Ban, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#7
Court Upholds Environmental Review for San Bernardino Amazon Air Cargo Facility, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#11
Appellate Court Upholds CEQA Exemption for Gas Station, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#12
California Spotted Owl Gets Another Chance at Endangered Species Protection, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#4
Appellate Court Orders Full CEQA Review of Farmland Development Project, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#13
San Diego Must Revisit Greenhouse Gas Analysis of Utility Project, Court Rules, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#9
DTSC Alleges Hazardous Waste Mismanagement at Pittsburg Chemical Plant, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#5
Appellate Court Allows CEQA Case Against UC Berkeley to Proceed, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#8
City Liable Under RCRA for Transporting Tainted Water, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#8
U.S. Sues San Diego Water Board Over Cross-Border Water Pollution Rules, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#5
9th Circuit Rules Upholds EPA Variance to Montana Water Quality Standards, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#9
State Appellate Court Overturns Monterey County Ban on New Oil Drilling, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#10
Tesoro Fined $2.2 Million Over Alleged Air Violations at Martinez Refinery, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#3
Biofuel Plant Employee Sentenced to Prison Over Water Pollution Violations, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#4
9th Circuit Weighs in on Clean Water Act Claims Against Corona Clay Company, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#10
Federal, State Agencies Reach $77.6 Million Cleanup Deal for L.A. County Superfund Site, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#5
9th Circuit Overturns Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation Permit, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#12
State Wrongly Sidestepped Rulemaking Process on Pesticide 1,3-D, Court Rules, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#13
Superior Court Invalidates San Joaquin Valley Oil Refinery Monitoring Rule, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#9
California Water Districts Resolve Legal Spat Over Colorado River, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#4
State Announces Guilty Pleas in $34 Million Recycling Fraud Case, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#5
9th Circuit Nixes California's Plan for Cutting Ozone in the San Joaquin Valley, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#6
9th Circuit Tosses NEPA Case over Alaska Oil Drilling, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#7
Appellate Panel Rules Approval of Tahoe Ski Development Violated CEQA, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#8
Water Districts Fight State Water Board's Drought Curtailment Orders, Volume 35, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2021 Story#1
9th Circuit Upholds EPA Move to Regulate Wetlands on Long-Litigated Idaho Property, Volume 35, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2021 Story#7
Court Upholds CEQA Review of Project that Cut Parking at Popular Hiking Spot, Volume 35, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2021 Story#8
Second Guilty Plea in Dudleya Poaching Case, Volume 35, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2021 Story#2
Feds Reach $29.5 Million Settlement with Shell Over Fullerton Superfund Site Cleanup, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#2
Attorney General Won't Press Criminal Charges Over Woolsey Fire, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#4
9th Circuit Rejects Wastewater Treatment Plants' Challenge to EPA Test Method, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#6
CEQA Streamlining for Proposed Oakland A’s Ballpark Gets Go Ahead from Court, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#7
EPA Revokes Chlorpyrifos Approvals in Wake of 9th Circuit Ruling, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#10
9th Circuit Upholds Army Corps' Dredging Plan for San Francisco Bay, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#8
Inyo County Bid to Expand Landfill Operations Flouted CEQA, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#9
CARB Reaches $2.38 Million Settlement Over Clean Truck Incentives, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#9
Attorney General Sues Fontana Over Major Warehouse Project Approval, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#5
U.S. EPA Agrees to Make Decisions on Ozone Attainment Plans, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#7
EPA Settles With Corona Car Part Maker Over Alleged Defeat Device Sales, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#8
9th Circuit Upholds EPA Ozone Air Quality Attainment Decision for Arizona, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#12
Court Dismisses CEQA Lawsuit Over Tree Removal in East Bay Open Space, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#13
CARB, Albertsons Settle Refrigerant Rule Violations for $5.1 Million, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#6
Court Can Review EPA Decision on Bristol Bay Mining Project, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#10
Court Tosses Restaurant Industry Challenge to Berkeley Natural Gas Ban, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#11
Wildlife Officials Did Not Justify Denial of Pacific Walrus Protections, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#10
9th Circuit Orders EPA to Update Lead-Based Paint Standards, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#11
9th Circuit Tosses Rule Requiring States Be Notified of Endangered Species Petitions, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#7
Appellate Court Upholds State's 1,2,3-Trichloropropane Drinking Water Standard, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#8
Appellate Court Rejects CEQA Challenge to El Dorado County Bridge Project, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#9
DTSC Takes Enforcement Action Against Two Metal Recycling Businesses, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#4
U.S. Supreme Court Extends Venue Fight in Climate Change Nuisance Cases, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#7
9th Circuit Issues Yet Another Order for EPA to Act on Chlorpyrifos, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#8
Appellate Court Upholds CEQA Review of Aggregate Mine Expansion in Napa County, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#9
Regional Water Board Reaches $1.5 Million Settlement over Laguna Beach Sewage Spill, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#5
Appellate Court Backs CEQA Review of Huntington Beach Desalination Plant, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#10
Feinstein Calls for More Research into DDT Dump Site Near Santa Catalina Island, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#3
9th Circuit Again Reinstates Navajo Nation Case over Colorado River Water, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#6
Court Imposes $2 Million Penalty on Humboldt County Company Over Water Pollution, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#7
Appellate Court Upholds CARB Fee on Architectural Coating Manufacturers, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#8
Governor Signs Bill Extending and Expanding CEQA Litigation Streamlining Program, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#9
Environmental Groups Settle Fight Over Riverside County Mega-Warehouse Project, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#5
State Water Board Orders Nestle to Cut Back Mountain Creek Diversions, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#6
State Appellate Court Upholds CEQA Case Dismissal over Name Error, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#11
Federal Jury Convicts Ship Employee in San Francisco Bay Pollution Case, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#4
9th Circuit Tosses Environmentalists' Case Against Poultry Company, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#9
Appellate Court Again Upholds Antelope Valley Groundwater Settlement, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#10
Grand Jury Indicts Orange County Wastewater Treatment Company, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#8
Appellate Court Lets $4.185 Million Coastal Commission Fine Against Homeowner Stand, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#13
CalRecycle Reaches $1.1 Million Settlement with Carpet Industry, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#6
D.C. Circuit Vacates EPA Greenhouse Gas Rule Challenged by California, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#11
State High Court Denies Review in Energy Commission Power Plant Approval Case, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#12
Central Valley Water Board Reaches $2.5 Million Settlement with State Prison, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#7
Supreme Court Limits Public Disclosure of Draft Biological Opinions, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#9
Biden Administration Aligns with California on Landfill Methane Controls, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#10
Attorney General's Office Joins CEQA Fight Against San Diego County Development, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#6
9th Circuit Tosses Guilty Verdict in Clean Water Act Case, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#9
California Challenges Trump-Era Appliance Energy Efficiency Rules, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#3
Environmental Groups Sue State, Kern County Over Oil and Gas Environmental Reviews, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#4
Appellate Court Revives Enforcement Orders Against San Francisco Bay Property Owner, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#8
Court Holds that DTSC's SPF System Priority Product Listing Failed to Comply With CEQA, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#11
California Sues to Block Lead Drinking Water Rule Approved Under Trump, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#6
Environmental Group Settles With Phillips 66 Over L.A. Refinery Emissions, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#7
9th Circuit Allows Trump Era Suit Against State Water Board to Proceed in Federal Court, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#9
Appellate Court Reject Cities' Challenge to L.A. Stormwater Permit, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#10
Attorney General Intervenes in CEQA Litigation to Block Lake County Resort Project, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#5
9th Circuit Upholds EPA Waiver for State's Rule Cutting Off-Road Diesel Emissions, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#8
State Must Foot Bill For Trash Bin Mandate in L.A. Stormwater Permits, Court Rules, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#9
Appellate Court Backs San Francisco Water Board Wetland Mitigation Order, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#10
State's Opening Brief in Glyphosate Prop. 65 Warning Appeal Will Rely on Customized Warning, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#13
Metal Recycler Schnitzer Steel Reaches $4.1 Million Hazardous Waste Settlement, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#6
California Challenges Trump-Era Rule Delaying Car Emissions Penalties, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#7
9th Circuit Leaves Opening for Possible Public Trust Protections for Walker Lake, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#11
Dept. of Justice Settles Wetlands Disturbance Case in Tehama County, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#4
Central Valley Water Board Mishandled Permit Enforcement, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#7
Superior Court Invalidates New Wetlands Rule, State Water Board Pushes Back, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#8
California Court Fight with Trump Over Clean Air Act Waiver Put on Ice, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#5
Coastal Commission Wins Laguna Beach Seawall Fight at Appellate Court, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#9
Trump Administration Slashed Habitat for Northern Spotted Owl, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#1
California Unleashed Torrent of Lawsuits Against Trump Environmental Moves, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#4
Ross Stores, Walgreens Settle Hazardous Waste Cases with Local Prosecutors, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#3
Appellate Court Upholds Antelope Valley Groundwater Pumping Plan, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#8
OEHHA Adds Developmental Toxicity to Prop. 65 BPA Listing, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#14
California Hopes to Sway U.S. Supreme Court in Climate Change Nuisance Lawsuits, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#8
California Challenges Trump Administration Dishwasher Energy Efficiency Rule, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#9
DTSC Sues Several Companies in Effort to Pay for Exide Battery Plant Cleanup, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#5
California Attorney General Attacks EPA Rule on Farmworker Pesticide Protections, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#7
9th Circuit Nixes Alaskan Offshore Oil Drilling Project, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#11
GM, Nissan Back Down in Legal Fight with California over Tailpipe Emissions, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#1
Court Nixes Rule on Judicial Review of Energy Commission Power Plant Decisions, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#8
Water Board, PG&E Reach Proposed Settlement over Diablo Canyon Discharges, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#6
9th Circuit Sides with CalTrans in Fight over Widening Road Near Redwoods, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#9
Entire Friant Ranch Project Approval Should Be Tossed, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#10
South Coast Air District and Others Sue Over L.A. Port Terminal Environmental Review, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#4
Bed, Bath & Beyond Inc. Settles Hazardous Waste Case for $1.5 Million, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#9
Bi-State Deal Shores Up Klamath River Dam Removal Pact, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#12
Groups Challenge State Effort to Finance Delta Tunnel Project, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#5
California Attorney General Sues U.S. Energy Dept. Over 25 Efficiency Standards, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#6
State Sues Helicopter Company over Alleged Pesticide Drift, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#7
Energy Commission Reaches $2.1 Settlement with Geothermal Plant Operator, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#8
9th Circuit Sides with EPA on Deadlines for Landfill Emissions Plans, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#11
State Fights Exide Bankruptcy Fearing Funding Shortfall for Lead Cleanup, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#2
9th Circuit Again Rejects Trump Border Wall Funding Effort, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#10
9th Circuit Finds Nevada County Mine Operator, not U.S., Liable for Site Cleanup, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#11
Appellate Court Tosses CEQA Challenge, Citing Completion of Project, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#12
Third District Court of Appeal Upholds OEHHA's Listing of BPA, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#13
State Water Board Challenges FERC Stance Limiting Water Quality Orders on Dams, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#5
Dept. of Pesticide Regulation Settles with Nevada Pesticide Application Company, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#6
District Court Nixes Berkeley's Cell Phone Radiation Warning Ordinance, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#9
County Relied on Wrong CEQA Review in Road Access Dispute, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#10
CARB Reaches Nearly $2 Million Settlement with Del Monte over Ship Emissions, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#7
District Court Tosses EPA Clean Water Act Decision on Redwood City Salt Ponds, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#11
CARB Reaches $285 Million Settlement With Daimler over Defeat Devices, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#8
2nd Circuit Sides with California, Rejects Trump Administration Emissions Penalty Rule, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#14
California Sues EPA Over Rollback of Methane Controls at Oil and Gas Facilities, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#9
DA's Reach $1.43 Million Settlement with Kelly-Moore Over Hazardous Waste, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#11
Speculative Cleanup Costs Not Recoverable Under CERCLA, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#13
Some Discretion in Project Approval Triggers CEQA, California Supreme Court Rules, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#12
California Hits Trump Administration with New Bevy of Lawsuits, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#3
EPA Reaches $56.6 Million Deal to Clean Up Groundwater at L.A. Superfund Sites, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#4
Delta Water Agencies Sue to Block State from Drilling Soils for Proposed Tunnel, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#5
9th Circuit Orders Environmental Review of Mendocino National Forest Logging Project, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#6
Governments Must Retain Emails Related to CEQA Project Approvals, Court Rules, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#7
U.S. Bureau of Land Management Proposes Kern County Oil and Gas Lease Sale, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#11
Chemistry Council Asks Supreme Court To Overrule Appellate Court Ruling Upholding DINP Listing, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#8
State Water Board Settles Suit, Agrees to Boost Public Trust Analysis in Delta Decisions, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#6
Natural Gas Group Sues CARB over New Electric Truck Sales Rule, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#7
California Energy Commission Giving Short Shrift to Natural Gas, Industry Suit Claims, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#8
State, Ventura County Reach $1.6 Settlement over Oil Spill, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#9
Federal Court Tosses Interior Department's Migratory Bird Enforcement Policy , Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#13
State Water Board Ordered to Assess if L.A.-Area Wastewater Plants are Wasteful, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#14
Appellate Court Ruling Favors Imperial Irrigation District Over Farmer, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#15
Ninth Circuit Lets Registration of Enlist Duo Stand Pending Further ESA Review, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#10
Central Coast Water Board Reaches $1.2 Settlement with Monterey Mushrooms Inc., Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#4
Trump Administration Effort to Block Cap-and-Trade Program Fails Again, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#8
Federal Court Rejects Trump Bid to Scuttle Methane Waste Rules for Third Time, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#9
Becerra Sues Trump Administration Over Clean Water Act, Mercury and Coal Rules, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#3
9th Circuit Upholds Environmental Review of Alaska Fossil Fuel Lease Sale, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#6
UC Berkeley Must Do CEQA Analysis of Growing Student Population, Court Rules, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#7
Ninth Circuit Largely Affirms District Court Order to FWS on Yellowstone Grizzly Population, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#14
Court Rejects Request to Block Federal Shasta Dam Management Plan, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#11
Appellate Court Upholds State's Power to Protect Fish, Curtail Water Use in Drought, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#12
9th Circuit Rules that Trump Border Wall Spending Ran Afoul of the Law, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#10
County Prosecutors Reach $1.6 Million Hazardous Waste Settlement with Carmax, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#6
California AG Intervenes in Battle over Mercury Power Plant Emissions, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#7
Appeals Court Rules in Favor of Air District's Interpretation of Banking Application Deadline, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#11
9th Circuit Opens Volkswagen Up to More Liability in Diesel Emissions Scandal, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#9
Court Of Appeal Upholds DINP Listing, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#13
Appellate Court Invalidates San Diego County's Climate Action Plan, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#10
DTSC Rejects Claims by SPF System Manufacturers Over Adequacy Of Alternatives, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#18
9th Circuit Overturns Oakland Coal Shipment Ban, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#8
Streambed Alteration Permit Did Not Trigger New CEQA Review, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#12
Federal Judge Bans Prop. 65 Warning for Glyphosate, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#15
CARB Settles with Companies Over Sales of Small Engines and Motorcycle Parts, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#6
9th Circuit Sends Climate Change Nuisance Cases Back to State Court, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#9
Appellate Court Opines on Delta Riparian Water Rights Dispute, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#10
Judicial Council Sets Deadline to File CEQA Cases Postponed During Pandemic, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#2
Ninth Circuit Invalidates Registrations of Dicamba Pesticides, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#11
California Challenges Trump Administration's Weakened Car Pollution Rule, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#5
9th Circuit Rebukes EPA Over Delayed Response to Pesticide Petition, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#8
Appeals Court Holds that EIR Can Use Peak Emissions as a Baseline, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#10
California Attorney General Spars with EPA on COVID-19 Policy, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#4
CPUC Hits PG&E with Record $2 Billion Fine over 2017-2018 Wildfires, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#5
District Court Blocks Part of Federal Delta Pumping Plan Citing Harm to Steelhead, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#8
Appellate Court Upholds Delta Stewardship Council's Delta Plan, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#9
Supreme Court Curbs 9th Circuit Ruling on Clean Water Act Permits, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#7
Landowners Need EPA Approval to Pursue Superfund Cleanup, Supreme Court Rules, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#8
Attorney General Sues Trump Administration on Water, Energy Efficiency Rules, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#4
San Francisco Water Board Reaches Deal with Mushroom Farm, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#5
Appellate Court Upholds Coastal Plan for Santa Monica Mountains, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#9
Plaintiff May Not Get Around Limit on Challenging Facially Valid NOD By Claiming It was Issued by Wrong Agency, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#10
Singapore Shipping Company to Pay $1.65 Million in Water Pollution Case, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#7
CalTrans Improperly Claimed a CEQA Exemption and Was Estopped from Relying on NOE, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#10
City Must Prepare Full EIR Due to Failure of Mitigation Measures, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#11
DTSC Takes Enforcement Actions over Hazardous Waste, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#6
Court Upholds Trump Administration Repeal of Obama-Era Fracking Rule, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#9
District Court Nixes Trump Challenge to California's Cap-and-Trade Program, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#9
Uncertainty Over University's Future Does Not Require Redo of EIR, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#10
State, Federal Government Seal $60 Settlement over San Refugio Oil Spill, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#7
OEHHA Forcefully Responds to Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine's Request to List Processed Meat as a Known Carcinogen, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#22
Environmental Agencies, Courts Respond to Coronavirus Pandemic, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#18
Environmental Group Sues Major Companies Over Plastic Pollution Problem, Volume 33, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2020 Story#4
California Again Sues Trump Administration over Border Wall Funding, Volume 33, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2020 Story#5
California Sues Energy Department over Light Bulb Efficiency Rule, Volume 33, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2020 Story#6
Appellate Court Tosses Out Kern County Oil and Gas Ordinance, Volume 33, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2020 Story#9
Appellate Court Nixes Coastal Act Suit, Greenlights San Diego Motel Conversion, Volume 33, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2020 Story#10
State Sues Trump Administration Over Plan to Boost Delta Water Shipments, Volume 33, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2020 Story#3
9th Circuit Orders Second Retrial of Pomona Perchlorate Contamination Case, Volume 33, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2020 Story#7
State Sues Federal Aviation Administration over San Bernardino Airport Expansion, Volume 33, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2020 Story#5
CARB and EPA Reach $22 Million Settlement in Small Engine Emissions Case, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#4
State Sues Billionaire In New Legal Fight Over Access to Martin's Beach, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#3
State Attorney General, CARB Join Legal Fight Against Huge Warehouse Project, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#5
Divided 9th Circuit Reluctantly Tosses Out Children's Climate Change Case, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#8
Court Orders More Environmental Review of Proposed Geothermal Plant, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#9
Federal Agency Proposes Protecting San Diego Butterfly and Sierra Nevada Red Fox, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#4
9th Circuit Approves Subpoenas Related to Accident at Exxon's Torrance Refinery, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#8
Appellate Court Upholds CEQA Review of Sacramento's General Plan Update, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#9
San Diego Water Board Lodges $9 Million Complaint Against Builder, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#5
9th Circuit Tosses Case over Congressional Review of Alaska Refuge Rule, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#10
District Court Nixes West Coast Fishing Permit Over Concerns for Leatherback Turtles, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#11
Judge Allows First Lawsuit Over State Green Chemistry Program to Move Forward, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#13
California Sues to Block Trump Administration Rollback of Clean Water Rule, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#8
Mushroom Farm to Pay $2.2 Million Over Alleged Water Quality Violations, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#10
NRDC Sues California Cities and Counties over Landscape Water Efficiency Rules, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#11
Oakland Judge Again Rules Trump Border Wall Funding Maneuver is Illegal, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#16
California Supreme Court to Review CEQA Dispute over Oroville Dam License, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#17
Bureau of Land Management Moves to Boost Oil and Gas Activity in Central California, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#18
U.S. Supreme Court Denies Review in Berkeley Cell Phone Warning Case, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#13
Appellate Court Crafts Test for Landlord Liability for Water Pollution Cleanup, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#14
L.A. Water Board's Cleanup Order to Tesoro is Valid, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#15
Ninth Circuit Gives Major Victory to Environmental Groups Under TSCA, Volume 33, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2019 Story#9
Westlands Settles Lawsuits, Agrees to Halt Funding for Raising Shasta Dam, Volume 33, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2019 Story#2
California Takes Action to Tighten Lightbulb Efficiency Standards, Volume 33, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2019 Story#3
Appellate Court Upholds Environmental Review of Sonoma Winery, Volume 33, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2019 Story#10
California Restaurant Association Sues to Block Berkeley Natural Gas Ban, Volume 33, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2019 Story#4
Lehigh Cement to Cut Emissions at its Plants in California and Nationwide, Volume 33, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2019 Story#5
Counties Reach Settlements with Pep Boys, Service King over Hazardous Waste, Volume 33, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2019 Story#6
Appellate Court Rejects Challenges to EIR's Urban Decay Analysis and Statement of Overriding Considerations, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#8
Ninth Circuit Orders DOE to Publish Delayed Energy Conservation Standards, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#9
State Issues Plan to Manage Delta Water Exports, Pledges to Sue Trump Administration, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#2
State Files Second Legal Challenge to Trump Administration Move on Car Standards, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#5
Large Group of Automakers Aligns with Trump Administration in Vehicle Emissions Fight, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#8
EPA Formally Cites San Francisco for Alleged Clean Water Act Violations, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#9
Federal Appeals Court Tosses California Challenge to EPA Clean Cars Assessment, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#12
Appellate Court Clarifies Liability of Parent Corporation for Remediation of Mining Waste, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#13
Ninth Circuit Rejects Challenge to Southern California Wind Project, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#14
Trump Administration Sues California over its Cap-and-Trade Program, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#6
California Chamber Launches Legal Attack on Prop. 65 Acrylamide Warnings, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#7
Court Sides With Coastal Commission in Permit Dispute over Blufftop Home, Volume 33, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2019 Story#10
California Launches New Round of Legal Attacks Against Trump Administration, Volume 33, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2019 Story#6
Ag Groups and Monsanto Ask for Summary Judgment Invalidating OEHHA's Warning Requirement for Glyphosate, Volume 33, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2019 Story#13
EPA Moves to Block California's Clean Car Standards, State Sues, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#2
Local Prosecutors Settle with 7-Eleven over Hazardous Materials Training, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#4
Case Over Central Valley Irrigation Runoff Can Proceed, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#5
SPF System Manufacturers Conclude There Is No Feasible Alternatives for Current Product Configuration, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#10
Appellate Court Rejects Challenge to Prop. 65 Listing of Triazines, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#9
State Appellate Court Rejects Environmental Challenge to Oroville Dam Relicensing, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#7
D.C. Circuit Rejects Industry Challenge to Ozone Air Quality Standards, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#8
Zoning Amendments Not Always Subject to CEQA, State High Court Rules, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#9
Citing Win in CEQA Case, Unions Ask Court to Dump Developer's CEQA Abuse Claim, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#5
Hollywood Project Too Vague to Pass CEQA Muster, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#10
California AG Files New Round of Lawsuits Against Trump Administration, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#5
Appellate Court Rejects CEQA Challenge to L.A. Boutique Hotel Plan, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#11
Mendocino Vineyard Settles with Environmental Regulators for $3.7 Million, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#6
Environmentalists, Tulare County Settle Case over Dairy Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#7
District Court Allows Case Alleging Unions' Abuse of CEQA to Proceed , Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#12
Appellate Court Upholds Coastal Commission Permit for Equestrian Facility, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#13
High-Speed Rail Authority Settles Last CEQA Fight Over Fresno to Bakersfield Route, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#8
Judge Blocks Westlands from Studying Federal Plan to Raise Shasta Dam, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#14
Appellate Court Approves Project Pursuant to SB 357 Expedited CEQA Process, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#10
U.S. Supreme Court Gives Temporary Reprieve To Trump in Border Wall Dispute, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#9
9th Circuit Approves Plan to Treat Tahoe National Forest for Insects and Disease, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#11
California Counties, Cities Reach $305 Million Deal to Address Lead Paint Problem, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#7
Sacramento Glass Recycler Reaches $1.2 Million Settlement Over Battery Disposal, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#8
Federal Court Tosses Trump Administration Bid to Help Desert Water Export Plan, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#11
Judge Orders Dismissal of Gnatcatcher Delisting Case Based on Plaintiffs Lack of Standing, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#7
Settlement Sets Deadline to Decide on Protection for Shasta Salamander, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#5
Federal Court Fines Trucking Company for Transporting Exide Battery Plant Waste , Volume 33, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2019 Story#6
San Diego Gas & Electric Must Follow Bay Cleanup Order, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 33, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2019 Story#9
Prosecutors Reach $11 Million Deal with AutoZone over Hazardous Waste Disposal, Volume 33, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2019 Story#2
Federal Prosecutors Indict Three over Succulent Poaching in State Parks, Volume 33, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2019 Story#4
Appellate Court Upholds State's Environmental Review of Fracking, Volume 33, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2019 Story#8
Ventura County Prosecutors Reach Plea Deal in Hazardous Waste Explosion Case, Volume 32, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2019 Story#5
CARB Fines Tesoro $1.36 Million over Low Carbon Fuel Standard Violations, Volume 32, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2019 Story#3
Environmental Groups Sue Trump Administration over Holdup of Species Protection, Volume 32, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2019 Story#4
Case over RCRA, Condors and Lead Ammunition Can Move Ahead, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 32, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2019 Story#8
Oakland Judge Grants Sierra Club Request to Block Border Wall Funds, Volume 32, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2019 Story#9
State High Court Nixes Business Tort Claims over Aliso Canyon Gas Leak, Volume 32, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2019 Story#10
California Sues Westlands Water District Over Plans to Raise Shasta Dam, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#7
U.S. Supreme Court Denies Review of Oregon Clean Fuels Program Case, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#11
Coastal Commission Imposes Record $15.5 Million Fine Against Luxury Hotel Owner, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#6
9th Circuit Revives Environmental Groups’ Suit over Idaho Wolf Killing, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#9
Oakland Court Orders EPA to Enforce Rule Cutting Landfill Emissions, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#10
AG Announces Settlements With Distributors Selling Tainted Jewelry And Support For Stronger Legislation, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#7
Judge Orders Company to Pay $3.35 Million Over Santa Barbara Oil Spill, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#6
District Court Limits Tribe’s Claim to Coachella Valley Groundwater, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#12
Agricultural Districts, San Francisco Sue over New State Wetland Regulations, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#8
Imperial Irrigation District Sues Metropolitan Water District over Colorado River Pact, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#4
California Supreme Court Ditches Review of Residential Project Fight, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#8
Superior Court Rules Judicial Review of Power Plant Approvals Unconstitutional, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#9
9th Circuit Gives EPA 90 Days to Respond to Request to Ban Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#10
Oakland Federal District Court Nixes Trump Administration Rollback of Fossil Fuel Royalty Rule, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#11
Court Keeps Sierra Nevada Critical Habitat for Amphibians Intact, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#7
Trump Administration Sues State Water Board Over Delta Water Flows, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#4
Appellate Court Rejects Second CEQA Suit Against Quarry Project, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#11
Deal Calls on State to Curb Whale and Turtle Entanglements from Crab Fishing Gear, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#7
Appellate Court Rejects CEQA Challenge to San Francisco Office and Housing Project, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#12
Man Sentenced to 30 Months in Prison for Clean Water Act Violations, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#3
U.S. Supreme Court to Take on 9th Circuit Clean Water Act Decision, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#7
Appellate Court Rules that Coastal Commission Proper Venue for Permit Dispute, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#8
State Water Board Reaches Settlements Over Underground Storage Tank Operations, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#4
CARB and EPA Reach Several Settlements Over Alleged Illegal Auto Parts Sales, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#5
9th Circuit to Reconsider Chlorpyrifos Ruling, Volume 32, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2019 Story#10
9th Circuit Upholds Waiver of Environmental Laws in Border Wall Dispute, Volume 32, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2019 Story#11
State Appellate Court Rebuffs CEQA Challenge to Berkeley Hills Residential Project, Volume 32, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2019 Story#12
Santa Fe Springs Company Pays $495,000 for Alleged Hazardous Waste Violations, Volume 32, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2019 Story#5
Superior Court Upholds California Endangered Species Protections for Gray Wolves, Volume 32, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2019 Story#9
State Water Board, Central Valley Farmers Reach Deal to Provide Clean Drinking Water, Volume 32, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2019 Story#7
State Files First Lawsuit Under New Housing Law Against Huntington Beach, Volume 32, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2019 Story#8
CARB Settles Three Cases Over Consumer Product Air Pollution Standards, Volume 32, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2019 Story#9
S.F. Judge Largely Tosses Conspiracy, Defamation Claims Against Greenpeace, Volume 32, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2019 Story#12
Settlement Ends with Cancellation of Kern County Crude Rail Project, Volume 32, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2019 Story#4
State Water Boards Reaches Multiple Settlements Over Alleged UST Violations, Volume 32, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2019 Story#5
Prosecutors Reach $2.3 Million Hazardous Waste Settlement with Union Pacific, Volume 32, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2019 Story#6
Appellate Court Upholds CEQA Exemption for Napa Valley Residential Project, Volume 32, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2019 Story#11
California, Feds Reach $500 Million Settlement with Fiat-Chrysler over Car Emissions, Volume 32, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2019 Story#5
State Water Board Faces Lawsuits Over Plan to Cut San Joaquin River Diversions, Volume 32, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2019 Story#6
9th Circuit Upholds California's Low Carbon Fuel Standard Again, Volume 32, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2019 Story#9
Regulators To Crack Down on Violators of Pesticide Training and Application Rules, Volume 32, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2019 Story#4
California Supreme Court Takes on San Diego Development Dispute, Volume 32, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2019 Story#8
Settlement Reached Over Contractor Liability for Flat Fire, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#17
Court Strikes Down San Diego County Plan for Use of GHG Offsets, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#18
Appellate Court Rejects State Lands Commission Interpretation of Public Trust Doctrine, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#3
DTSC Increases Enforcement Actions Against Industry Lead Recycling Plant, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#4
Santa Clara County DA Sues Mushroom Farm for Alleged Water Pollution, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#5
U.S. EPA Reaches $2 Million Settlement to Investigate Clean Up of Mercury Mine, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#6
CEQA Review Failed to Properly Address Air Pollution Impacts, State High Court Rules, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#12
State Limits on Sale and Import of Ivory are Constitutional, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#12
CalRecycle Makes Arrests in Alleged $16.1 Million Recycling Fraud Case, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#4
Target Reaches New Settlement Over Alleged Hazardous Waste Violations, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#5
U.S. Supreme Court Scrutinizes Endangered Species Critical Habitat Designations, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#9
California Supreme Court to Weigh if CEQA Applies to Groundwater Drilling Permits, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#10
Appellate Court Upholds Long-Standing Use of CEQA Addendums, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#11
EPA Proposes Tighter Freshwater Selenium Standard for California, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#16
California Crab Fishers Sue Major Oil Companies over Climate Change, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#3
Court Blocks California Offshore Fracking Permits in Federal Waters, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#6
Appellate Court Rules Central Coast Agricultural Runoff Rule Invalid, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#7
Coastal Commission Limit on Seawall Construction Upheld by Appellate Court, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#8
Appellate Court Favors Coastal Commission in Dispute with San Diego Port, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#9
With Nationwide Ban in Limbo, State Recommends Limits on Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#10
9th Circuit Upholds Oregon Program Modeled on California's Low Carbon Fuel Standard, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#11
9th Circuit Grants Preliminary Injunction Against California Hazardous Material Fee, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#12
Court Strikes Down California Law Aimed at Blocking Federal Public Land Transfers, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#13
Appellate Court Nixes San Diego County Greenhouse Gas Guidance Document, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#14
State Not on Hook for Local Water Service Improvement Costs, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#15
Federal Prosecutors Settle with Chevron over Alleged Violations at Refineries, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#5
High-Speed Rail Authority and Shafter Settle CEQA Lawsuit, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#7
9th Circuit Upholds Liability of Smelter over Columbia River Contamination, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#16
DTSC Levies $1.4 Million Fine Against Rancho Cordova Hazardous Waste Facility, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#9
California Tries to Stop Federal Rollback of Methane Waste Rule for a Third Time, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#5
Whole Foods Pays $1.6 Million to Settle Hazardous Materials Case, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#6
U.S. Supreme Court Denies Review in Martins Beach Public Access Case, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#10
California High Court Hears Argument in Fresno County CEQA Case, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#8
Appellate Court Upholds CEQA Review Related to Target Superstore in Hollywood, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#9
U.S. Justice Dept. Settles Clean Water Act Wetlands Case for $5.3 million, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#3
Groundwater Linked to Rivers Falls Under Public Trust Doctrine, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#6
San Diego Water Board Sues Federal Government Over Tijuana River Pollution, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#4
U.S. EPA Fines L.A. Dept. of Water and Power over Wetlands Filling, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#5
9th Circuit Tells Federal Government to Reconsider Protection for Montana Fish, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#7
Santa Barbara Jury Convicts Company Responsible for Refugio Beach Oil Spill, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#10
Appeals Court Holds That EIR Must Be Prepared Due to Aesthetic and Traffic Impacts of Project, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#8
First District Rejects Challenges to S.F.'s EIR for Housing Element, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#9
Deal Calls for Federal Fisheries Agency to Set Aside Humpback Whale Habitat, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#6
Federal Agencies Agree to Develop Plans for Southern California Wild and Scenic Rivers, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#8
California High Court Upholds Referendum Power in Zoning Fight, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#10
Development Agreements Can't Be Approved by Initiative, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#11
Supreme Court Paves Way for Trial in Children's Climate Change Case, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#8
State Supreme Court Orders Three-Californias Proposition Off Ballot, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#9
CEQA Review Not Necessary for Groundwater Well Permits, Appellate Court Rules , Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#10
CARB Secures Major Recall of Heavy-Duty Trucks Due to Excess Emissions, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#3
Amazon Reaches $1.5 Million Settlement over Plastics Labeling, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#4
State and Local Officials Reach $119.5 Million Settlement Over Aliso Canyon Gas Leak, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#5
Prosecutors Reach $1.5 Million Deal with Auto Repair Company over Hazardous Waste, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#7
Crystal Geyser Indicted on Hazardous Waste Charges, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#5
Paramount Lab Owner Pleads Guilty to Fraud on Underground Storage Tank Program, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#6
9th Circuit to EPA: Ban Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#8
California Sues EPA Over Rollbacks to Rules on Hydrofluorocarbons and Glider Trucks, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#3
High-Speed Rail Authority Settles CEQA Lawsuit over Fresno to Bakersfield Route, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#6
State Appellate Court Upholds CEQA Exemption for Diablo Canyon Lease Extension, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#11
9th Circuit Dismisses Case Over Financing of Gas Projects Near Great Barrier Reef, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#12
State Appellate Court Dismisses Bid to Drain Hetch Hetchy Reservoir, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#13
Environmental Groups Settle Litigation Over Riverside County Freeway Expansions , Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#5
State Appellate Court Rules Malibu Beach Restoration Project Exempt from CEQA, Volume 32, Issue 1 and 2 Date=7/ 1/2018 Story#9
District Judge Tosses Climate Change Public Nuisance Lawsuit, Volume 32, Issue 1 and 2 Date=7/ 1/2018 Story#10
Equally Divided Supreme Court Upholds 9th Circuit Indian Fishing Rights Ruling, Volume 32, Issue 1 and 2 Date=7/ 1/2018 Story#11
State Appellate Court Deals another Blow to Truck and Bus Regulation Foes, Volume 32, Issue 1 and 2 Date=7/ 1/2018 Story#8
Coastal Commission Proposes Settlement in Santa Barbara Coastal Access Fight, Volume 32, Issue 1 and 2 Date=7/ 1/2018 Story#5
OEHHA Moves to Exclude Coffee From Prop. 65 Warning Requirement, Volume 32, Issue 1 and 2 Date=7/ 1/2018 Story#13
Judge Rejects Attempt by Attorney General to Modify His Injunction against Enforcing Prop. 65 Glyphosate Warning Requirement, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#11
9th Circuit Revives Walker River Water Rights Dispute, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#9
Appellate Court Sides with OEHHA in Challenge to Lead Safe Harbor Level, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#10
Appellate Court Upholds Environmental Review of Proposed Santa Rosa Youth Center, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#12
Attorney General Sues EPA Over Landfill Methane, Pesticide Safety Rules, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#7
Monterey County and Oil Companies Reach Partial Settlement over Fracking Ban, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#5
Prosecutors and Cox Communications Reach $3.3 Million Hazardous Waste Settlement, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#6
Two Plead Guilty to Doctoring Soil Samples at San Francisco Superfund Site, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#3
State Water Board Pulls Operating Licenses for Two Drinking Water Operators, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#5
California High Court Upholds State Water Board Waste Discharge Fees, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#9
Federal Court Overturns Oakland Law Barring Coal Shipments, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#10
Local Governments Reach $60 Million Settlement in Lead Paint Lawsuit, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#6
Court Awards State $1.6 Million in Lead and Cadmium in Jewelry Case, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#5
California Air Resources Board Settles Alleged Low Carbon Fuel Standard Violations, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#6
9th Circuit Upholds Clean Water Act Permit for Newhall Ranch Project, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#8
State Appellate Court Rejects CEQA Challenge to Rodeo Refinery Project, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#11
Company that Bought Land via Tax Sale Still Liable under CERCLA, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#9
Federal Appellate Court Sides with California on Fuel Economy Penalties, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#10
California Sues EPA Over Proposed Easing of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rule, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#4
State Announces Arrests in Alleged $80 Million Recycling Fraud Scheme, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#3
L.A. Regional Water Board Reaches $2.26 Million Settlement with City of Los Angeles, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#4
State Makes Arrests in Alleged Succulent Plant Poaching Operation, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#5
9th Circuit Keeps in Place Injunction Protecting Salmon on Columbia River, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#10
State Appellate Court Rejects CEQA Challenge to Infill Apartment Building, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#11
District Judge Rules EPA Blew Deadlines to Respond to Civil Rights Complaints, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#12
State Appellate Court Approves Prop. 65 Glyphosate Listing, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#8
Coastal Commission Hits Pacifica Building Owners with $1.45 Million Fine, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#6
Oyster Hatchery Must Get Clean Water Act Permit, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#7
Appellate Panel Upholds CEQA Exemption for Cell Phone Tower in San Diego Park, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#9
North Coast Water Board Fines CalTrans $2 Million Over Willits Bypass Project, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#2
9th Circuit Sides with Government, Environmental Groups Over Sea Otter Program, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#7
Federal Judges Issue Dueling Rulings on Venue for Climate Change Nuisance Suits, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#8
Appellate Court Expands Legal Dispute over Ventura River Water Diversions, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#9
Appellate Court Rejects CEQA Challenge to City of Visalia General Plan Update, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#10
Trump Administration Sues California over State Land Use Law, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#3
California Sues EPA over Methane Emissions and Policy Shift on Hazardous Air Pollution, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#4
U.S. Attorney's Office Files Criminal Charges against Stockton Biofuel Plant, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#5
In Midst of Court Battles, OEHHA Finalizes Glyphosate Prop. 65 Safe Harbor Level, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#11
DC Circuit Nixes South Coast Air District Claim on Smog Standard, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#7
State Water Board Exceeded its Authority in Drought Curtailment Orders, Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#8
Superior Court Halts Department of Food and Agriculture Pest Spraying Program, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#9
Attorney General Files Criminal Charges Against Panoche Water District Employees, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#3
Group Rescinds Petition to OEHHA Seeking Revised Lead Safe Harbor Level, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#15
Federal Judge Sides with Trump Administration in California Border Wall Dispute, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#10
California Clinches Preliminary Injunction Against Trump Methane Waste Rollback, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#11
State Appellate Court Upholds Central Coast Coho Salmon Protections, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#12
Counties and Attorney General Reach Settlements in Two Hazardous Waste Cases, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#4
Judge Approve Settlement Covering Prop. 65 Warnings by Chocolate Manufacturers, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#16
Coffee Sellers Likely to Have to Post Prop. 65 Warnings on Their Products, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#14
Judge Concludes Requiring Prop. 65 Warning on Glyphosate Products Violates First Amendment, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#13
State Lands Commission Settles with San Francisco Over Waterfront Development, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#4
San Francisco Federal Judge Orders Energy Department to Finalize Efficiency Standards, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#8
Appellate Court Rejects Renewed Challenge to Newhall Ranch CEQA Review, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#9
California Attorney General Sues Trump Administration Over Clean Water Rule Delay, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#3
Wastewater Indirectly Flowing into Pacific Ocean Falls under Clean Water Act, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#7
CARB Levies Largest Fine Ever in an Aftermarket Auto Parts Case, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#5
South Coast Air District Cites Battery Maker over Lead Emissions, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#6
CARB Delay in Truck and Bus Rule Violated CEQA, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#13
Case Seeking More Judicial Oversight of Energy Commission Can Proceed, Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#11
Attorney General Challenges Trump Administration Repeal of Fracking Rule, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#4
Experiment to Kill Barred Owls in Hopes of Helping Northern Spotted Owls Legal, Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#10
CEQA Review of Major Train Facility near Port of L.A. Flawed, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#12
Superior Court Rules Bay Area Water Agencies Vindictively Prosecuted Island Owners, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#14
State Must Pay to Implement New Stormwater Rules in San Diego, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#15
Court Dismisses Case Over Weakened Water Quality Standards During Drought, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#16
Bay Area Air Quality Regulator Fines Companies over Alleged Air Quality Violations, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#5
U.S. Attorney's Office Reaches Settlements Over Burned National Forest Land, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#6
CARB Fines Port Operator $2.5 Million Over Excess Diesel Emissions, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#7
Appellate Court Rejects CEQA Challenge to West Hollywood Redevelopment, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#17
9th Circuit Upholds Obama Era Curbs on Uranium Mining Near Grand Canyon, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#12
Federal Fisheries Agency Swordfish Plan Failed to Follow Science, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#13
Ventura County's Classification of Hazardous Waste is Protected Speech, Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#14
State Water Board Directs Nestle to Cut Water Use in San Bernardino National Forest, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#3
South Coast Air District Issues Violation Notice over New Aliso Canyon Gas Leak, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#4
California Sues Trump Administration over Methane Waste Rule Rollbacks Again, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#7
Appellate Court Deals Setback to Proposed Crude-by-Rail Project in Kern County, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#15
California District Court Rules That EPA Wrongly Dismissed TSCA Section 21 Petition, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#16
9th Circuit Directs EPA to Update Child Lead Paint Dust Standards, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#14
L.A. District Attorney Files Felony Charges against Lab over Alleged Fraud, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#9
Under Legal Pressure from California EPA Moves Ahead on Ozone Standards, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#5
Attorney General Sues L.A. Company Alleging Excessive Lead and Cadmium in Jewelry, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#6
Company to Pay $5 Million for Dumping Train Parts in Long Beach Harbor, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#8
Superior Court Nixes Portion of Monterey County Fracking and Oil Drilling Ban, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#13
9th Circuit Allows Navajo Nation Claim over Colorado River Water Rights to Proceed, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#11
Appellate Court Rejects Environmental Review of Upper Truckee River Project, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#12
EPA Settles with Wal-Mart and General Services Administration over Truck Rule, Volume 31, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2017 Story#5
State Water Board Settles Underground Storage Tank Case with Travel Centers of America, Volume 31, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2017 Story#6
Santa Ana Regional Water Board Settles Stormwater Case with CalTrans, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#6
State Appellate Court Upholds Public Nuisance Claim against Lead Paint Companies, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#8
Appellate Court Rules Environmental Review of San Diego Transportation Plan Flawed, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#9
Judicial Council Complied with CEQA in Court Relocation Project, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#10
State and Alameda County Reach $9.5 Million Deal with DIRECTV over Hazardous Waste, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#5
Prop. 65 Notice Targets Alex Jones and Infowars, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#12
Syngenta Asks OEHHA for Safe Use Determinations for Chlorothalonil, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#10
California Takes Trump Administration to Court Again Over Oil and Gas Royalty Rule, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#2
Regional Water Board Fines East Bay Municipal Utility District Over Spills, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#3
Air Resources Board Fines Bombardier Over Vehicle Engine Violations, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#4
9th Circuit: Case over Utility's Handling of Toxic Wood Preservative Can Move Ahead, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#8
Appellate Court Says San Francisco Properly Exempted Housing Project from CEQA , Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#9
Delta Stewardship Council Issues Environmental Review of Proposed Delta Plan Changes, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#15
State Appellate Court Upholds State Water Board Streamflow Policy, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#7
Federal Court Rules Against Klamath River Farmers in Takings Case, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#9
Trump Administration Violated Law in Delay of Methane Waste Rule, Federal Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#10
Appellate Court Allows Dispute Over Shooting Range Cleanup Costs to Proceed, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#11
9th Circuit Rejects Bid to List Desert Bald Eagles under Endangered Species Act, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#7
Appellate Court Overturns Approval of Expanded Neonicotinoid Pesticide Use, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#8
San Francisco, Oakland Sue Major Oil Companies Over Climate Change, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#2
Phillips 66 Drops Planned Oil-by-Rail Project in San Luis Obispo County, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#3
Central Valley Water Board Reaches $754,000 Settlement with Ski Resort, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#4
9th Circuit Upholds Sulfur Dioxide Settlement Between EPA and Environmental Groups, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#6
State Appellate Court Rejects CEQA Challenge to Planned Community College Expansion, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#7
Environmentalists, Native American Tribe Settle Over Massive Newhall Development, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#1
California Sues Trump Administration Over Border Wall, Federal Highway Climate Rule, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#2
Central Valley Water Board Reaches Tentative Settlement Over Oil Wastewater Violations, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#3
State Appellate Court Rejects Challenge to Planned Shopping Center Over Water Issues, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#8
9th Circuit Rules on Novel CERCLA Legal Questions, Volume 31, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2017 Story#9
California AG Challenges Trump Administration Over Ozone Rule Delay, Ethics Documents, Fuel Economy Penalties, Volume 31, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2017 Story#4
9th Circuit Orders New Trial for City of Pomona in Perchlorate Contamination Suit, Volume 31, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2017 Story#7
District Court Rules Trump Administration Violated Law in Oil and Gas Royalty Rule Delay, Volume 31, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2017 Story#8
9th Circuit Rejects Fraud Claim Over $122 Million Moonlight Fire Settlement, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#13
Closing Beach Road Requires a Permit Under Coastal Act, State Appellate Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#14
District Court Denies Bid to Dismiss Case Over Offshore Fracking in California, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#12
Duarte Nursery Settles With Federal Prosecutors Over Wetland Dredging, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#7
CARB Fines Railroad Companies Over Drayage Truck Rule Violations, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#8
State Water Board Rescinds Chromium-6 Drinking Water Standard, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#19
Lawsuits over California WaterFix Environmental Review Pile Up, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#6
Appellate Court Allows Orange County Water District to Pursue Contamination Claims, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#11
Two California Counties and a City Sue Fossil Fuel Companies Over Climate Change, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#5
California Supreme Court Rules CEQA Largely Applies to State-Owned Rail Lines, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#9
State Reaches Final $153 Million Settlement with Volkswagen Over Diesel Emissions, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#5
Orange County Business Owner Indicted Over Sale of Ozone-Depleting Refrigerant, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#6
State Appellate Court Orders CEQA Review of Bakersfield Oil-by-Rail Facility, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#11
State Appellate Court Rejects Challenge to San Diego Fireworks Displays, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#10
Coastal Commission Reaches Deal to Close State's Last Beach Sand Mine, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#1
State High Court Upholds San Diego Regional Transit Plan Environmental Review, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#6
Attorney General Sues Interior Department over Methane Waste Rule Delay, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#3
OEHHA Lists Glyphosate After Supreme Court Rejects Monsanto Plea, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#8
California Supreme Court Sides with Coastal Commission in Seawall Fight, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#5
Superior Court Tosses Challenge to State Climate Strategy, Volume 31, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2017 Story#12
U.S. Wildlife Agencies Conclude Delta Tunnels Project Safe for Endangered Species, Volume 31, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2017 Story#3
District Court Allows Claims Against Low Carbon Fuel Standard to Advance, Volume 31, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2017 Story#10
With One Win in Hand, California Sues Trump Administration Again Over Energy Efficiency Rules, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#5
San Diego U.S. Attorney Indicts Alleged Sea Cucumber Traffickers, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#6
Appellate Court Revives CEQA Case Over Asphalt Facility in Mendocino County, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#9
Federal Mining Claim Does Not Supplant State Mining Law, State Appellate Court Rules, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#10
California Fights EPA Decision Allowing Continued Use of Chlorpyrifos Pesticide, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#4
EPA May Need to Look at Neonicotinoid Effects on Endangered Species, Court Rules, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#13
Los Angeles Water Board Settles Case Against U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#6
OEHHA Proposes Minor Changes to Regulations Governing Contents of Notices of Violation, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#18
9th Circuit Grants EPA Request to Delay Dispute Over California Diesel Rule, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#10
State Appellate Court Orders More CEQA Review for Community College Project , Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#11
Superior Court Tosses Chromium-6 Drinking Water Standard, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#12
Dept. of Toxic Substances Control Announces Enforcement Against Metal Recycling Plants , Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#4
Federal Land Managers Agree to Pause Oil and Gas Leasing to Analyze Impacts of Fracking, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#5
Delay to Listing of Whitebark Pine Did Not Violate Endangered Species Act, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#9
Big Lots Settles Hazardous Waste Case for $3.5 Million , Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#4
Valero and Chevron Reach Settlements with Bay Area Air quality Regulators , Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#5
California AG Sues Interior Department Over Royalty Payments and Coal Leasing, Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#1
Biomass Company Settles Hazardous Waste Case for $4.2 Million, Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#2
State Supreme Court Questions Power of CEQA to Affect a State-Owned Rail Project, Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#7
State High Court Weighs Move to Restrict Seawalls in the Age of Sea Level Rise, Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#8
California Supreme Court Hears Dispute Over Climate Change Analysis in CEQA Reviews, Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#9
State Reaches $2 Million Settlement for Cleanup of Polluted Orange County Site, Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#3
OEHHA Will Consider Process to Establish Permissible Lead Levels in Certain Candies, Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#12
San Diego and regional water board reach $3.2 million deal over sediment pollution, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#6
Environmental group settles water pollution claim against California Resources Corp. , Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#7
Counties reach $1.12 million settlement with Dollar General over hazardous waste, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#8
AG Concludes that Settlement of Private Enforcement Action is Void, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#13
California Attorney General Moves Against Trump Administration on Several Fronts, Volume 30, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2017 Story#3
State Appellate Court Upholds California's Cap-and-Trade Auctions, Volume 30, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2017 Story#6
Amended Complaint Seeks to Preserve Unfair Competition Claim Against Makers of Electronic Cigarettes, Volume 30, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2016 Story#13
Department of Pesticide Regulation sets New Limits on Widely-Used Fumigant, Volume 30, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2016 Story#6
Environmental Groups Announce First Prop. 65 Settlement Covering Oil and Gas Wastewater Pits, Volume 30, Issue 5-6 Date=8/31/2016 Story#19
Tentative Ruling Upholds Lead Safe Harbor Level, Volume 29, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2016 Story#2
Settlement Over Lead in Cookies Could Be Template for Future Snack Food Settlements, Volume 29, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2016 Story#8
Appellate Court Upholds Lower Court Decision on Determining Safe Harbor Level for Lead, Volume 28, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2015 Story#21
First Round in Acrylamide in Coffee Trial Goes to Plaintiff , Volume 29, Issue 2 & 3 Date=7/17/2015 Story#7
Trial Judge Cannot Modify Agreed Upon Attorneys' Fees in Prop. 65 Settlement, Volume 29, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2015 Story#8
Lumber Liquidators Defamation Suit Bounced Under State Anti-SLAPP Law, Volume 28, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2015 Story#13
OEHHA to Allow Service of 60-Day Notices Electronically, Volume 23, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2009 Story#15
ELF Targets Lead in Fruit Juice and Canned Fruits, Volume 24, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2010 Story#13
Settlement Requires Avgas Suppliers to Post Warnings and Move Toward Lead Free Gas, Volume 28, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2015 Story#4
Company Sues Over New California Furniture Flammability Standards, Volume 27, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2014 Story#5
Judge Answers Numerous Questions About Application of Safe Harbor Lead Levels in Baby Food Decision, Volume 27, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2013 Story#5
Plaintiff Groups Launch Assault on Furniture Manufacturers Over Tris, Volume 26, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2013 Story#19
Judge Concludes that Dietary Supplements are Foods for Purpose of Prop. 65 Exemption, Volume 26, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2013 Story#17
Bill Introduced to Allow Target of Prop. 65 Notices to Cure Violation Prior to Suit, Volume 26, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2013 Story#8
Several Settlements Approved in Bounce House Cases, Volume 25, Issue 13 and 14 Date=12/21/2011 Story#20
New Legislation Ends Protection for Signatories of Lead-in-Jewelry Consent Decree, Volume 25, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2011 Story#20
Settlement Sets Standard for Cadmium Content in Jewelry, Volume 25, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2011 Story#9
Appellate Court Finds that General Liability Policy Does Not Require Defense of Prop. 65 Claim, Volume 25, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2011 Story#18
Appeal Tests Whether Insurers Have An Obligation to Defend Against Prop. 65 Claims, Volume 24, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2011 Story#19
Fishing Group Uses Prop. 65 to Go After Auto Dismantler, Volume 24, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2010 Story#7
Appellate Court Rules That Federal Law Does Not Preempt Prop. 65 Warning Over Grilled Chicken, Volume 24, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2010 Story#3
Attorney General Goes After Manufacturers of Children's Bounce Houses, Volume 24, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2010 Story#7
Attorneys Fare Best In Prop. 65 Settlements, Volume 24, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2010 Story#14
Settlement May Establish Standards for Lead in Purses, Volume 23, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2010 Story#24
Suit Filed Against Fish Oil Supplements Despite Some of Them Meeting Safe Harbor Levels, Volume 23, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2010 Story#15
Attorney General Goes After Electronic Cigarettes, Volume 23, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2010 Story#20

LOCAL AIR DISTRICTS

L.A. County Supervisor Hilda Solis Joins South Coast Air District Board, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#18
Sacramento Air District Hires New Executive Director, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#14
Riverside County Supervisor Marion Ashley joins South Coast Air Quality Management District Board, Volume 30, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2017 Story#14
BAAQMD Adopts Two New Refinery Rules, Volume 29, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2016 Story#8
San Joaquin District Proposes Changes to Indirect Source Rule, Volume 29, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2016 Story#9
SCAQMD Board Shaves Staff's RECLAIM Shave, Volume 29, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/21/2015 Story#13
BAAQMD Adopts First Three Rules of Refinery Strategy, Volume 29, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/21/2015 Story#14
San Joaquin Valley Proposes Changes to Its New Source Rule, Volume 29, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/21/2015 Story#15
SCAQMD Releases Proposed Changes in Architectural Coatings Rules, Volume 29, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2015 Story#18
BAAQMD Launches Policy That Will Adopt Multiple Rules Governing Refinery Operations, Volume 28, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2015 Story#8
SCAQMD Will Change Its Oil and Gas Well Reporting Rule to Conform With SB 4, Volume 28, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2015 Story#9
SCAQMD Prepares to Change Toxic Rules to Conform With New OEHHA Guidelines, Volume 28, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2015 Story#8
SCAQMD to Amend Oil and Gas Well Rule to Limit Odor Issues, Volume 28, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2015 Story#9
SCAQMD Proposes New Rule Governing Rendering Facilities, Volume 28, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2015 Story#10
BAAQMD to Strengthen Wood Burning Rule, Volume 28, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2015 Story#2
BAAQMD Proposing Two New Refinery Rules, Volume 28, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2015 Story#10
Amendments Proposed to SCAQMD Commute Rule to Facilitate Employer-Generated Commuter Reduction Plans, Volume 28, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2015 Story#11
Sacramento AQMD Adopts CEQA Thresholds of Significance for Greenhouse Gases, Volume 28, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2014 Story#9
SCAQMD Proposal Would Allow Employers to Meet Commute Rule Targets Through Installation of Electric , Volume 28, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2014 Story#10
SCAQMD Seeks to Limit Odors from Oil and Gas Wells, Volume 28, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2014 Story#11
San Joaquin Valley District Will Exempt Several Activities From Permitting Requirements, Volume 28, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2014 Story#12
SJVUAPCD Will Amend Residential Wood Burning Rule, Volume 28, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2014 Story#11
SCAQMD Will Give Furnace Manufacturers Extra Time to Comply, Volume 28, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2014 Story#12
South Coast AQMD Will Adopt New Rule Covering Commercial Food Ovens, Volume 27, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2014 Story#14
San Joaquin Valley District Considering Changes to Wood Burning Rule, Volume 27, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2014 Story#15
BAAQMD Set to Raise Fees, Volume 27, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2014 Story#12
SCAQMD To Amend Printing Rule, Volume 27, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2014 Story#6
South Coast AQMD Moving Forward With Amendments to Adhesives and Sealant Rule, Volume 27, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2013 Story#20
BAAQMD and MTC Propose Rule Requiring Employers to Provide Commute Incentives, Volume 27, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2013 Story#13
SCAQMD to Impose New Limits on Emissions from Refinery Coking Operations, Volume 26, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2013 Story#20
BAAQMD Proposes Comprehensive Refinery Tracking and Emissions Control Rule, Volume 26, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2013 Story#23
SCAQMD Adopts Backstop Measure Over Objections of Ports, Volume 26, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2013 Story#9
BAAQMD Proposes Further Fee Increases, Volume 26, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2013 Story#10
Sacramento District Will Increase Penalties Assessed as Part of Settlement Agreements, Volume 26, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2013 Story#11
SJVUAPCD Proposes to Exempt Certain Compounds from VOC Definition, Volume 26, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2013 Story#12
SCAQMD Changes Will Increase Number of No Burn Days, Volume 26, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2013 Story#13
SCAQMD Releases Draft of New Drilling and Fracking Rule, Volume 26, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2013 Story#15
BAAQMD to Adopt Series of Open Burning Fees, Volume 26, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2013 Story#16
Revisions to SCAQMD Coatings Rule Will Significantly Reduce Emissions, Volume 26, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2012 Story#7
SCAQMD Will Add New Exemptions from Its Permitting Requirements, Volume 26, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2012 Story#8
Sacramento District Will Consider Changes to New Source Rules, Volume 26, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2012 Story#9
Sacramento District Working on New Permitting Manual, Volume 26, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2012 Story#10
Bay Area AQMD Releases New Drafts of Metal Melting and Recycling Rules, Volume 26, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2012 Story#2
SCAQMD Will Give Biogas Fueled Engines Extra Time to Comply With New Limits, Volume 25, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2012 Story#16
BAAQMD Proposes Major Changes to New Source and PSD Rules, Volume 25, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2012 Story#23
SCAQMD Proposes Changes to its Gasoline Transfer Rule, Volume 25, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2012 Story#24
San Joaquin Valley District Will Amend Two Oil Production Rules, Volume 25, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2011 Story#10
SCAQMD Looking at Possible LPG Transfer Rule, Volume 25, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2011 Story#11
SCAQMD Will Provide Alternative Test Methods for Petroleum Storage Rule, Volume 25, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2011 Story#12
San Joaquin District Releases New Draft of GHG Banking Proposal, Volume 25, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2011 Story#13
BAAQMD Proposed Rule Covers Vacuum Trucks, Volume 25, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2011 Story#2
Valley District Releases New Draft of Internal Combustion Engines Rule, Volume 25, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2011 Story#15
San Joaquin Valley District Releases New Draft of Compost Rule, Volume 25, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2011 Story#16
South Coast AQMD Proposes Changes to Employee Commute Rule, Volume 25, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2011 Story#17
BAAQMD Proposes New Rule Covering Metal Melting Operations, Volume 25, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2011 Story#18
Sacramento District Will Scrap Commitment to Adopt Indirect Source Rule, Volume 25, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2011 Story#11
SCAQMD Proposes Amendments to Metal Coating Rule, Volume 25, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2011 Story#12
SCAQMD Considering Permit Amnesty and Small Business Fee Discount, Volume 24, Issue 23 Date=5/17/2011 Story#3
Monterey Bay District Looking at GHG CEQA Thresholds of Significance, Volume 24, Issue 23 Date=5/17/2011 Story#4
San Joaquin Proposes to Take Over Federal PSD Program, Volume 24, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2011 Story#16
BAAQMD Will Extend Compliance Dates in Boiler Rule, Volume 24, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2011 Story#17
SCAQMD Expects PM2.5 NSR Will Have Little or No Impact, Volume 24, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2011 Story#18
SCAQMD Adopts Controversial Offset Credits and Federal Fee Rules, Volume 24, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2011 Story#16
San Joaquin Valley District Proposes Its Own Federal Fee Rule, Volume 24, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2011 Story#17
BAAQMD Proposes Major Increases in Fees, Volume 24, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2011 Story#18
SCAQMD Releases Proposed Greenwaste Composting Rule, Volume 24, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2011 Story#23
SCAQMD Will Delay Compliance Date for Miscellaneous Combustion Sources, Volume 24, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2011 Story#24
South Coast District Will Amend Paint Rule, Volume 24, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2011 Story#6
BAAQMD Rule Will Exempt Low-Use Agricultural Engines, Volume 24, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2011 Story#7
SCAQMD Facing EPA Sanctions Deadline Tries Once Again to Adopt Major Source Fee Rule, Volume 24, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2011 Story#5
San Joaquin Valley District Will Amend its NSR Rule to Deal With PM2.5 Attainment, Volume 24, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2010 Story#24
SCAQMD to Adopt New Emissions Tracking System Rule, Volume 24, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2010 Story#23
San Joaquin Valley District Releases Draft of Delayed Compost Rule, Volume 24, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2010 Story#13
SCAQMD to Put Fees Increases on Automatic Pilot, Volume 24, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2010 Story#14
Changes to Sacramento New Source Rule Will Require More Offsets and Use of BACT, Volume 24, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2010 Story#9
Sacramento AQMD Considering Construction Rule Based on San Joaquin Indirect Source Rule, Volume 24, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2010 Story#16
San Joaquin Valley District Previews Changes to IC Engines Rule, Volume 24, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2010 Story#17
Changes Proposed In SCAQMD Employer Rule, Volume 24, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2010 Story#18
San Joaquin Valley District Will Lower Threshold for Application of Dairy Rule, Volume 23, Issue 23 Date=5/17/2010 Story#7
South Coast AQMD Will Add VOC Content Limits for Lubricants and Metalworking Fluids, Volume 23, Issue 23 Date=5/17/2010 Story#8
Bay Area AQMD to Raise Fees, Volume 23, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2010 Story#2
SCAQMD Proposes Six-Month Amnesty for Registration of Unpermitted Equipment, Volume 23, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2010 Story#19
San Joaquin Valley District Will Incorporate Limits on Sealants into Adhesives Rule, Volume 23, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2010 Story#20
SCAQMD Proposes Amendments to Lubricants Rule, Volume 23, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2010 Story#21
SCAQMD Proposes Numerous Adjustments in Fee Schedule, Volume 23, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2010 Story#22
BAAQMD Proposes Changes to Refinery Boiler Rule, Volume 23, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2010 Story#3
Sacramento AQMD to Adopt New Water Heater Rule, Volume 23, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2009 Story#3
San Joaquin Valley District Ready to Adopt Employer Commute Rule, Volume 23, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2009 Story#4
BAAQMD Revises Proposed Changes to Toxics New Source Rule to Conform to OEHHA Risk Assessment Proced, Volume 23, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2009 Story#2
SCAQMD Will Limit Emissions from Baghouses and Other Particulate Control Devices, Volume 23, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2009 Story#4
SCAQMD Will Expand Restaurant Rule to Cover Under-Fired Charbroilers, Volume 23, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2009 Story#5
SCAQMD Will Tighten Emissions from Furnaces, Volume 23, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2009 Story#6
BAAQMD to Tighten Polyester Resin Rule, Volume 23, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2009 Story#7
BAAQMD Will Strengthen Toxics Rule for Projects in Impacted Communities, Volume 23, Issue 4 Date=7/30/2009 Story#15
South Coast AQMD to Exempt Three Compounds from VOC Definition, Volume 23, Issue 3 Date=7/14/2009 Story#20
Sacramento APCD Will Lower Threshold for Fireplace Curtailment, Volume 23, Issue 3 Date=7/14/2009 Story#21
San Joaquin Valley District Releases Details of Trip Reduction Rule, Volume 23, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2009 Story#16
San Joaquin Valley District Proposes Changes to Metal and Plastic Parts Coatings Rule, Volume 23, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2009 Story#17
SJVUAPCD Proposes Changes to Adhesives Rule, Volume 23, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2009 Story#18
San Joaquin Valley District to Adopt Major Revisions to Flare Rule, Volume 22, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2009 Story#16
SCAQMD Will Try Once Again to Enact Controversial Non-Attainment Fee, Volume 22, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2009 Story#2
BAAQMD Considering Faster Phaseout of Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaners, Volume 22, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2009 Story#3
San Joaquin District Begins Work on Small Boiler/Water Heater Rule, Volume 22, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2009 Story#6
Bay Area AQMD Proposing New Limits on Wood Products Coating, Volume 22, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2009 Story#7
SCAQMD to Amend Toxics Rules to Add Ethylbenzene, Volume 22, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2009 Story#8
SCAQMD Proposes Limited Fee Adjustments, Volume 22, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2009 Story#9
Bay Area AQMD Beginning Work on Indirect Source Rule, Volume 22, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2009 Story#10
San Joaquin Valley Begins Process of Tightening Dairy Rule, Volume 22, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2009 Story#11
SCAQMD Begins Work on Rule to Monitor LNG Impacts on Area, Volume 22, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2009 Story#12
San Joaquin Valley District Begins Work on Commute Rule, Volume 22, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2009 Story#17
South Coast AQMD's Indirect Source Rule Beginning to Take Shape, Volume 22, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2009 Story#18
Bay Area AQMD Proposes Major Fee Increases, Volume 22, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2009 Story#19
SCAQMD Will Proceed With Non-Attainment Fees Despite Criticism, Volume 22, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2009 Story#20
SCAQMD Will Extend Compliance Date for Some Solvent Cleaning and Degreaser Operations, Volume 22, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2009 Story#21
South Coast AQMD Forges Ahead With Solvent Rule Despite Industry Objections, Volume 22, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2009 Story#15
South Coast Chair's Four Point Initiative Includes Compliance Flexibility, Volume 22, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2009 Story#16
San Joaquin Valley District Will Tighten Residential Water Heater Rule, Volume 22, Issue 16 Date=1/29/2009 Story#6
BAAQMD to Adopt ARB Limits on Paints, Volume 22, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2009 Story#13
BAAQMD to Amend Dry Cleaning Regulation to Conform to ARB Requirements, Volume 22, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2009 Story#14
SJVUAPCD Seeks Comments on the Feasibility of Controls on Engines, Burning, and Biomass Incentives, Volume 22, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2009 Story#15
SJVUAPCD Will Look at Both ARB and SCAQMD Rules In Establishing New VOC Limits for Paints, Volume 22, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2008 Story#21
SJVUAPCD Will Expand Charbroiler Rule to Cover Underfired Units, Volume 22, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2008 Story#22
New SCAQMD Rule Will Cover Thousands of Combustion Sources, Volume 22, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2008 Story#23
SCAQMD Will Regulate Consumer Solvents and Thinners, Volume 22, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2008 Story#24
SCAQMD to Make Changes to Architectural Fees Rule, Volume 22, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2008 Story#25
SCAQMD Will Make Local Agencies Enforce Street Sweeper Requirements, Volume 22, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2008 Story#26
SCAQMD Will Regulate Industrial Lubricants, Volume 22, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2008 Story#22
BAAQMD to Tighten Bulk Plant Rules, Volume 22, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2008 Story#23
San Joaquin District Board Hearing on Changes to Combustion Rules, Volume 22, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2008 Story#16
SCAQMD Will Make Changes to Open Burning Rule, Volume 22, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2008 Story#17
Large Sources in SCAQMD Will Pay New Mitigation Fee, Volume 22, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2008 Story#19
SCAQMD Will Add to List of Emission Sources Not Requiring a Permit, Volume 22, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2008 Story#20
BAAQMD to Adopt Lower Emission Limits for Automobile Refinishing and Mobile Coating Operations, Volume 22, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2008 Story#21
BAAQMD Begins Work on New Clean Air Plan, Volume 22, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2008 Story#22
San Joaquin Will Tighten Its Wood Burning Rule, Volume 22, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2008 Story#23
Bay Area and San Joaquin District Will Tighten Graphic Arts Rules, Volume 22, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2008 Story#17
Cement Facility Emissions Lead to More Stringent Requirements by South Coast AQMD, Volume 22, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2008 Story#18
BAAQMD Set to Adopt Fireplace Rule, Volume 22, Issue 1 Date=6/17/2008 Story#16
SCAQMD Will Implement Additional Requirements for Off-Road Engines, Volume 21, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2008 Story#18
SCAQMD Working on Own Indirect Source Rule, Volume 21, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2008 Story#19
Details of San Joaquin Valley's District's Compost Rule Revealed, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#21
San Joaquin Will Make Rule Changes to Conform to Extreme Ozone Status, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#22
San Joaquin to Tighten Flare Rule, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#23
SCAQMD to Conform Scrapping Rule With ARB Requirements, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#24
Sacramento AQMD Will Tighten Solvent Rules, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#25
Sacramento Area Districts Will Seek Attainment Classification Change from EPA, Volume 21, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2008 Story#25
Sacramento AQMD Will Require Registration and Fees from Operators of Agricultural Engines, Volume 21, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2008 Story#26
South Coast AQMD to Raise Some Fees, Volume 21, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2008 Story#13
San Joaquin Begins Work on a Green Composting Rule, Volume 21, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2008 Story#12
San Joaquin May Be First to Regulate Digital Printing in Graphic Arts Rule, Volume 21, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2008 Story#11
SCAQMD Carbon Monoxide Rule Maintain Controls, Volume 21, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2007 Story#18
Bay Area AQMD To Develop Its Own Port Rule, Volume 21, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2007 Story#16
SCAQMD Prepares to Implement Additional Requirements for Off-Road Engines, Volume 21, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2007 Story#17
SCAQMD Will Extend Compliance Date for Litho Press Cleanup Requirements, Volume 21, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2007 Story#11
San Joaquin District Will Tighten Large Boiler Rule, Volume 21, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2007 Story#12
SCAQMD Will Require Paint Manufacturers and Sellers to Register and Pay Fees, Volume 21, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2007 Story#10
South Coast AQMD Planning Major Changes in Boiler Rule, Volume 21, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2007 Story#14
SCAQMD to Impose New Requirements Standby Emergency Engines, Volume 21, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2007 Story#15
San Joaquin Valley District Begins Implementation of Truck Retrofit Program, Volume 21, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2007 Story#13
Sacramento District Set to Adopt Rule Curtailing Fireplace Use, Volume 21, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2007 Story#23
San Diego APCD Will Tighten Adhesives Rule, Volume 21, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2007 Story#24
Bay Area AQMD Will Adopt New Fireplace Rule, Volume 21, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2007 Story#22
San Joaquin Valley District Will Expand Small Boiler Rule to Cover Schools and Other Exempt Sources, Volume 21, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2007 Story#21
BAAQMD to Limit Coverage of New Restaurant Charbroiler Rule, Volume 21, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2007 Story#20
SCAQMD's Revised Draft of ICE Engine Rule, Volume 21, Issue 6 Date=8/30/2007 Story#16
Amendments Proposed to San Diego Gas Turbine Rule, Volume 21, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2007 Story#19
San Joaquin Valley District Releases Draft Environmental Justice Strategy, Volume 21, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2007 Story#20
SCAQMD Proposes Changes to Foam Products Rule, Volume 21, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2007 Story#22
SCAQMD Proposes Changes to Asbestos Rule, Volume 21, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2007 Story#23
San Joaquin Valley District Reveals Proposed Changes to Gasoline Transfer Rules, Volume 21, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2007 Story#24
BAAQMD Proposes Changes in Boiler Rules, Volume 21, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2007 Story#23
SJVAPCD Releases Details of Changes to Gas Turbine Rule, Volume 21, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2007 Story#23
San Diego APCD Releases 8-Hour Ozone Plan, Volume 20, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2007 Story#27
BAAQMD Begins Work on 2007 Ozone Strategy, Volume 20, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2007 Story#26
San Joaquin Valley District to Revise Soil Decontamination Rule, Volume 20, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2007 Story#24
Revisions Planned to San Joaquin Polystyrene Rule, Volume 20, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2007 Story#25
San Joaquin District Ready to Adopt Bioslids Rule, Volume 20, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2007 Story#21
San Joaquin District Will Require Vapor Recovery Testers Be Certified, Volume 20, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2007 Story#20
SCAQMD Will Amend Permit Exemption Rule, Volume 20, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2007 Story#18
SJVUAPCD Will Ban Burning of Orchard Removal Material, Volume 20, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2007 Story#19
BAAQMD Rule Will Regulate Emissions from Cooking Equipment, Volume 20, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2007 Story#17
BAAQMD Will Greatly Expand Coverage of Stationary Engine Rule, Volume 20, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2007 Story#16
SCAQMD Will Tighten Stationary Engine Rule, Volume 20, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2007 Story#16
SCAQMD Releases Draft of Tough New Fireplace Rule, Volume 20, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2007 Story#17
SJVUAPCD Workshop on Draft Ozone Plan, Volume 20, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2007 Story#18
SCAQMD Will Restrict Electrical Producers Access to Credits in Some Areas, Volume 20, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2007 Story#15
SCAQMD to Make Changes to RECLAIM Rules, Volume 20, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2007 Story#16
Monterey District Proposes New Rules, Volume 20, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2007 Story#17
San Joaquin Valley District Begins Work on Tightening of Gas Turbine Rule, Volume 20, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2006 Story#24
San Joaquin Valley District Releases Draft Changes in Solvent Cleaning Requirements for Eleven Rules, Volume 20, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2006 Story#21
South Coast Planning on Its Own Rules Covering Diesel Emissions from Engines, Volume 20, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2006 Story#22
San Joaquin Valley APCD to Amend Soil Decontamination Rule, Volume 20, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2006 Story#17
SJVUAPCD Compost Rule, Volume 20, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2006 Story#18
SCAQMD to Consider Adoption of Solid Waste Odor Rule, Volume 20, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2006 Story#19
SJVUAPCD Rejects Claims That New Source Review Exemption for Ag Sources Is Invalid, Volume 20, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2006 Story#15
SCAQMD Will Make Minor Changes to Asbestos Rule, Volume 20, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2006 Story#16
San Joaquin Valley District Will Revise Source Testing Policy Guidelines, Volume 20, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2006 Story#17
BRIEFS AND UPDATES, Volume 20, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2006 Story#18
Sacramento AQMD Beginning Work on Fireplace Control Measure, Volume 20, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2006 Story#18
SJVUAPCD Considering Significant Changes in Solvent-Cleaning Requirements, Volume 20, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2006 Story#19
South Coast AQMD to Amend Diesel Engine Rule, Volume 20, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2006 Story#20
BAAQMD Proposes Changes in Storage Tank Regulations, Volume 20, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2006 Story#20
SJVUAPCD Will Amend Rule on Polyethylene Foam Manufacturing, Volume 20, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2006 Story#21
Sacramento Takes Action to Regulate Agricultural Sources, Volume 20, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2006 Story#16
San Joaquin District Will Adopt ARB Automotive Coatings Rule, Volume 20, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2006 Story#17
Monterey District to Adopt Strict Building Removal Rule and to Update Other Rules, Volume 20, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2006 Story#18
SJVUAPCD Begins Work on Banning Burning of Orchard Waste, Volume 19, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2006 Story#22
BAAQMD Believes That Proposed Ag Rulemaking Will Have Little Impact, Volume 19, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2006 Story#23
BAAQMD Contemplates Lowering Limits on Gas Turbines, Volume 19, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2006 Story#24
New Version of SJVUAPCD School Bus Rule, Volume 19, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2006 Story#24
Bay Area and San Diego Districts Will Raise Fees, Volume 19, Issue 21 Date=4/17/2006 Story#18
San Joaquin District Releases Draft of Confined Animal Facility Rule, Volume 19, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2006 Story#6
SCAQMD Projects Large Increase in Fees, Volume 19, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2006 Story#7
San Joaquin District Moves to Tighten Oil Well Vent Rule, Volume 19, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2006 Story#18
Sacramento District Acts to Conform New Source Rule to Federal Requirements, Volume 19, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2006 Story#19
SCAQMD Will Consider Extension of Flexibility Requirements in Clean Fleet Rules, Volume 19, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2006 Story#20
SCAQMD to Consider Exemptions from Permit Requirements, Volume 19, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2006 Story#22
San Joaquin District Releases Details of Simplified Permitting System, Volume 19, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2006 Story#26
SCAQMD Proposes to Tighten Limits on Combustion Sources, Volume 19, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2006 Story#27
BAAQMD Considering Changes in its Refinery Flare Rule, Volume 19, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2006 Story#28
Monterey Bay UAPCD to Make Changes in its New Source Rule, Volume 19, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2006 Story#29
San Joaquin Valley District to Modify New Source Review Rule, Volume 19, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2005 Story#19
SJVUAPCD Will Adopt Rules Governing Wine Fermentation, Small Boilers, and Dryers, Volume 19, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2005 Story#20
SCAQMD Working on Rule to Limit Odors from Solid Waste Facilities, Volume 19, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2005 Story#21
BAAQMD Decides Not to Regulate Emissions from Refinery Secondary Wastewater Treatment and Blowdown S, Volume 19, Issue 9 Date=10/17/2005 Story#17
First of SCAQMD Railroad Rules Goes to Board for Adoption, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#20
BAAQMD Proposes Amendments to Its Marine Loading Rules, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#21
San Joaquin Valley District to Adopt Three New Rules, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#22
BAAQMD Identifies Four New Control Measures As Result of PM Study, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#23
SCAQMD to Amend Automotive Coating Rule to Conform to ARB Suggested Rule, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#24
SCAQMD To Give New Electric Facilities Access to Reserve Once Again and to Amend New Source Rule to, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#25
San Joaquin Reports Substantial Progress in Reducing Particulate Emissions, Volume 19, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2005 Story#25
BAAQMD to Make Major Changes in Refinery PRD Rule, Volume 19, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2005 Story#26
SCAQMD to Amend Metal Parts Coatings Rule, Volume 19, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2005 Story#27
Monterey District to Make Changes in Toxics Rule, Volume 19, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2005 Story#28
San Joaquin Revises Its General Plan Guidelines, Volume 19, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2005 Story#29
Slight Change in Final SJVUAPCD Cow Emission Factor, Volume 19, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2005 Story#22
SCAQMD Releases Draft Rule Limiting Risk at Facilities Near Schools, Volume 19, Issue 3 Date=7/18/2005 Story#18
SJVUAPCD Cow Emission Factor Disputed by Both Farmers and Environmentalists, Volume 19, Issue 3 Date=7/18/2005 Story#19
SJVUAPCD Releases New Draft of Rule to Limit Emissions from New Development, Volume 19, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2005 Story#22
San Joaquin Releases New Draft of Wine Fermentation and Storage Rule, Volume 19, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2005 Story#23
San Joaquin Releases First Draft of Dryer, Dehydrator, and Ovens Rule, Volume 19, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2005 Story#24
San Joaquin to Adopt Water Heater and Furnace Rules, Volume 19, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2005 Story#24
Local Districts List New Particulate Measures for Implementation, Volume 18, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2005 Story#20
San Joaquin District Set to Subject Ag Engines to Emission Limits, Volume 18, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2005 Story#21
BAAQMD to Incorporate Toxics Policies into New Rule, Volume 18, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2005 Story#22
SCAQMD Rule Revisions Will Impact Agriculture, Volume 18, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2005 Story#17
San Diego APCD to Raise Fees, Volume 18, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2005 Story#18
SCAQMD Determines It Does Not Need New Particulate Measures, Volume 18, Issue 22 Date=4/28/2005 Story#17
SJVUAPCD to Phase Out Some Agricultural Burning, Volume 18, Issue 22 Date=4/28/2005 Story#18
SCAQMD to Further Amend RECLAIM Regulations, Volume 18, Issue 22 Date=4/28/2005 Story#19
SCAQMD Will Amend Solvent Cleaning Rule, Volume 18, Issue 22 Date=4/28/2005 Story#20
SCAQMD Going Through Annual Fee Adjustment and Budget Processes, Volume 18, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2005 Story#19
SJVUAPCD To Consider Changes to New Source Rule, Volume 18, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2005 Story#20
SCAQMD to Make Changes to Polyester Resin Regulation, Volume 18, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2005 Story#21
San Joaquin District Begins Work on Composting Rule, Volume 18, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2005 Story#10
SCAQMD Proposing New Rules to Limit Railroad Operations, Volume 18, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2005 Story#11
BAAQMD Proposing New Controls on Refinery Flares, Volume 18, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2005 Story#13
SCAQMD Will Amend Organic Storage Rule to Eliminate H2S Standard, Volume 18, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2005 Story#14
San Joaquin to Develop Simplified Permitting Procedure, Volume 18, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2005 Story#16
Sacramento Establishes Asbestos Fees, Volume 18, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2005 Story#18
Sacramento AQMD Lays Out New Control Measures, Volume 18, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2005 Story#19
SCAQMD to Amend Engine Rule, Volume 18, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2005 Story#20
Sacramento AQMD to Ease Turbine Rule, Volume 18, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2005 Story#21
Sacramento AQMD Rule Change Will Require Offsets from More Sources, Volume 18, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2005 Story#21
SCAQMD to Amend Solvents Rule, Volume 18, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2005 Story#22
SCAQMD to Amend Toxics Rules to Adopt New OEHHA Risk Values, Volume 18, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2005 Story#23
SJVUAPCD Releases Latest Draft of Organic Liquid Storage Rule, Volume 18, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2005 Story#24
SJVUAPCD Releases New Draft of Rule Revisions Eliminating Ag Exemption for Engines, Volume 18, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2005 Story#25
San Joaquin and Kern Districts to Discuss 8-Hour Ozone Planning, Volume 18, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2004 Story#24
San Joaquin's Amendments to New Source Review Rule, Volume 18, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2004 Story#25
San Joaquin to Hold Workshops on Small Boiler Rule, Volume 18, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2004 Story#26
SJVUAPCD Considering Modifying Rule Governing Larger Boilers, Volume 18, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2004 Story#27
SCAQMD Proposal for More Stringent Requirements Near Schools Draws Fire, Volume 18, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2004 Story#16
SCAQMD Schedules Workshops on General Plan Guidance, Volume 18, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2004 Story#17
Sacramento AQMD to Amend Boiler Rule, Volume 18, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2004 Story#12
SCAQMD Prepares to Require Permitting of Agricultural Sources, Volume 18, Issue 10 Date=10/29/2004 Story#10
San Joaquin Releases Details of Winery Rule, Volume 18, Issue 9 Date=10/18/2004 Story#8
BAAQMD to Provide Offsets to Fewer Small Sources, Volume 18, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2004 Story#13
San Diego APCD to Implement Enhanced Vapor Recovery Program, Volume 18, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2004 Story#9
BAAQMD Ready with Refinery Wastewater Rule, Volume 18, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2004 Story#9
SCAQMD Proposes Changes in Adhesive and Sealant Rule, Volume 18, Issue 4 Date=7/29/2004 Story#17
New SCAQMD Rule Will Target Aggregate Operations, Volume 18, Issue 4 Date=7/29/2004 Story#18
Monterey Bay District Proposes Changes in Burning Rules, Volume 18, Issue 4 Date=7/29/2004 Story#18
Monterey Bay Releases Draft of New Clean Air Plan, Volume 18, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2004 Story#23
New APCO For Sacramento, Volume 18, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2004 Story#24
SCAQMD Proposes Changes in Degreaser Rule, Volume 18, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2004 Story#25
Considering Extending Deadline for Alternatives in Public Fleet Rules, Volume 17, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2004 Story#19
SCAQMD Proposes Rule Covering Livestock Waste Emissions, Volume 17, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2004 Story#20
SCAQMD Will Amend Polyester Resin Rule, Volume 17, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2004 Story#21
SJVAPCD Releases BACT Analysis for Dairies, Volume 17, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2004 Story#22
Monterey Bay District Will Raise Fees and Establish Protocol, Volume 17, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2004 Story#23
BAAQMD to Regulate Refinery Wastewater Control Systems, Volume 17, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2004 Story#23
SJVAPCD Begins Work on Rule for Small Combustion Sources, Volume 17, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2004 Story#24
Lawsuit Settlement Commits SCAQMD to Improve RECLAIM Enforcement, Volume 17, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2004 Story#20
SJVUACPD Proposes Amendments to Fugitive Dust Rules, Volume 17, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2004 Story#21
SJVUAPCD to Amend Oil Field Steam Generator Rule, Volume 17, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2004 Story#22
SJVUAPCD Will Eliminate Ag Exemptions from Visibility and Combustion Engine Rules, Volume 17, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2004 Story#23
SJVUAPCD Issues Draft Cotton Gin Rule, Volume 17, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2004 Story#24
SJVUAPCD Releases Details of School Bus Rule, Volume 17, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2004 Story#25
SCAQMD Releases Draft Air Quality Element for Local Plans, Volume 17, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2004 Story#26
SJVUAPCD Changes to Boiler Rule Will Have Minor Impact, Volume 17, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2004 Story#27
SJVUAPCD Releases Draft of Ag Rules, Volume 17, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2004 Story#8
BAAQMD to Raise Fees, Volume 17, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2004 Story#9
San Joaquin Releases Draft of Indirect Source Rule, Volume 17, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2004 Story#14
SCAQMD's New Toxics Study Will Look at Non-Cancer Risks, Volume 17, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2004 Story#15
San Joaquin Releases New Drafts of Oil and Gas Fugitive Rules, Volume 17, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2004 Story#21
SCAQMD Workshop on New Diesel Engine Rule, Volume 17, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2004 Story#21
SCAQMD Board Hearing on Employee Commute Rule, Volume 17, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2004 Story#22
San Joaquin District's Ambitious Rulemaking Schedule, Volume 17, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2004 Story#11
San Joaquin Begins Work on Wine Fermentation Rule, Volume 17, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2004 Story#12
San Joaquin Begins Work on School Bus Fleet Rule, Volume 17, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2004 Story#13
South Coast's Amendments to Fugitive Dust Rules, Volume 17, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2004 Story#14
Ventura Believes It Will Meet Ozone Standard by 2005, Volume 17, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2004 Story#15
SJVUAPCD Expected to Seek Extreme Ozone Nonattainment Status, Volume 17, Issue 13 Date=12/18/2003 Story#25
SCAQMD Changes in Paint Rule Likely to Trigger Lawsuits, Volume 17, Issue 13 Date=12/18/2003 Story#26
BAAQMD Provides Details on Two New Refinery Rules, Volume 17, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2003 Story#15
BAAQMD Give Public More Options to File Complaints, Volume 17, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2003 Story#16
SJVUAPCD to Make Changes in Recently Adopted PM10 Attainment Plan, Volume 17, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2003 Story#17
SJVUAPCD Staff Proposes Further Changes in Liquid Storage Rule, Volume 17, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2003 Story#18
New CEO for the BAAQMD, Volume 17, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2003 Story#18
BAAQMD to Amend Marine Loading Rules, Volume 17, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2003 Story#19
SCAQMD to Revise Paint Rule, Volume 17, Issue 6 Date=8/29/2003 Story#14
SCAQMD Will Eliminate Exemption for Paint Cleaning Equipment from Solvents Rule, Volume 17, Issue 6 Date=8/29/2003 Story#15
SCAQMD Will Regulate Oil and Gas Production Operations, Volume 17, Issue 6 Date=8/29/2003 Story#16
SCAQMD Begins Process of Bringing Power Plants Back into Reclaim, Volume 17, Issue 6 Date=8/29/2003 Story#17
SJVUAPCD to Regulate Cotton Gins, Volume 17, Issue 6 Date=8/29/2003 Story#18
SJVUACPD to Amend Rule on Can Manufacturers, Volume 17, Issue 6 Date=8/29/2003 Story#19
SJVUAPCD Issues Draft Rules Covering Oil and Gas Fugitives, Volume 17, Issue 6 Date=8/29/2003 Story#20
SCAQMD to Bring Power Plants Back into RECLAIM, Volume 17, Issue 1 Date=6/16/2003 Story#27
SCAQMD Will Use CEQA to Promote Environmental Justice, Volume 17, Issue 1 Date=6/16/2003 Story#28
SJVUAPCD Releases Latest Fireplace Rule, Volume 16, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2003 Story#28
SCAQMD Considers Changes to Permit Exemptions, Volume 16, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2003 Story#27
BAAQMD Proposes Rule on Refinery Flares, Volume 16, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2003 Story#26
BAAQMD Seeks Public Input on New Clean Air Plan, Volume 16, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2003 Story#32
SCAQMD's 2003 Budget and Fee Proposals, Volume 16, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2003 Story#33
SCAQMD to Lighten Record Keeping Requirements for Some VOC Users, Volume 16, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2003 Story#33
SJVUAPCD to Tighten Leak Rules for Petroleum and Chemical Facilities, Volume 16, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2003 Story#18
SCAQMD to Add MTBE to TAC Rules, Volume 16, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2003 Story#17
SCAQMD Proposing Further Controls on Metal Platers, Volume 16, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2003 Story#16
Changes in SCAQMD Commute Rule May Raise Employers' Costs, Volume 16, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2003 Story#15
SCAQMD to Hold Workshops on Draft Clean Air Plan, Volume 16, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2003 Story#14
BAAQMD Begins Work on Next Attainment Plan, Volume 16, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2003 Story#29
BAAQMD to Modify Title V Rules to Meet Terms of EPA Settlement, Volume 16, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2003 Story#30
Monterey Bay UAPCD to Modify Toxics Rule, Volume 16, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2003 Story#31
Sacramento Begins Work on New Clean Air Plan, Volume 16, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2003 Story#11
Changes in Leadership at BAAQMD, Volume 16, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2003 Story#12
Burke Reassumes SCAQMD Chair and Proposes New Programs, Volume 16, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2003 Story#13
Anger Directed at SJVUAPCD over Fireplace Ban, Volume 16, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2002 Story#27
SJVUAPCD Proposes New Controls on Internal Combustion Engines, Volume 16, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2002 Story#28
SJVUAPCD Proposes New Requirements for Boilers, Generators, and Process Heaters, Volume 16, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2002 Story#29
SCAQMD Seeks Emission Reductions from Dairy Waste, Volume 16, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2002 Story#30
SJVUAPCD to Remove Exemption for Westside Combustion Sources, Volume 16, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2002 Story#27
SCAQMD to Consider Paint, Solvent Degreaser, and Compost Rules, Volume 16, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2002 Story#28
BAAQMD to Make Minor Change in Equipment Leak Rule, Volume 16, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2002 Story#29
BAAQMD Approves Grants for 33 Projects to Reduce Motor Vehicle Emissions, Volume 16, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2002 Story#30
SCAQMD Proposes Changes to Solvent Degreaser Rule, Volume 16, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2002 Story#16
SCAQMD to Add Risk Values for Two Chemicals to Toxic Rules, Volume 16, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2002 Story#17
SCAQMD Previews New Measures for 2003 AQMP, Volume 16, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2002 Story#22
Work Continues on SCAQMD Dry Cleaner Rule, Volume 16, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2002 Story#23
Sacramento AQMD to Adopt Emissions Fee, Volume 16, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2002 Story#19
Sacramento AQMD Considering Changes to Gasoline Transfer Rule, Volume 16, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2002 Story#20
SJVUAPCD to Amend New Source Rule, Volume 16, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2002 Story#21
Bay Area AQMD Considering Changes in Marine Loading Rules, Volume 16, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2002 Story#22
SCAQMD Proposes Amendments to Marine Vessel Credit Generation Rule, Volume 16, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2002 Story#23
SCAQMD Proposes Changes in Vehicle Scrapping Rule, Volume 16, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2002 Story#24
SCAQMD Begins Work on Petroleum and Chemical Leaks Rule, Volume 16, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2002 Story#25
District to Reopen Paint Rule in Response to Court Ruling, Volume 16, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2002 Story#26
BAAQMD Begins Work on Refinery Flare Monitoring Rule, Volume 16, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2002 Story#27
EPA Set to Upgrade Santa Barbara Area As in Attainment of Federal Ozone Standard, Volume 16, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2002 Story#25
San Diego APCD Preparing to Request Attainment Designation for Federal Ozone Standard, Volume 16, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2002 Story#26
San Diego APCD to Adopt State Asbestos Surfacing Rule, Volume 16, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2002 Story#27
BAAQMD Proposes Changes in Vapor Recovery Requirements, Volume 16, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2002 Story#28
San Joaquin UAPCD to Adopt Smoke Management Plan, Volume 16, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2002 Story#29
BAAQMD Proposes Changes in Its Organic Storage Rule, Volume 16, Issue 2 Date=6/28/2002 Story#17
SJVUAPCD Releases Details of Changes in Combustion Rules, Volume 16, Issue 2 Date=6/28/2002 Story#18
EPA Proposes Approval of SCAQMD Variance Rule, Volume 16, Issue 2 Date=6/28/2002 Story#19
SCAQMD Adds New LAER/BACT Determinations, Volume 16, Issue 2 Date=6/28/2002 Story#20
Bay Area AQMD Amendments to Coating Rules, Volume 16, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2002 Story#20
Changes Proposed to BAAQMD Solvent Cleaning Rule, Volume 16, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2002 Story#21
BAAQMD to Exempt Methyl Acetate from VOC Definition in Adhesives Rule, Volume 16, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2002 Story#21
San Diego APCD to Amend Open Burning Rule, Volume 15, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2002 Story#23
SCAQMD to Amend Solvent Cleaning Rule, Volume 15, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2002 Story#24
Monterey District to Raise Fees, Volume 15, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2002 Story#25
San Joaquin Valley UAPCD Holds Workshops on Attainment Designation, Volume 15, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2002 Story#26
SJVUAPCD to Consider Adoption of Flare Rule, Volume 15, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2002 Story#27
SCAQMD to Amend Adhesive and Sealant Rule, Volume 15, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2002 Story#13
SCAQMD Begins Work on Dust Control Plan for Coachella Valley, Volume 15, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2002 Story#14
SCAQMD Compost Rule Raises Concerns over Greenwaste, Volume 15, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2002 Story#15
SJVUAPCD to Amend Gas Transfer Rule, Volume 15, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2002 Story#16
Shakeup at BAAQMD May Lead to Increased Enforcement, Volume 15, Issue 20 Date=3/29/2002 Story#17
Sacramento AQMD Proposes New Requirements for Solvent Cleaning and Degreasing, Volume 15, Issue 20 Date=3/29/2002 Story#18
SJVUAPCD Ready to Tighten Wood Burning Rule, Volume 15, Issue 20 Date=3/29/2002 Story#19
SCAQMD to Liberalize Marine Vessel Credit Rule, Volume 15, Issue 20 Date=3/29/2002 Story#20
SCAQMD to Liberalize Garbage Truck Rule, Volume 15, Issue 20 Date=3/29/2002 Story#21
SJVUAPCD to Make Changes Required by Reclassification, Volume 15, Issue 20 Date=3/29/2002 Story#22
BAAQMD Proposes Fee Increases, Volume 15, Issue 20 Date=3/29/2002 Story#23
Ventura District Looking for New APCO, Volume 15, Issue 19 Date=3/14/2002 Story#6
Sacramento Districts Revise CEQA Thresholds, Volume 15, Issue 19 Date=3/14/2002 Story#5
SJVUAPCD to Amend Boiler Rules to Meet EPA Objections, Volume 15, Issue 19 Date=3/14/2002 Story#4
San Diego APCD Upcoming Rule Adoptions, Volume 15, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2002 Story#16
SJVUAPCD to Adopt Charbroiler Rule, Volume 15, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2002 Story#15
SJVUAPCD Proposes Rules Covering Unregulated Sources, Volume 15, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2002 Story#14
SJVUAPCD Previews Emissions Fee, Volume 15, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2002 Story#13
SCAQMD to Amend Toxic Rules to Add New Risk Values, Volume 15, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2002 Story#26
Monterey Bay UAPCD to Adopt ARB Paint Rule, Volume 15, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2002 Story#27
SJVUAPCD Upcoming Rulemaking, Volume 15, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2002 Story#23
SCAQMD Proposes PM10 Rule for Woodworking Facilities, Volume 15, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2002 Story#24
SJVUAPCD's Gas Turbine Rule, Volume 15, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2001 Story#17
SCAQMD Proposes Stricter Smog Check Program for Desert Areas, Volume 15, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2001 Story#18
SCAQMD Warns Boiler Owners of Impending Deadlines, Volume 15, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2001 Story#19
SCAQMD and EPA Resolve Dispute over Recognizing Variances, Volume 15, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2001 Story#14
San Joaquin to Change Solvent Rules, Volume 15, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2001 Story#15
Sacramento District to Revise New Source Rule, Volume 15, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2001 Story#16
San Joaquin Valley APCD to Revise Organic Storage Rule, Volume 15, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2001 Story#17
SCAQMD to Amend Open Burning Rule, Volume 15, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2001 Story#18
SCAQMD Redefines What Constitutes a Clean Solvent, Volume 15, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2001 Story#21
SJVUAPCD to Adopt New Controls on Paints, Fugitive PM10 Emissions, and Visible Emissions, Volume 15, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2001 Story#22
SCAQMD to Phase Out Perchloroethylene Use by Dry Cleaners, Volume 15, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2001 Story#24
SCAQMD Looks at New Petroleum Storage Tank Rule, Volume 15, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2001 Story#25
SCAQMD to Extend Less Stringent Opacity Rule for Charbroilers, Volume 15, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2001 Story#26
SJVAPCD Releases New Drafts of Dust Rules, Volume 15, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2001 Story#27
Sacramento AQMD to Raise Fees, Volume 15, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2001 Story#28
San Diego APCD to Amend Architectural Coatings Rule, Volume 15, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2001 Story#29
San Diego APCD Adds New BACT Standards, Volume 15, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2001 Story#30
Bay Area Agencies to Hear Community Concerns About Clean Air Plan, Volume 15, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2001 Story#16
SCAQMD to Add Test Methods to Two Rules, Volume 15, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2001 Story#17
SCAQMD's New Rule on Composting Operations, Volume 15, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2001 Story#18
BAAQMD to Amend Open Burning Rule, Volume 15, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2001 Story#24
SCAQMD to Allow Power Plants Access to Priority Reserve, Volume 15, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2001 Story#25
SCAQMD to Make Changes in its Employer Commute Program, Volume 15, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2001 Story#26
SCAQMD's Pilot Program for Truck Stop Credits, Volume 15, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2001 Story#27
CONFERENCES & COURSES, Volume 15, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2001 Story#29
San Diego APCD Proposes Four New Control Measures, Volume 15, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2001 Story#23
SCAQMD to Revise Polyester Resin Rule, Volume 15, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2001 Story#24
San Joaquin Distict Looking at Market Driven Control Program, Volume 14, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2001 Story#13
BAAQMD Proposes New Control Measures Due to EPA Rejection of Clean Air Plan, Volume 14, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2001 Story#14
Bay Area AQMD's New Rules on Standby Engines, Volume 14, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2001 Story#15
Sacramento AQMD to Make Changes in Banking Rules, Volume 14, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2001 Story#16
Sacramento AQMD to Adopt ARB Paint Rule, Volume 14, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2001 Story#17
San Diego APCD Will Raise Fees and Require Lawsuit Indemnification, Volume 14, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2001 Story#18
SCAQMD to Amend Solvent Degreaser Rule, Volume 14, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2001 Story#19
Monterey Bay UAPCD Will Raise Fees, Volume 14, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2001 Story#20
BAAQMD to Amend Adhesives Rule, Volume 14, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2001 Story#16
San Diego APCD Acts to Minimize Facilities Subject to Title V, Volume 14, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2001 Story#17
SJVUAPCD Proposes Major Changes to New Source and Title V Rules, Volume 14, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2001 Story#14
SJVUAPCD's Triennial Update, Volume 14, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2001 Story#15
Sacramento AQMD to Strengthen Paint Rule, Volume 14, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2001 Story#26
South Coast District Accepting Applications for Diesel Replacement Program, Volume 14, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2001 Story#27
SCAQMD School Bus Rule Scheduled for March Adoption, Volume 14, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2001 Story#28
SCAQMD Expands Operations Limits on Emergency Generators, Volume 14, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2001 Story#21
SCAQMD to Amend Soil Decontamination Rule, Volume 14, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2001 Story#22
San Joaquin Valley UAPCD Seeks Applicants for Heavy-Duty Engine Incentive Program, Volume 14, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2001 Story#23
San Joaquin VUAPCD Works on Solvent Degreasing Rule, Volume 14, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2001 Story#26
San Joaquin District to Adopt New Fee for Open Burning, Volume 14, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2001 Story#27
San Diego APCD to Increase Inspections in Response to ARB Critique, Volume 14, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2001 Story#28
San Diego APCD's Rule Adoption Schedule, Volume 14, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2001 Story#29
Bay Area AQMD to Eliminate Standby Engine Exemption, Volume 14, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2001 Story#30
SCAQMD Seeks Input on New Control Approaches, Volume 14, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2001 Story#31
SCAQMD to Ease Rules for Sources in Attainment Areas, Volume 14, Issue 13 Date=12/21/2000 Story#21
Monterey Bay UAPCD to Revise Solvent and Coating Rules, Volume 14, Issue 13 Date=12/21/2000 Story#22
BAAQMD Makes Changes in Its Permit Rules, Volume 14, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2000 Story#25
Bay Area AQMD's Reveals New Control Measures for Clean Air Plan Update, Volume 14, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2000 Story#15
San Diego APCD Reaches Agreement to Allow Use of Emergency Generators During Energy Shortage Without, Volume 14, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2000 Story#16
BAAQMD Seeks Members for Environmental Justice Group, Volume 14, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2000 Story#18
SCAQMD Considering New Rule Aimed at VOC Reductions from Spray Booths, Volume 14, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2000 Story#17
Sacramento AQMD to Amend Adhesives Rule, Volume 14, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2000 Story#16
San Joaquin to Amend Liquid Storage Rules, Volume 14, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2000 Story#17
SJVUAPCD to Hold Workshop on Title V, Volume 14, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2000 Story#18
SCAQMD Amendments to Dry Cleaner Rule Will Phase Out Some Older Machines, Volume 14, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2000 Story#19
Monterey Bay UAPCD to Amend CEQA Guidelines for Air Impacts, Volume 14, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2000 Story#20
SCAQMD Considering Streamlining of Record Keeping Requirements, Volume 14, Issue 3 Date=7/13/2000 Story#17
San Diego APCD to Tighten Gasoline Transfer Rule, Volume 14, Issue 3 Date=7/13/2000 Story#18
EPA Completes Approval of Santa Barbara's Ozone Nonattainment Plan, Volume 14, Issue 3 Date=7/13/2000 Story#19
Sacramento to Tighten Adhesives Rule, Volume 14, Issue 3 Date=7/13/2000 Story#20
SCAQMD to Revise Rule on Adhesive Applications, Volume 14, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2000 Story#17
SCAQMD to Revise Solvent Degreaser Rule, Volume 14, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2000 Story#18
BAAQMD Raises Fees, Volume 14, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2000 Story#19
BAAQMD to Discuss Further Changes in Permitting Regulations, Volume 14, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2000 Story#20
San Joaquin District to Initiate Burn Fee, Volume 14, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2000 Story#21
SJVUAPCD Looking at Possible PSD Delegation, Volume 14, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2000 Story#22
SCAQMD's Food Manufacturing and Processing Rule, Volume 14, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2000 Story#22
SCAQMD to Amend Toxics Rules to Incorporate New Chronic Risk Values, Volume 14, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2000 Story#23
San Joaquin Valley District to Allow Higher VOC Content for Dip Coatings, Volume 13, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2000 Story#18
SJVUAPCD Begins Work on Revising Paint Rule, Volume 13, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2000 Story#19
SCAQMD Chair Appointed to ARB, Volume 13, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2000 Story#20
SCAQMD Proposes to Require Use of Clean Fuel Street Sweepers, Volume 13, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2000 Story#21
San Joaquin Valley District's Proposed CEQA Guidelines, Volume 13, Issue 22 Date=4/27/2000 Story#9
San Joaquin Valley District Begins Revisions of Burn Rules, Volume 13, Issue 22 Date=4/27/2000 Story#10
SCAQMD to Allow Use of BACT Instead of LAER, Volume 13, Issue 22 Date=4/27/2000 Story#11
SCAQMD Set to Adopt New Controls on Gas Pumps, Volume 13, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2000 Story#8
BAAQMD Proposes Changes to Permit Rules, Volume 13, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2000 Story#10
Sacramento AQMD to Amend Alternative Compliance and Community Bank Rules, Volume 13, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2000 Story#11
Monterey Bay District Raises Fees, Volume 13, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2000 Story#12
San Diego APCD Proposes Some Fee Increases, Volume 13, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2000 Story#13
San Joaquin Valley UAPCD Begins Amendment of Organic Liquid Storage Rule, Volume 13, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2000 Story#15
SCAQMD Outlines Schedule for Clean Fleet Rules, Volume 13, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2000 Story#16
SCAQMD to Raise Fees, Volume 13, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2000 Story#17
SCAQMD Budget, Volume 13, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2000 Story#18
Employees Union Sues BAAQMD, Volume 13, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2000 Story#19
BAAQMD to Revise Ethylene Oxide Rule, Volume 13, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2000 Story#20
EPA Approves South Coast AQMD's Revised Clean Air Plan, Volume 13, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2000 Story#27
SCAQMD to Add Permit Exemptions, Volume 13, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2000 Story#28
SCAQMD Issues First Standard Permit, Volume 13, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2000 Story#29
San Diego APCD to Amend Stationary Engines Rule, Volume 13, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2000 Story#30
Santa Barbara Reaches Compliance With Federal Ozone Standard, Volume 13, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2000 Story#31
SCAQMD to Amend New Source Rule to Mandate BACT Instead of LAER, Volume 13, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2000 Story#21
Bay Area AQMD Lab Methods, Volume 13, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2000 Story#20
San Joaquin Valley UPACD Incorporation of MACT Standards, Volume 13, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2000 Story#19
Sacramento AQMD Adhesives Rule, Volume 13, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1999 Story#20
Ventura APCD to Use Air Quality Index Based on Challenged EPA Rule, Volume 13, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1999 Story#21
Bay Area AQMD to Revise Organics Storage Rule, Volume 13, Issue 7 Date=9/16/1999 Story#12
Changes to Bay Area AQMD's Contaminated Soil Rule, Volume 13, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1999 Story#22
BAAQMD, Volume 13, Issue 5 Date=8/16/1999 Story#16
Sacramento AQMD Proposes Changes to Graphic Arts Rule, Volume 13, Issue 5 Date=8/16/1999 Story#17
San Joaquin Valley District Looks at Options for Compliance With Particulate Rule, Volume 13, Issue 5 Date=8/16/1999 Story#18
Santa Barbara APCD to Adopt Adhesives Rule, Volume 13, Issue 5 Date=8/16/1999 Story#19
Renewal of Orange County's Sewage Permit Scheduled, Volume 11, Issue 15 Date=1/19/1998 Story#23
Monterey Bay UAPCD's New Enforcement Policies, Volume 11, Issue 15 Date=1/19/1998 Story#24

MATERIALS

Hazard ID Materials for Chlorpyrifos and Hexavalent Chromium Released, Volume 22, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2008 Story#20
ETS Materials Released, Volume 19, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2006 Story#13
Davis Bans LLRW from Class III Landfills After Vetoing More Stringent Ban, Volume 16, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2002 Story#5
CUPAs Critical of DTSC Mercury and Universal Waste Proposals, Volume 16, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2002 Story#6

MINING

Court Can Review EPA Decision on Bristol Bay Mining Project, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#10
Appellate Court Upholds CEQA Review of Aggregate Mine Expansion in Napa County, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#9
Governor Names New Member to State Water Board, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#6
Newsom's Most Recent Environmental Appointments, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#7
Legislative Analyst's Office Urges Improved Approach to Abandoned Mine Cleanups, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#18
State Inches Toward Lifting Suction Dredge Mining Moratorium, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#14
Appellate Court Clarifies Liability of Parent Corporation for Remediation of Mining Waste, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#13
Newsom Makes More Environmental Appointments, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#10
Appellate Court Rejects State Lands Commission Interpretation of Public Trust Doctrine, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#3
U.S. EPA Reaches $2 Million Settlement to Investigate Clean Up of Mercury Mine, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#6
Brown Makes Appointment to State Mining and Geology Board, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#7
9th Circuit Upholds Obama Era Curbs on Uranium Mining Near Grand Canyon, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#12
Mine's Vested Rights Claim Subject to Procedural Due Process Requirements, Volume 20, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2006 Story#23
Supreme Court Rules That State May Intervene to Challenge Local Approvals, Volume 19, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2005 Story#21
Director of Conservation Has No Enforcement Authority Under SMARA, Volume 16, Issue 24 Date=5/29/2003 Story#8
Mining Board Acts to Define Exemption for Agricultural Activities, Volume 10, Issue 23 Date=5/15/1997 Story#17

MISCELLANEOUS

Biden Administration Taps Martha Guzman as New EPA Region 9 Chief, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#10
Attorney General Taps Yana Garcia as Environmental Advisor, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#11
2021 Miscellaneous Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#11
Introduction to 2021 Enacted Legislation for the 2021-2022 Legislative Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#18
2021 Miscellaneous Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#13
Biden Issues Wave of Executive Actions to Push Environmental, Climate Action, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#9
2020 Miscellaneous Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#10
State Responds to Crude Oil Spill in Santa Barbara County, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#8
2020 Miscellaneous Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#11
EPA Chief Fires Region 9 Head, Names Former PG&E Attorney as Replacement, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#10
2019 Miscellaneous Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#12
2019 Miscellaneous Environmental Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#12
Governor’s Office of Planning and Research Issues Autonomous Vehicle Principles, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#7
2018 Miscellaneous Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#12
U.S. EPA Appoints Mike Stoker New Region 9 Chief, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#11
2018 Miscellaneous Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#11
Attorney General Forms New Environmental Justice Bureau, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#11
Brown Signs Bill to Put $4 Billion Bond on the June Ballot, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#9
State Water Board Proposes Added Oversight to Salton Sea Management Plan, Volume 31, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2017 Story#10
Santa Ana Water Board Names New Executive Officer, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#13
AG Names David Zonana as Adviser on Environmental Matters, Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#11
State Releases 10-Year Plan to Address Salton Sea's Decline, Volume 30, Issue 20 Date=4/ 1/2017 Story#2
Federal Programs Impact 2017 Bills, Volume 30, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2017 Story#17
Miscellaneous 2017 Bills, Volume 30, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2017 Story#18
California Air Resources Board hires first assistant executive officer for environmental justice, Volume 30, Issue 16 Date=2/ 1/2017 Story#9
Environmental attorney Kathleen Kenealy named acting Attorney General, Volume 30, Issues 14 & 15 Date=1/15/2017 Story#17
Legislative Update - Miscellaneous, Volume 30, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2016 Story#17
State proposes updates to environmental screening tool identifying disadvantaged communities, Volume 30, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2016 Story#12
Lahontan Water Board Approves Largest Mitigation Bank in California, Volume 29, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2016 Story#3
Region 9 Administrator Blumenfeld Resigns, Volume 29, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2016 Story#11
CalEPA Releases Draft of Pollution Burden Screening Tool, Volume 27, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2014 Story#7
Program to Encourage PACE Program Loans for Home Energy and Water Efficiency Improvements Commences, Volume 27, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2014 Story#2
CalEPA Drops Race and Ethnicity As Factors in EnvioScreen Scores, Volume 27, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2013 Story#12
City and LEA Are Separate Entities for Purposes of Environmental Justice Requirements, Volume 27, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2013 Story#9
CalEPA Releases Second Draft of Cumulative Impacts Assessment Tool, Volume 26, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2013 Story#12
Divergent Views on Use of Cumulative Impacts Assessment Tool, Volume 26, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2012 Story#4
CalEPA Releases Draft of Cumulative Impacts Assessment Tool, Volume 26, Issue 5&6 Date=8/31/2012 Story#11
California Supreme Court Holds that Liability Policies Can Be Stacked to Cover Entire Loss of Insure, Volume 26, Issue 5&6 Date=8/31/2012 Story#12
MISCELLANEOUS, Volume 25, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2012 Story#13
Top EPA Regional Official Named, Volume 23, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2009 Story#18
SIXTH ANNUAL FORUM OF THE CALIFORNIA BIOMASS COLLABORATIVE: CONSIDERING THE NET ENVIRONMENTAL AND SO, Volume 22, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2009 Story#4
FOURTH ANNUAL WESTERN BOOT CAMP ON ENVIRONMENTAL LAW--APRIL 22-24, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#26
PRIORITIZING CLIAMTE CHANGE MITIGATION TECHNOLOGIES BY COST-EFFECTIVENESS--APRIL 30, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#27
THE 10th ANNUAL LAW OF THE COLORADO RIVER--JUNE 26-27, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#28
CALIFORNIA AND THE FUTURE OF ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY--APRIL 10-11, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#24
SALINITY STAKEHOLDER WORKSHOPS--APRIL 10 AND APRIL 17, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#25
REINING IN THE RAIN: WATERSHED-FRIENDLY LOW IMPACT DEVELOPMENT--APRIL 21, 22, 23, and 24, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#26
LAND USE WHERE THE FOREST MEETS THE SEA--YOUR VOICE, YOUR FUTURE--MAY 2, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#27
2008 CALIFORNIA NPS CONFERENCE--MAY 5-7, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#28
CLIMATE CHANGE: A REGIONAL PERSPECTIVE ON A GLOBAL ISSUE--MAY 6-7, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#29
16th ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON CALIFORNIA WATER LAW--MAY 15-16, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#30
6th ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE CALIFORNIA CLIMATE ACTION REGISTRY--MAY 15-16, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#31
ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT: EMERGING ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA--JUNE 3, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#32
SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY AIR DISTRICT ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM—DECEMBER 6, Volume 20, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2006 Story#22
CAL-CUPA FORUM: SECOND ANNUAL CONFERENCE, Volume 13, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2000 Story#21

MULTIMEDIA

First CalEPA Environmental Justice Enforcement Initiative Completed in Fresno, Volume 28, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2015 Story#3
DTSC Will Not Have to Prepare Multimedia Impact Study for Proposed Regulations, Volume 26, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2013 Story#2
OEHHA Previews Screening Methodology for Cumulative Impacts, Volume 24, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2010 Story#6
Poll Shows Californians Still Favor Strong Environmental Regulation, Volume 24, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2010 Story#20
Environmental Groups Raise Alarm About Initiatives Limiting Fees, Volume 18, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2005 Story#1
Comments Requested on Principles for Environmental Education, Volume 18, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2004 Story#10
DHS Seeks Comments on Draft Environmental Lab Regulations, Volume 18, Issue 9 Date=10/18/2004 Story#6
New Poll Shows Support for Controversial Environmental Programs, Volume 18, Issue 4 Date=7/29/2004 Story#1
Task Force Report Concludes That Green Buildings More Than Pay for Cost, Volume 17, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2003 Story#26
State Poll Is Bad News for Davis on the Environment, Volume 17, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2003 Story#15
Statewide Poll Finds Californians Are Pessimistic on Environment, Volume 16, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2002 Story#20
OEHHA Releases List of Chemicals Possibly Dangerous to Schoolchildren, Volume 16, Issue 2 Date=6/28/2002 Story#3
EPIC Project Releases First Report, Volume 15, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2002 Story#23
U.S. EPA Releases Year 2000 TRI Inventory for California, Volume 15, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2002 Story#24

NATURAL RESOURCES

Newsom Boosts Energy and Drought Spending in Revised May Budget, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#4
Coastal Commission Nixes Plan for Huntington Beach Desalination Plant, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#2
State Auditor Calls for Closer Watch on Utility Wildfire Management Efforts, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#7
Newsom Administration Issues Updated Climate Adaptation Strategy, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#2
Newsom Makes Several New Environmental Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#8
Newsom Names New Head of Dept. of Pesticide Regulation, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#7
2021 Miscellaneous Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#11
Governor Newsom's Most Recent Environmental Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#5
Governor Names New Member to State Water Board, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#6
Newsom's Most Recent Environmental Appointments, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#7
2020 Climate Change Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#3
Newsom Pledges to Conserve 30 Percent of State's Land and Water by 2030, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#3
California Energy Commission Giving Short Shrift to Natural Gas, Industry Suit Claims, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#8
Natural Gas Group Sues CARB over New Electric Truck Sales Rule, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#7
Governor Newsom Makes Several Environmental Appointments, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#12
Newsom Announces Numerous Environmental Appointments, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#7
Newsom Makes Several Environmental Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#7
Newsom Names New Leaders in Oil and Gas Sector, Other Environmental Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2019 Story#8
Newsom Makes Environmental Appointments and Reappointments, Volume 33, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2019 Story#7
Newsom Makes Appointments to Natural Resources Agency, Other Agencies, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#11
Newsom Makes More Environmental Appointments, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#10
Brown Names a Senior Advisor for Forests and Makes Other Appointments, Volume 32, Issue 1 and 2 Date=7/ 1/2018 Story#6

NEPA

Federal Energy Regulators Seek Input on Offshore Wind Lease Requirements, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#6
California Attorney General Sues U.S. Postal Service Over Vehicle Fleet Plan, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#9
9th Circuit Issues Mixed Rulings on Forest Service Thinning Projects, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#7
Federal Regulators Approve Three Major Solar Farms in Riverside County, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#2
Feds Issue Draft Environmental Review of Offshore Wind Leasing in Northern California, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#3
Federal Government Kickstarts Review of Offshore Wind Development off Morro Bay, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#5
Court Upholds Environmental Review for San Bernardino Amazon Air Cargo Facility, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#11
9th Circuit Tosses NEPA Case over Alaska Oil Drilling, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#7
BLM Issues Environmental Analysis of Three Solar Projects for California Desert, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#4
Trump Administration Sought Changes to Desert Renewable Energy Plan, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#2
Biden Issues Wave of Executive Actions to Push Environmental, Climate Action, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#9
9th Circuit Sides with CalTrans in Fight over Widening Road Near Redwoods, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#9
2020 CEQA Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#2
California Hits Trump Administration with New Bevy of Lawsuits, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#3
9th Circuit Orders Environmental Review of Mendocino National Forest Logging Project, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#6
U.S. Bureau of Land Management Proposes Kern County Oil and Gas Lease Sale, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#11
Trump Administration Nudges Shasta Dam Raise Project Forward, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#20
Federal Court Rejects Trump Bid to Scuttle Methane Waste Rules for Third Time, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#9
9th Circuit Upholds Environmental Review of Alaska Fossil Fuel Lease Sale, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#6
High-Speed Rail Authority Issues Draft EIR for Burbank to Los Angeles Route, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#1
Bureau of Reclamation Advances Several Water Projects to Aid Central Valley, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#11
High-Speed Rail Authority Issues Review of Proposed San Jose to Merced Route, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#2
Court Upholds Trump Administration Repeal of Obama-Era Fracking Rule, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#9
High-Speed Rail Authority Issues Bakersfield to Palmdale Route's Environmental Review, Volume 33, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2020 Story#1
California Sues Energy Department over Light Bulb Efficiency Rule, Volume 33, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2020 Story#6
State Sues Trump Administration Over Plan to Boost Delta Water Shipments, Volume 33, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2020 Story#3
State Sues Federal Aviation Administration over San Bernardino Airport Expansion, Volume 33, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2020 Story#5
District Court Nixes West Coast Fishing Permit Over Concerns for Leatherback Turtles, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#11
Bureau of Land Management Moves to Boost Oil and Gas Activity in Central California, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#18
Ninth Circuit Rejects Challenge to Southern California Wind Project, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#14
9th Circuit Approves Plan to Treat Tahoe National Forest for Insects and Disease, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#11
Federal Court Tosses Trump Administration Bid to Help Desert Water Export Plan, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#11
Trump Administration Issues Draft Review of Plan to Boost Delta Water Shipments, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#16
9th Circuit Revives Environmental Groups’ Suit over Idaho Wolf Killing, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#9
Federal Government Proposes Oil and Gas Plan for Bay Area to Central Valley, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#14
Court Blocks California Offshore Fracking Permits in Federal Waters, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#6
Environmental Groups Settle Litigation Over Riverside County Freeway Expansions , Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#5
Forest Service Grants Nestle New Permit to Bottle Water from Mountain Creek, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#17
9th Circuit Upholds Clean Water Act Permit for Newhall Ranch Project, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#8
Trump Administration Moves to Open California Coast to New Oil and Gas Drilling, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#21
9th Circuit Allows Navajo Nation Claim over Colorado River Water Rights to Proceed, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#11
Ninth Circuit Abandons Rule Blocking Intervention On Side of Government In NEPA Cases, Volume 24, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2011 Story#22
Ninth Circuit Rules That Terrorism Possibility Must Be Considered Under NEPA, Volume 20, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2006 Story#13
School Closure Is Exempt from CEQA, Volume 20, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2006 Story#14
Divergence from Policies of PUD Can Be Basis for Requiring an EIR, Volume 18, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2005 Story#6
Adoption of an Airport Land Use Plan Is a CEQA Project, Volume 18, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2005 Story#7
Mitigation Measures Cannot Be Used to Justify a Categorical Exemption, Volume 18, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2005 Story#8
FONSI in Support of Indian Tribe's Casino Survives Challenge by El Dorado County, Volume 18, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2005 Story#9
Farmers Get New Chance to Challenge CALFED Program, Volume 17, Issue 7 Date=9/17/2003 Story#13
Developer Can't Piecemeal Project to Avoid CEQA, Volume 16, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2002 Story#10
Enviros and A.G. Sue over Mammoth Airport, Volume 16, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2002 Story#11
Ninth Circuit Rules That Wetlands Work on Playa Vista Can Continue, Volume 14, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2000 Story#11
EIR/EIS for Landfill Invalid for Failure to Discuss Volume of Underlying Aquifer, Volume 14, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2000 Story#12

NEW STATE REGULATIONS

NEWSFLASH

Agreement Contemplates Removal of Klamath River Dams, Volume 23, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2009 Story#2
OEHHA Releases Peer Reviews of Hexavalent Chromium PHG and Extends Comment Deadline, Volume 23, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2009 Story#3
Appellate Court Upholds Insurer's Denial of Coverage Due to Lack of Notice, Volume 23, Issue 3 Date=7/14/2009 Story#22
Supreme Court Sides With State in Battle With Stringfellow Insurers, Volume 22, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2009 Story#2
ARB Outlines Policy on Gas Stations Failing to Meet Phase II EVR Deadline, Volume 22, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2009 Story#3
ARB to Provide Guidance on New Aftermarket Catalytic Converter Requirements, Volume 22, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2009 Story#4
ARB Will Delay Compliance With Some Off-Road LSI Requirements, Volume 22, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2009 Story#22
ARB Will Not Enforce Retrofit Requirement for Cargo Handling Equipment For Now, Volume 22, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2009 Story#23
ARB Issues Compliance Guidance for Commercial Harbor Craft Regulation, Volume 22, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2009 Story#24
Cal/EPA Sponsors Aboveground Tank Training, Volume 22, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2009 Story#25
DPR Provides Guidance on Use of SO2 in Wineries, Volume 22, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2009 Story#26
OEHHA Approves Final Version of Hot Spots Assessment Guidelines, Volume 22, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2009 Story#18
OEHHA Revises Proposal to Eliminate Advisory Only Status of Prop. 65 SUDs, Volume 22, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2009 Story#19
San Joaquin Valley Air District Delays Adoption Date for Compost Rule, Volume 22, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2009 Story#20
California Supreme Court to Review Key Appellate Decision on Emissions Baseline, Volume 21, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2008 Story#22
Scoping Meetings for State Board's Power Plant Cooling Power Rule Scheduled, Volume 21, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2008 Story#23
ARB Advisory Discusses New Consumer Products Requirements, Volume 21, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2008 Story#15
DTSC Outlines New Appliance Recycling Requirements, Volume 21, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2008 Story#14
Air Board Releases New Draft of Moyer Program Change Concepts, Volume 21, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2007 Story#20
State Water Board Hearing on Recycling Policy Now Scheduled for January, Volume 21, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2007 Story#19
Supreme Court to Review Decision Requiring Division of State Water Board's Legal Office, Volume 21, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2007 Story#16
DTSC Seeks Brownfields and Pollution Prevention Heads, Volume 21, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2007 Story#17
SJVUAPCD Will Adopt ARB Hexavalent Chromium ATCM, Volume 21, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2007 Story#18
Excess Insurers Not Liable for Insured's Payments to Settle CERCLA Suits, Volume 21, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2007 Story#13
ARB Advisory on Protocol for Engine Shutdown System on 2008 Heavy-Duty Vehicles, Volume 21, Issue 6 Date=8/30/2007 Story#18
NEW STATE REGULATIONS<, Volume 21, Issue 6 Date=8/30/2007 Story#20
New Lead in Jewelry Law Begins to Take Effect, Volume 21, Issue 6 Date=8/30/2007 Story#17
Deadline for Perchlorate Materials Notification, Volume 21, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2007 Story#20
SMARA Vested Rights Decision Clarified, Volume 20, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2007 Story#20
ARB Clarifies Ag Engine Requirements, Volume 20, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2007 Story#21
PUC Adopts Greenhouse Gas Performance Standard for Electric Utilities, Volume 20, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2007 Story#22
Army Corps Arid West Wetlands Delineation Supplement, Volume 20, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2007 Story#21
DTSC Clarifies Closure Cost Rules for PBR and Conditionally Exempt Facilities, Volume 20, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2007 Story#22
DTSC Formally Notices Treated Wood Waste Rule, Volume 20, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2006 Story#17
SJVUAPCD Oil Well Vent Rule, Volume 20, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2006 Story#18
Suits over San Francisco Ordinance, Volume 20, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2006 Story#19
State Water Board’s Water Rights Software, Volume 20, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2006 Story#20
Doubts Expressed over Finalizing San Joaquin Revival Bill by End of Year, Volume 20, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2006 Story#21
Court Upholds Pollution Exclusion Clause, Volume 20, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2006 Story#7
Supreme Court Limits Pollution Exclusion, Volume 17, Issue 6 Date=8/29/2003 Story#12
Coverage Follows Liability in Toxic Tort Case, Volume 14, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2001 Story#23
Supreme Court Holds That Cost of Complying with Administrative Orders Is Not Covered by Insurance, Volume 14, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2001 Story#1
TMDL Update: Part II: California's Program for TMDL Development, Volume 14, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2000 Story#7
State Does Not Own Groundwater for Purposes of Insurance Exclusion, Volume 13, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2000 Story#1
Cost of Complying With Administrative Orders is Not Covered by Insurance, Volume 13, Issue 11 Date=11/16/1999 Story#13
Court Rules that Aerojet Contamination Is Not Covered, Volume 13, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1999 Story#15
Syntex Cannot Make Insurers Pay for Times Beach Cleanup, Volume 12, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1998 Story#15
Court Rules that Insurer Must Pay for Site Investigation Costs, Volume 12, Issue 10 Date=10/30/1998 Story#15
Insurer Must Prove Existence of Sudden and Accidental Release, Volume 12, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1998 Story#6
Insurer Does Not Have to Defend Administrative Cleanup Order, Volume 12, Issue 5 Date=8/17/1998 Story#1
LARWQCB Releases Purchaser of Refinery Property, Volume 11, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1997 Story#18
Santa Barbara APCD, Volume 11, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1997 Story#19
Corps of Engineers to Delegate 404 Authority to RWQCB, Volume 11, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1997 Story#21
SCAQMD Adopts Solvent Cleaning Rule, Volume 11, Issue 4 Date=7/31/1997 Story#18
Sacramento AQMD, Volume 11, Issue 4 Date=7/31/1997 Story#20
San Joaquin Unified AQMD, Volume 11, Issue 4 Date=7/31/1997 Story#21
Bay Area AQMD, Volume 9, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1995 Story#21
Legislators Step into Bay Area Designation Fray, Volume 11, Issue 4 Date=7/31/1997 Story#24
BCDC Proposes Changes to Its Regulations, Volume 11, Issue 4 Date=7/31/1997 Story#25
Recovery Plan for Freshwater Shrimp Released, Volume 11, Issue 4 Date=7/31/1997 Story#26
CONFERENCES & COURSES, Volume 10, Issue 11 Date=11/15/1996 Story#21
NEW STATE REGULATIONS, Volume 9, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1995 Story#19
ONGOING MAJOR REGULATORY ACTIVITIES, Volume 10, Issue 15 Date=1/15/1997 Story#18
San Diego APCD-Title V, Volume 10, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1996 Story#14
South Coast AQMD, Volume 9, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1996 Story#20
Santa Barbara APCD Withdraws Attainment Demonstration, Volume 10, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1996 Story#16
San Joaquin Unified APCD, Volume 9, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1996 Story#24
Sacramento AQMD Rulemaking, Volume 10, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1996 Story#21
S.F. Regional Board Supports State Board UST Policy, Volume 10, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1996 Story#19
Contra Costa Hazmat Ordinance Up For Vote, Volume 10, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1996 Story#20
BAAQMD Awards $16.2 Million for Clean Air Projects, Volume 10, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1996 Story#21
SWRCB Policy on USTs Begins to Take Shape, Volume 10, Issue 11 Date=11/15/1996 Story#1
Election Promises No Radical Changes in Laws, Volume 10, Issue 11 Date=11/15/1996 Story#2
Passage of Water Bond Measure Keeps Bay-Delta Program Alive, Volume 10, Issue 11 Date=11/15/1996 Story#3
SCAQMD Adopts Controversial Paint Rule and Attainment Plan, Volume 10, Issue 11 Date=11/15/1996 Story#4
Workshops on Alternative Daily Cover Regulations, Volume 10, Issue 11 Date=11/15/1996 Story#5
Using Sound Science and Common Sense to Improve Proposition 65 Implementation, Volume 10, Issue 11 Date=11/15/1996 Story#6
Environmentalists Lose ESA Ruling on Timing, Volume 10, Issue 11 Date=11/15/1996 Story#7
Assessment of Diesel Exhaust Delayed Until Next Year, Volume 10, Issue 11 Date=11/15/1996 Story#8
DPR Says Current Restrictions on Methyl Bromide are Adequate, Volume 10, Issue 11 Date=11/15/1996 Story#9
U.S. EPA and Cal/EPA Select First Technologies for Joint Evaluation, Volume 10, Issue 11 Date=11/15/1996 Story#10
EPA to Announce New Ozone and Particulate Standards, Volume 10, Issue 11 Date=11/15/1996 Story#11
SCAQMD Rulemaking, Volume 10, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1996 Story#14
SCAQMD Paint Rule Subject of Much Controversy, Volume 10, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1996 Story#15
San Diego APCD, Volume 10, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1996 Story#16
Monterey Bay UAPCD, Volume 10, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1996 Story#17
San Joaquin Unified APCD Rulemaking, Volume 10, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1996 Story#22
BAAQMD Seeks Abatement Order Against Unocal, Volume 10, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1996 Story#20
Oakland Gets Brownfields Pilot Project, Volume 10, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1996 Story#21
State Water Board Workshop on Russian River, Volume 10, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1996 Story#22
S.F. Bay Water Board Fines Developer for, Volume 10, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1996 Story#23
Bill Would Impose Smog Check II on Bay Area, Volume 10, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1996 Story#24
Containment Zone Policy Adopted, Volume 10, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1996 Story#1
Battle Over OEHHA Record Destruction Policy, Volume 10, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1996 Story#2
New Legislation: Part I, Volume 10, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1996 Story#3
Fishery Interests Decry State Attempt to Delay Coho Salmon Listing, Volume 10, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1996 Story#4
Prioritization Procedure for Prop. 65 Chemicals, Volume 10, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1996 Story#5
Changes Proposed in ARB Consumer Products Rules and Test Methods, Volume 10, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1996 Story#6
San Diego APCD Rulemaking, Volume 10, Issue 8 Date=8/31/1996 Story#20
MSCP Impact Report Released, Volume 10, Issue 8 Date=8/31/1996 Story#21
Monterey Bay UAPCD Rulemaking, Volume 10, Issue 8 Date=8/31/1996 Story#22
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD, Volume 10, Issue 8 Date=8/31/1996 Story#23
BAAQMD and Federal Ozone Attainment, Volume 10, Issue 8 Date=8/31/1996 Story#24
BCDC Regulatory Reform, Volume 10, Issue 8 Date=8/31/1996 Story#25
FWS Proposal to List Nine Plants as Endangered, Volume 10, Issue 8 Date=8/31/1996 Story#26
Discharge Bill Passes, Volume 10, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1996 Story#1
State Board to Audit Remaining Regional Board UST Programs, Volume 10, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1996 Story#2
DHS Requires Monitoring For MTBE, Volume 10, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1996 Story#3
Interview: OEHHA's Dr. Richard Becker, Volume 10, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1996 Story#4
ARB Releases Draft of Emissions Credit Rule, Volume 10, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1996 Story#5
DTSC Schedules RSU Meetings and Releases Concept Papers, Volume 10, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1996 Story#6
Permit Consolidation Zone Regulations Proposed, Volume 10, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1996 Story#7
Land Use Planning Info on Web, Volume 10, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1996 Story#8
Santa Clara Developing Water Supply Plan, Volume 10, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1996 Story#16
Alameda County CUPA Certification Meetings, Volume 10, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1996 Story#17
3rd State of the Estuary Conference to be Held, Volume 10, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1996 Story#18
State Board Poised to Reject Challenge to Santa Clara Stormwater Permit, Volume 10, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1996 Story#19
Santa Barbara APCD Fails to Attain Federal Air Standard By Deadline, Volume 10, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1996 Story#20
SCAQMD AQMP Control Measures, Volume 10, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1996 Story#23
Mass Resignation of Advisory Group Shocks SCAQMD, Volume 10, Issue 5 Date=8/15/1996 Story#1
DTSC Fee Reform Task Force Begins Work, Volume 10, Issue 5 Date=8/15/1996 Story#2
Corrective Action Reform: An Update, Volume 10, Issue 5 Date=8/15/1996 Story#3
Impact on California From New Federal Pesticide Law, Volume 10, Issue 5 Date=8/15/1996 Story#4
Doubts Arise About NCCP Process, Volume 10, Issue 5 Date=8/15/1996 Story#5
Source of Water Supply Must be Analyzed in Program EIR, Volume 10, Issue 5 Date=8/15/1996 Story#6
Dental Amalgam Is Subject to Prop. 65, Volume 10, Issue 5 Date=8/15/1996 Story#7
UST Cleanup Fund Finalizes Cost Guidelines, Volume 10, Issue 5 Date=8/15/1996 Story#8
Changes in Forestry Rules Proposed, Volume 10, Issue 5 Date=8/15/1996 Story#9
Cargill Salt Lawsuit, Volume 10, Issue 5 Date=8/15/1996 Story#10
Notice to Comply Legislation, Volume 10, Issue 5 Date=8/15/1996 Story#11
NRDC Stormwater Enforcement Efforts Begin in San Diego, Volume 9, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1996 Story#19
California Red-Legged Frog is Listed, Volume 9, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1996 Story#21
Hearing on Monterey and Santa Cruz CUPAs, Volume 9, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1996 Story#22
Sacramento AQMD's Water Heater Rule, Volume 9, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1996 Story#23
Monterey APCD Methyl Bromide Rule, Volume 9, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1996 Story#25
North Coast Regional Board's Thermal Treatment Order, Volume 9, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1996 Story#27
Hearing on Sonoma CUPAs, Volume 9, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1996 Story#28
San Francisco D.A. May File More Environmental Cases, Volume 9, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1996 Story#29
S.F. Regional Board Basin Plan Available, Volume 9, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1996 Story#30
DTSC to Have New Responsibility for Haz. Waste Regulation, Volume 9, Issue 14 Date=12/31/1995 Story#1
ARB Approves ZEV Proposal Favored by Automakers, Volume 9, Issue 14 Date=12/31/1995 Story#2
Judge Reinstitutes Fish and Game CEQA Fee, Volume 9, Issue 14 Date=12/31/1995 Story#3
New Hazardous Materials Requirements for 1996, Volume 9, Issue 14 Date=12/31/1995 Story#4
DTSC Team Proposes Major Change in Toxicity Test, Volume 9, Issue 14 Date=12/31/1995 Story#5
DTSC To Amend Used Oil Regulations, Volume 9, Issue 14 Date=12/31/1995 Story#6
State Water Board's Workshops on Delta Water Rights EIR, Volume 9, Issue 14 Date=12/31/1995 Story#7
Orange County Releases NCCP Plan, Volume 9, Issue 14 Date=12/31/1995 Story#8
Compromise on RECLAIM Allocations, Volume 9, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1995 Story#14
Oversight of L.A. County Tank Sites to Change, Volume 9, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1995 Story#16
ARB Urges Relaxation of Rice Burning Law, Volume 9, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1995 Story#17
Lahontan Regional Board, Volume 9, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1995 Story#18
Monterey Air District Adopts CEQA Guidelines, Volume 9, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1995 Story#19
Opposition Forms to Proposed Wastewater Exchange With Bay Area, Volume 9, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1995 Story#20
S.F. Regional Board to Take Over sec. 404 Program, Volume 9, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1995 Story#22
North Coast RWQCB's General Permit for Discharge of Treated Groundwater, Volume 9, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1995 Story#23
Opposition Forms to Proposed Wastewater Exchange With Central Valley, Volume 9, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1995 Story#24
Water Board Releases New Draft of Relaxed Groundwater Cleanup Policy, Volume 9, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1995 Story#1
Waste Board Set to Adopt Standards for Contaminated Soil Operations, Volume 9, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1995 Story#2
Cal/EPA's Lead Agency Selection Program for Contaminated Sites, Volume 9, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1995 Story#3
EPA Approves State Board's Bay-Delta Objectives, Volume 9, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1995 Story#4
The Legislature: Failure and Success, Volume 9, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1995 Story#5
New Statute and Regulations for CUPA Program, Volume 9, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1995 Story#6
DTSC Issues Guidance on What Is Use Constituting Disposal, Volume 9, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1995 Story#7
Waste Board Staff Runs Into Difficulty in Defining Recycling Residual, Volume 9, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1995 Story#8
DTSC to Hold Ombudsman Forums in October, Volume 9, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1995 Story#9
Final Meetings for Water Board Toxic Task Forces, Volume 9, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1995 Story#10

NTP

OEHHA Gets Pushback on Proposed PFOA Prop. 65 Listing as a Carcinogen, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#11

OEHHA

Governor Newsom Makes Several New Environmental Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#9
OEHHA Recommends Water Monitoring Standard for a PFAS-Class Chemical, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#14
State Water Board Floats New Chromium-6 Drinking Water Standard, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#12
OEHHA Examines Air Pollution Effects of State's Cap-and-Trade Program, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#3
OEHHA Issues Draft Air Quality Guidelines 1-Bromopropane, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#1
Newsom Calls for Major Boost in Climate Change Spending in Budget Proposal, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#8
OEHHA's DARTIC Panel Lists PFNA But Not PFDA, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#14
Four Proposition 65 Carcinogens Listed by OEHHA, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#15
Prop. 65 Committee Votes to List PFOS as a Proposition 65 Carcinogen, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#11
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Level for Pesticide 1,3-Dichloropropene, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#12
OEHHA Finalizes Prop. 65 Safe Harbor Rules for Three Haloacetic Acids, Volume 35, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2021 Story#9
OEHHA Releases Latest List and Guides on Purchasing Children's Art Supplies, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#14
OEHHA Proposes Drinking Water Goals for PFOA and PFOS, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#12
OEHHA is Proposing a Voluntary Safe Harbor Warning for Glyphosate, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#12
Appellate Court Upholds State's 1,2,3-Trichloropropane Drinking Water Standard, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#8
OEHHA Proposes Listing Tetrahydrofuran and Three Acrylates Under Prop. 65, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#11
OEHHA Final Report Links Synthetic Food Dyes and Hyperactivity in Children, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#10
OEHHA Gets Pushback on Proposed PFOA Prop. 65 Listing as a Carcinogen, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#11
OEHHA Proposes Cancer Risk Guidelines for 1-Bromopropane, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#1
OEHHA Sets Notification Levels for Four Cyanotoxins in Drinking Water, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#12
OEHHA: Prop. 65 Warning Not Required for Sulfur Dioxide in Soy Sauce, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#14
OEHHA Proposes Revised Draft Guidelines for Airborne Trivalent Chromium, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#1
OEHHA Proposes Listing PFOA as Prop. 65 Carcinogen, Finalizes Other Listings, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#10
State Water Board Asks OEHHA to Consider Cyanotoxin Drinking Water Risks, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#14
OEHHA Releases Latest Version of EnviroScreen EJ Screening Tool, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#12
State's Opening Brief in Glyphosate Prop. 65 Warning Appeal Will Rely on Customized Warning, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#13
SWB Proposes Water Monitoring Standards for PFBS, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#12
Prop. 65 Will Require Additional Warnings for Internet and Catalog Sales of Alcoholic Beverages, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#10
OEHHA to Limit Use of Prop. 65 Short Form Warnings, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#13
OEHHA Releases Draft RELs for Trivalent Chromium, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#17
OEHHA Adds Developmental Toxicity to Prop. 65 BPA Listing, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#14
OEHHA Expert Panel Ranks Glyphosate and PFAS as Leading Candidates for Prop. 65 Listing, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#11
OEHHA Finalizes Cancer Guidelines for Inhaling Cobalt and Cobalt Compound, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#2
OEHHA to List Two Substances as Proposition 65 Carcinogens, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#13
OEHHA Extends the Comment Period on Synthetic Food Dye Study, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#12
Hearing Cancelled But Comments Remain Open on Proposed Acrylamide Safe Harbors, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#14
California Study Concludes that Synthetic Food Dyes Show Clear Link to Children's ADHD, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#15
OEHHA Retreats on Proposed Amendments to Prop. 65 Warning Regulations, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#9
OEHHA Seeks Input on Potential Chemicals to Study for Future Prop. 65 Listing, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#10
Chemistry Council Asks Supreme Court To Overrule Appellate Court Ruling Upholding DINP Listing, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#8
OEHHA Adopts Cancer Risk Guidelines for PCBTF, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#1
OEHHA Finalizes New Guidelines for Toxic Air Contaminant Toluene, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#2
OEHHA Is Proposing A New Safe Harbor Levels for Acrylamide in Prepared Foods, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#16
OEHHA Finalizes Drinking Water Guideline for Pesticide DBCP, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#13
State Water Board Proposes Even Tighter Monitoring Standard for Perchlorate, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#15
OEHHA Again Proposes Naturally Occurring Lead Levels for Chili and Tamarind Candies, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#16
Court Of Appeal Upholds DINP Listing, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#13
OEHHA Finalizes Safe Harbor for Chlorpyrifos, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#17
Federal Judge Bans Prop. 65 Warning for Glyphosate, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#15
OEHHA Alters Proposed Update to Drinking Water Goal for Pesticide DBCP, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#13
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Levels for Water Disinfection Byproducts , Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#12
OEHHA Updates Database on Wildlife Ecotoxicology Assessments, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#3
Business Groups Bash Latest OEHHA Proposal to Change Warning Regulation, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#12
OEHHA Delays Setting Date for CIC Meeting on Acetaminophen, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#13
OEHHA to Develop Public Health Goals for 1,4-Dioxane and NDMA, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#15
OEHHA Forcefully Responds to Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine's Request to List Processed Meat as a Known Carcinogen, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#22
OEHHA Releases Fact Sheet on N-Methylpyrrolidone (NMP), Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#21
State Water Board Considers Tighter Perchlorate Monitoring for Drinking Water, Volume 33, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2020 Story#11
OEHHA Proposes New Changes to Prop. 65 Warning Regulations, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#11
OEHHA Moves Forward On Goals Related to Drinking Water Disinfectants, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#13
State Sets More Stringent Drinking Water Guidelines For PFOA and PFAS, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#14
OEHHA Sets New Guidelines for Hazardous Emissions from Biogas, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#1
Newsom Proposes 2020-2021 Budget, Calls for New Climate Change Loan Fund, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#7
State Lists Cannabis Smoke and THC under Proposition 65, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#12
U.S. Supreme Court Denies Review in Berkeley Cell Phone Warning Case, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#13
OEHHA Issues Safe Use Determinations for Fungicide Chlorothalonil, Volume 33, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2019 Story#12
Several Groups Urge OEHHA to Reject Listing Acetaminophen under Prop. 65, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#10
OEHHA Issues Hazard Identification Materials as it Weighs Listing Cannabis Smoke and THC under Prop. 65, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#16
OEHHA Proposes Cancer Risk Guidelines for p-chloro-α,α,α-trifluorotoluene (PCBTF), Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#3
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Guideline for p-chloro-α,α,α-trifluorotoluene (PCBTF), Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#15
California Chamber Launches Legal Attack on Prop. 65 Acrylamide Warnings, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#7
OEHHA Offers New Round of Revisions to New Prop 65 Warning Regulations, Volume 33, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2019 Story#12
Ag Groups and Monsanto Ask for Summary Judgment Invalidating OEHHA's Warning Requirement for Glyphosate, Volume 33, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2019 Story#13
OEHHA Nixes Plan to Change Prop 65 Rules for Measuring Exposures from Foods, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#8
Appellate Court Rejects Challenge to Prop. 65 Listing of Triazines, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#9
State Water Board Takes Next Step to Regulating PFOA and PFOS, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#12
OEHHA Issues Revised Draft Cancer Risk Guidelines for Cobalt, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#1
OEHHA Adopts New Health Guidelines for Hexamethylene Diisocyanate, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#2
OEHHA Issues Draft Data Tool on Human Right to Water, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#14
OEHHA Criticized in Latest Bid to Revise Prop 65 Exposure Rules, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#16
U.S. EPA Rejects OEHHA's Glyphosate Listing Calling It False and Misleading, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#13
OEHHA Announces Plan to List Six Prop. 65 Carcinogens, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#14
OEHHA Modifies Its Proposed Changes to Its Regulation Calculating Prop. 65 Exposure Levels in Food, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#14
OEHHA Lists PCBTF Over Objections of Coating Associations, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#15
OEHHA Symposium on Synthetic Food Dyes, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#13
OEHHA Revises Draft Health Risk Guidelines for Toluene, Volume 32, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2019 Story#1
OEHHA Proposes Prop. 65 Safe Harbor Level for Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#13
California Moves to End Use of Pesticide Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#13
OEHHA Sets Draft Cancer Risk Guidelines for Cobalt, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#1
OEHHA Proposes Updated Public Health Goal for Pesticide DBCP, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#19
OEHHA Finalizes Prop. 65 Warning Language for Residential Rental Properties, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#15
OEHHA Begins Consideration of Applying Prop. 65 to Acetaminophen and Cannabis Products, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#16
OEHHA Finalizes N-Hexane MADLs, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#17
OEHHA Proposes Level for Naturally Occurring Lead in Candy Containing Chili or Tamarind, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#18
OEHHA Proposes Prop. 65 Safe Harbor Language for Rental Vehicle Companies, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#10
OEHHA Issues Revised Draft Air Quality Guidelines for Hexamethylene Diisocyanate, Volume 32, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2019 Story#1
OEHHA Creates Framework to Track Progress on Human Right to Water, Volume 32, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2019 Story#11
OEHHA Risk Assessment on Food Dyes Could Lead to Regulation, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#15
OEHHA Finalizes Change to Safe Harbor Warning Language for Pesticides, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#13
OEHHA Extends Comment Deadline for Proposed Listing of p-Chloro-α,α,α-trifluorotoluene, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#14
With Nationwide Ban in Limbo, State Recommends Limits on Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#10
OEHHA Proposes Tweaks to Recently Enacted Prop. 65 Warning Regulations, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#12
OEHHA Proposes Listing p-Chloro-α,α,α-trifluorotoluene Under Prop. 65, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#13
Two Chemicals Are Listed as Carcinogens by CIC, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#17
OEHHA Issues Clarifications of Proposed Safe Harbor Language for Rental Units , Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#18
OEHHA to Hold Hearing on Change to Reproductive Toxicant Exposure Calculations, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#19
DARTIC Lists Soluble Nickel Compounds as Reproductive Toxicant, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#12
OEHHA Proposes Changes to Calculating Exposure Levels to Reproductive Toxicants in Food, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#11
OEHHA Proposes Listing Cancer Drug Bevacizumab under Prop. 65, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#14
OEHHA Floats Drinking Water Goals for Four Trihalomethanes, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#16
OEHHA Floats Safe Harbor Levels for N-Hexane, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#13
OEHHA Sets Inhalation Cancer Risk Levels for Tert-Butyl Acetate, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#2
Brown Makes Appointments to Several Agencies and Panels, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#9
OEHHA Sets More Stringent Public Health Goals for Cis- and Trans-1,2-dichloroethylene, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#14
OEHHA Issues Hazard Data for N-Nitrosohexamethyleneimine and Gentian Violet, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#12
OEHHA To Make Safe Use Determination Related to Styrene in Bath Products, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#13
OEHHA Releases Hazard Identification Materials for Nickel and Nickel Compounds, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#9
OEHHA Finalizes Safe Harbor Level for Metham Sodium, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#10
OEHHA Updates Business Resources for New Warning Regulations, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#14
OEHHA Report Shows Large Racial Disparities in Disadvantaged Communities, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#7
OEHHA Moves to Exclude Coffee From Prop. 65 Warning Requirement, Volume 32, Issue 1 and 2 Date=7/ 1/2018 Story#13
Judge Rejects Attempt by Attorney General to Modify His Injunction against Enforcing Prop. 65 Glyphosate Warning Requirement, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#11
Appellate Court Sides with OEHHA in Challenge to Lead Safe Harbor Level, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#10
OEHHA Proposes Lower PHGs for Cis- and Trans-1,2-DCE, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#15
OEHHA to Keep Existing Nitrate and Nitrite Public Health Goal in Place, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#14
OEHHA Sets Guidelines for Ethylene Glycol Butyl Ether Emissions, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#2
OEHHA Issues Report on Climate Change Impacts across California, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#3
OEHHA Floats Change to Prop. 65 Safe Harbor Warning Language for Pesticides, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#13
State Appellate Court Approves Prop. 65 Glyphosate Listing, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#8
In Midst of Court Battles, OEHHA Finalizes Glyphosate Prop. 65 Safe Harbor Level, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#11
Group Rescinds Petition to OEHHA Seeking Revised Lead Safe Harbor Level, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#15
Judge Concludes Requiring Prop. 65 Warning on Glyphosate Products Violates First Amendment, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#13
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Warning Language for Residential Rental Units, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#12
OEHHA Seeks Comments on Latest Version of Nitrate/Nitrite Drinking Water PHG, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#16
OEHHA Proposes Prop 65 Safe Harbor Level for Metham Sodium, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#15
OEHHA Study Finds Significant Decline in Gasoline Pollutants, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#1
OEHHA Takes Step to List Metalworking Fluid TRIM® VX under Prop. 65, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#16
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Level for Bromodichloroacetic Acid, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#17
OEHHA Proposes Health Guidelines for Hexamethylene Diisocyanate and Toluene, Volume 31, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2017 Story#1
OEHHA'S Carcinogen Identification Committee Nixes Listing Coumarin under Prop. 65 , Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#16
OEHHA Panel Approves Listing Chlorpyrifos and N-Hexane as Developmental Toxicants under Prop 65, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#12
OEHHA Adds PFOA and PFOS to List of Prop. 65 Chemicals, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#11
OEHHA Issues Revised Cancer Risk Guidelines for Tertiary-Butyl Acetate, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#1
Syngenta Asks OEHHA for Safe Use Determinations for Chlorothalonil, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#10
OEHHA Adds Three New Chemicals to the Prop. 65 List, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#11
OEHHA Proposes Prop. 65 Listing and Safe Harbor Level for Vinylidene Chloride, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#10
OEHHA Issues Revised and Additional Material for Proposed Chlorpyrifos and n-Hexane Listings, Volume 31, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2017 Story#11
OEHHA to Weigh Listing Chlorpyrifos, N-Hexane and Coumarin under Prop. 65, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#18
OEHHA Proposes Background Levels for Arsenic in Rice, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#13
OEHHA Releases Public Comments on its Proposed Glyphosate Safe Harbor Level, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#12
OEHHA Lists Glyphosate After Supreme Court Rejects Monsanto Plea, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#8
OEHHA Proposes Adding Three New Chemicals to Prop. 65 Through Labor Code Mechanism, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#9
OEHHA Holds Public Hearing on Setting Naturally Occurring Lead Level in Candy, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#10
OEHHA Proposes Minor Changes to Regulations Governing Contents of Notices of Violation, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#18
Hearing on Glyphosate Safe Harbor Level Slated and Comment Period Extended As Opponents Raise Concerns, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#15
OEHHA Will Consider SUD for DINP in Modular Carpet, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#16
OEHHA Finalizes Safe Harbor Levels for Styrene and Triazine Pesticides, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#17
OEHHA Will Consider Process to Establish Permissible Lead Levels in Certain Candies, Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#12
OEHHA Announces it Will List Flame Retardant as Carcinogen, Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#13
Two New Expert Panel Members Appointed and Two Others Reappointed, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#14
OEHHA Finalizes Safe Harbor Level for Ethylene Glycol, Volume 30, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2017 Story#1
OEHHA Issues Two Additional DINP SUDs , Volume 30, Issue 16 Date=2/ 1/2017 Story#15
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Level for Malathion, Volume 30, Issue 16 Date=2/ 1/2017 Story#16
Lauren Zeise Appointed Director of OEHHA , Volume 30, Issue 13 Date=12/15/2016 Story#13
OEHHA Finalizes Temporary Warning Regulations for BPA-Containing Cans and Bottles, Volume 30, Issue 13 Date=12/15/2016 Story#12
OEHHA to List Two Cancer Treatment Drugs, Volume 30, Issue 13 Date=12/15/2016 Story#14
DARTIC Retains Chloroform as a Developmental Reproductive Toxicant, Volume 30, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2016 Story#16
CIC Gives Medium or Low Priorities to Candidate Chemicals, Volume 30, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2016 Story#11
OEHHA Intends to List PFOA and PFOS as Reproductive Toxicants, Volume 30, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2016 Story#14
OEHHA Rejects Adding the Delayed Onset of Puberty as a Basis for Lead Listing, Volume 30, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2016 Story#15
Commenters Try to Influence Prioritization of Chemicals for Possible Carcinogen Listing, Volume 30, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2016 Story#13
OEHHA Proposes to Eliminate Mandatory Public Hearing on SUD Petitions, Volume 30, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2016 Story#17
CIC Will Consider Listing of Nitrite In Combination With Amines and Amides, Volume 30, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2016 Story#14
Expert Panel Will Consider Delisting of Chloroform, Volume 30, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2016 Story#16
Carcinogen Panel Will Consider Prioritizing Five Chemicals For Possible Listing, Volume 30, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2016 Story#15
OEHHA Finalizes Major Rewrite of Warning Regulations, Volume 30, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2016 Story#13
OEHHA Lists 1-Bromopropane as Carcinogen Over Objections, Volume 30, Issue 5-6 Date=8/31/2016 Story#20
Mateel Appeals Adverse Decision on Lead MADL, Volume 30, Issue 3 Date=6/16/2016 Story#11
OEHHA Lists Sedaxane as Proposition 65 Carcinogen Despite Objections, Volume 30, Issue 3 Date=6/16/2016 Story#13
OEHHA Announces Intent to List Bromodichloroacetic Acid, Volume 30, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2016 Story#13
OEHHA Issues SUD for DINP in Carpet Tiles, Volume 30, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2016 Story#14
OEHHA Finalizes the Listing of Three Major Pesticides Despite Opposition, Volume 29, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2016 Story#15
Business Groups Continue to Blast OEHHA's Proposed Changes in Warning Regulations, Volume 29, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2016 Story#5
OEHHA Lists Styrene Despite Objections and Proposes Safe Harbor, Volume 29, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2016 Story#10
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Level for Ethylene Glycol, Volume 29, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2016 Story#4
Numerous Changes in Latest Draft Of Revised Warning Regulations, Volume 29, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2016 Story#1
OEHHA Continues to Face Strong Opposition To Proposed Changes in Warning Regulations, Volume 29, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2016 Story#7
OEHHA Will List Cancer Treatment Drug as Reproductive Toxicant, Volume 29, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2016 Story#9
Final Version of Website Regulation Becomes Effective, Volume 29, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2016 Story#11
OEHHA Lists Two Plant Extracts Over Objections from Herbal Products Groups, Volume 29, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/21/2015 Story#12
OEHHA Releases New Version of Rewrite of Warning Regulations, Volume 29, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/21/2015 Story#10
OEHHA Issues SUD for DINP in Roofing Membrane, Volume 29, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/21/2015 Story#11
Business Groups Like Idea of Naturally Occurring Default Levels But See Need For Changes in OEHHA Proposal, Volume 29, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2015 Story#10
Cancer Panel Keeps Nitrapyrin On Carcinogen List But Delists Diaminotoluene, Volume 29, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2015 Story#5
Expert Committee Keeps One Chemical on Reproductive Toxicant List and Adds Its Metabolite, Volume 29, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2015 Story#7
OEHHA Plans on Listing Pentachlorophenol, Volume 29, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2015 Story#6
OEHHA Intends to List Topiramate as Prop. 65 Reproductive Toxicant, Volume 29, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2015 Story#8
OEHHA's Latest Changes to Website Proposal Unlikely to Satisfy Critics, Volume 29, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2015 Story#15
OEHHA Suggests Radically Different Approach for Calculating Lead Safe Harbor Levels, Volume 29, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2015 Story#8
OEHHA Proposes Default Levels for Determining Lead and Arsenic in Certain Foods, Volume 29, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2015 Story#10
HIMs Released for Two Formerly Listed Chemicals that Will Be Reconsidered by CIC, Volume 29, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2015 Story#12
DARTIC Will Reconsider the Delisting of MnBK and the Listing Its Metabolite, Volume 29, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2015 Story#14
OEHHA Will Review Safe Harbor Level for Lead, Volume 29, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2015 Story#4
OEHHA Intends to List 1-Bromopropane as Carcinogen, Volume 29, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2015 Story#15
OEHHA Will List Furfuryl Alcohol But Not Furfural, Volume 29, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2015 Story#14
OEHHA Intends to List Teraparatide as Prop. 65 Carcinogen, Volume 29, Issue 2 & 3 Date=7/17/2015 Story#11
OEHHA Proposes Same Safe Harbor Level for All of Triazine Pesticides, Volume 29, Issue 2 & 3 Date=7/17/2015 Story#12
OEHHA Proposes to List Two Agricultural Chemicals as Carcinogens, Volume 29, Issue 2 & 3 Date=7/17/2015 Story#10
Business Groups Slam OEHHA's Latest Effort to Rewrite Warning Regulations, Volume 28, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2015 Story#12
OEHHA Proposes to List Two Widely-Used Plant Extracts, Volume 28, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2015 Story#14
Business Interests Suggest OEHHA Lacks Authority to Create Supplementary Information Website, Volume 28, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2015 Story#22
Expert Panel Will Get Another Crack at Listing BPA, Volume 28, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2015 Story#5
OEHHA Delists BPA In Compliance With Court Order, Volume 26, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2013 Story#16
OEHHA Backs Off of Retaining Two Chemicals on the Prop. 65 List, Volume 27, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2013 Story#3
OEHHA Will Consider Listing Emissions from Unrefined Rapeseed Oil Under New Listing Process, Volume 27, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2013 Story#8
CIC Lists One Phthalate But Declines to List a Second, Volume 27, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2013 Story#17
OEHHA Tries Again With a Regulation Covering the Labor Code Listing Mechanism, Volume 27, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2014 Story#4
OEHHA Announces Intent to List Ten Chemicals, Volume 27, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2014 Story#6
OEHHA Proposes Three More Labor Code Listings, Volume 27, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2014 Story#9
OEHHA Proposes to List N,N-Dimethyl-p-Toluidine, Volume 27, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2014 Story#6
Consumer Product Groups Argue Against Listing Beta-Myrcene, Volume 27, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2014 Story#9
Syngenta Leads Attack on Atrazine Proposed Listings, Volume 27, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2014 Story#10
OEHHA Proposes Significant Revisions to Prop. 65 Warning Regulations, Volume 27, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2014 Story#7
Business Groups Wary of Proposed Changes in Warning Regulations, Volume 27, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2014 Story#8
OEHHA Fails to Satisfy Critics With Latest Version of Labor Code Listing Regulations, Volume 27, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2014 Story#9
Food Industry Argues that OEHHA NOI Covering Nitrites Should Be Withdrawn, Volume 27, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2014 Story#12
OEHHA Changes Proposed Labor Code Mechanism In Response to Critics, Volume 28, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2014 Story#11
Ethylene Glycol Proposed Listing Yields Several Comments in Opposition, Volume 28, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2014 Story#11
Next CIC Meeting Will Consider Listing Two Groups of Chemicals, Volume 28, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2014 Story#12
CIC Lists One Group and Individual Members of Another, Volume 28, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2014 Story#7
OEHHA Intends to List Mitoxantrone Hydrochloride as Prop. 65 Carcinogen, Volume 28, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2014 Story#8
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor for DINP Exposure and Will Also Consider DINP SUD for Vinyl Flooring, Volume 28, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2015 Story#4
Trial Court Allows BPA Listing to Go Forward, Volume 28, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2015 Story#3
OEHHA Releases Formal Proposal to Rewrite Warning Regulations and Establish a Website, Volume 28, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2015 Story#2
Judge's Tentative Ruling Upholds Listing of DINP , Volume 28, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2015 Story#3
Next CIC Meeting Will Consider Listing of Two Phthalates, Volume 27, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2013 Story#11
OEHHA Will Proceed With MIBK Listing Despite Objections, Volume 27, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2013 Story#14
OEHHA Intends to List Chloramphenicol as Prop. 65 Carcinogen, Volume 27, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2013 Story#6
OEHHA Proposes to List Four Chemicals as Carcinogens Under Labor Code Mechanism, Volume 27, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2013 Story#7
OEHHA Withdraws NOIL for 2,4-D Related Chemicals, Volume 27, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2013 Story#8
Partial Settlement Resolves Most of Issues Remaining in Litigation Over Slow Listings, Volume 27, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2013 Story#6
Draft Statutory Changes Being Circulated While OEHHA Begins Changes in Warning Regulations, Volume 27, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2013 Story#3
OEHHA Moves to Next Step in Listing of Coal Combustion, Volume 27, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2013 Story#11
OEHHA Releases Draft Regulation Covering Labor Code Listing Mechanism, Volume 26, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2013 Story#7
OEHHA Proposes More Stringent Requirements for Expert Committee Members, Volume 26, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2013 Story#8
OEHHA Intends to List Widely Used Fertility Drug as Prop. 65 Carcinogen, Volume 26, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2013 Story#18
OEHHA Raises MADL for Sulfur Dioxide Based on Comment, Volume 26, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2013 Story#7
OEHHA Seeks Information for Possible Listings of TCE, MIBK, and Coal Emissions, Volume 26, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2013 Story#8
Preemptive Suit Filed to Block OEHHA Listing of BPA, Volume 26, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2013 Story#9
OEHHA Withdraws Proposed Listing of Styrene After Workshop Reflects Doubts About Authority, Volume 26, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2013 Story#12
OEHHA Moves Forward With BPA Listing and Proposes a Safe Harbor Level, Volume 26, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2013 Story#7
OEHHA Schedules Workshop to Discuss Possible Styrene Listing Amidst Controversy Over Listing Basis, Volume 26, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2013 Story#9
CIC Lists Two Chemicals as Prop. 65 Carcinogens, Volume 26, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2013 Story#8
OEHHA Withdraws Proposed MADL for Chloroform, Volume 26, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2013 Story#11
OEHHA Reacts to Appellate Court Decision by Delisting Two Chemicals, Volume 26, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2013 Story#3
OEHHA Withdraws Proposal for PCB Safe Harbors from Food Exposure, Volume 26, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2012 Story#20
OEHHA Seeks Information for Possible Listing of Butyl Benzyl Phthalate as a Carcinogen, Volume 26, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2012 Story#15
Appellate Court Limits OEHHA's Use of Prop. 65 Labor Code Mechanism, Volume 26, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2012 Story#12
OEHHA Releases Summary of Studies for Possible Listing of Deltamethrin, Volume 26, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2012 Story#22
OEHHA Releases Summary of Studies for Possible Listing of Xylene, Volume 26, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2012 Story#7
OEHHA Proposes NSRL for Bromoethane, Volume 26, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2012 Story#9
OEHHA Lists Priorities for Developing Safe Harbor Levels, Volume 26, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2012 Story#10
OEHHA Releases Documents Discussing Cancer Risk from Listing Candidates for Upcoming CIC Meeting, Volume 26, Issue 5&6 Date=8/31/2012 Story#4
OEHHA Proposes MADL and Dried Fruit Guideline for Sulfur Dioxide, Volume 26, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2012 Story#11
OEHHA Proposes NSRL for TDCPP, Volume 26, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2012 Story#11
OEHHA Proposes MADL for Butyl Benzyl Phthalate, Volume 26, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2012 Story#12
MADL for Chloroform Proposed, Volume 25, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2012 Story#8
OEHHA Proposes New Safe Harbor Levels for PCB Food Exposure, Volume 25, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2012 Story#13
OEHHA Completes Methanol Listing and Releases Proposed MADL and Guideline, Volume 25, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2012 Story#22
OEHHA Proposes New Safe Harbor Levels for TCE, Volume 25, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2012 Story#23
OEHHA Proposes to Formally Identify Role of Science Panels in Reviewing NSRLs and MADLs, Volume 25, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2012 Story#24
OEHHA Seeks Info On Four Chemicals for Carcinogen Listing, Volume 25, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2012 Story#15
OEHHA Intends to List MIPK As A Developmental Toxicant, Volume 25, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2012 Story#15
Rejecting Criticism OEHHA Moves Forward With Listing of Two Pesticides, Volume 25, Issue 13 and 14 Date=12/21/2011 Story#19
OEHHA Revises Listing of Wool Glass Fibers, Volume 25, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2011 Story#11
OEHHA Still Moving Slowly to Develop Safe Harbor Levels, Volume 25, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2011 Story#23
CIC Decides Against Listing Fluoride, Volume 25, Issue 9 Date=10/17/2011 Story#14
Comments Suggest Robust Debate Over Possible Listing of Fluoride and Possible FDA Preemption, Volume 25, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2011 Story#4
Sharp Differences in Few Comments on Possible Listing of TDCPP, Volume 25, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2011 Story#5
OEHHA Proposes to List Five More Chemicals Using Labor Code Mechanism, Volume 25, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2011 Story#6
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Level for Imazalil, Volume 25, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2011 Story#21
OEHHA Proposes to Add Ingestion to Route of Exposure for Hexavalent Chromium, Volume 25, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2011 Story#7
OEHHA Proposes Revision of Interspecies Cancer Potency Calculation, Volume 25, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2011 Story#8
Cancer Experts Will Consider Listing of Fluoride and TDCPP, Volume 25, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2011 Story#13
Latest NTP Report on Carcinogens May Impact Pending Appellate Case, Volume 25, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2011 Story#17
Appellate Court Agrees With OEHHA on Obligation to List Chemicals Under Labor Code Process, Volume 25, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2011 Story#7
OEHHA Identifies Five Chemicals for Prioritization As Prop. 65 Reproductive Toxicants, Volume 24, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2011 Story#10
OEHHA Proposes MADL for Avermectin B1, Volume 24, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2011 Story#12
Food Warning Regs. on Life Support But Other Regulatory Changes Still Contemplated, Volume 24, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2011 Story#11
OEHHA Proposes Prop 65 Safe Harbor Level for Chlorothalonil, Volume 24, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2011 Story#23
Long-Time Head of OEHHA Resigns, Volume 24, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2011 Story#2
OEHHA Seeks Information on Six Chemicals for Possible Listing as Carcinogens, Volume 24, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2010 Story#10
OEHHA Seeks Information on Four Chemicals for Possible Listing as Carcinogens, Volume 24, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2010 Story#11
OEHHA Seeks Info On Six Possible Pesticide Carcinogens, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#7
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Levels for Glycidol and TNT, Volume 24, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2010 Story#4
OEHHA Proposes MADL for Hexavalent Chromium, Volume 24, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2010 Story#8
Cancer Experts List Two Chemicals and Give High Priorities to Six Others, Volume 24, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2010 Story#1
OEHHA Provides Its View on Naturally Occurring Fumonisin Levels in Corn Snack Products, Volume 24, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2010 Story#3
OEHHA Modifies Cadmium MADL to Apply to Oral Ingestion Only, Volume 24, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2010 Story#15
Meeting of Cancer Experts Will Consider Listing Two Chemicals, Volume 24, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2010 Story#11
Chemistry Council and Exxon Support DIDP MADL, Volume 24, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2010 Story#8
OEHHA Denies Delisting Petition for Chlorsulfuron But Changes Basis of Listing, Volume 24, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2010 Story#7
Two Appellate Courts Will Look at Fate of Labor Code Mechanism, Volume 23, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2010 Story#15
OEHHA Issues Initial Request for Information on Pesticide Tribufos, Volume 23, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2010 Story#16
OEHHA Withdraws Proposal to Limit Ability to Establish Safe Harbor Levels in Litigation, Volume 23, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2010 Story#17
OEHHA Announces Intent to List Six Chemicals, Volume 23, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2010 Story#4
OEHHA May List BPA Despite Rejection By State's Experts, Volume 23, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2010 Story#3
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Levels for p-Chloroaniline and Its Hydrochloride, Volume 23, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2010 Story#21
Possible Listings of PFOA, 1,3-DCP, and 3-MCPD Challenged, Volume 23, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2010 Story#17
OEHHA Responds to Questions Raised About Food Warning Regulation, Volume 23, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2010 Story#4
OEHHA Prepared to List Two Pesticides As Carcinogens, Volume 23, Issue 13 and 14 Date=12/18/2009 Story#8
OEHHA Lists four More Chemicals Using Labor Code Mechanism, Volume 23, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2010 Story#3
Info Sought on DDE and Nitrobenzene for Possible Listing as Reproductive Toxicants, Volume 23, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2009 Story#12
Chemistry Council Fires Back at Petition to List BPA, Volume 23, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2009 Story#17
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor for Fumonisin B1 Using Expedited Risk Assessment, Volume 23, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2009 Story#16
Stakeholders Express Dissatisfaction With OEHHA's Latest Food Warnings Proposal, Volume 23, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2009 Story#16
DuPont Petitions for Delisting of Chlorsulfuron, Volume 23, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2009 Story#13
OEHHA Releases Draft Proposal Establishing Food Warning Mechanism, Volume 23, Issue 5 and 6 Date=8/31/2009 Story#23
Latest Court Ruling on Labor Code Mechanism Blocks Listing of Six Carcinogens, Volume 23, Issue 5 and 6 Date=8/31/2009 Story#24
Latest OEHHA Labor Code Listing Proposals Trigger Major Opposition, Volume 23, Issue 4 Date=7/30/2009 Story#9
Decision Against Listing Is Not Final Verdict on BPA, Volume 23, Issue 4 Date=7/30/2009 Story#8
OEHHA Proposes Listing Large Number of Chemicals Using Labor Code Mechanism, Volume 23, Issue 1 Date=6/17/2009 Story#11
Appellate Court Upholds OEHHA's Listing of Phthalate, Volume 22, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2009 Story#9
OEHHA Proposes New Language Covering Safe Use Determinations, Volume 22, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2009 Story#19
Chamber Loses Again in Labor Code Mechanism Litigation, Volume 23, Issue 1 Date=6/17/2009 Story#12
OEHHA Identifies Next Round of Chemicals for Possible Carcinogen Identification, Volume 22, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2009 Story#22
OEHHA Sticks With Ethylbenzene Safe Harbor Proposal Despite Criticism, Volume 22, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2009 Story#15
Listing of Pesticides As Carcinogens Opposed, Volume 22, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2009 Story#20
OEHHA Tells Food Warning Work Group to Draft Its Own Regulation, Volume 22, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2009 Story#15
OEHHA Intends to List Methanol Despite Objections, Volume 22, Issue 16 Date=1/29/2009 Story#18
Critics Again Slam Beneficial Nutrient Language, Volume 22, Issue 16 Date=1/29/2009 Story#16
OEHHA Releases Framework for New Food Warning Regulation, Volume 22, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/19/2008 Story#21
CIC Panel Decides to List TNT, Volume 22, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2008 Story#15
DuPont Belatedly Acts to Fight Off Listing of Solvent, Volume 22, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2008 Story#14
OEHHA Proposes New Approaches for Food Warnings, Volume 22, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2008 Story#16
CMTA Lists Chemicals That Would Be Automatically Added Under OEHHA's Proposed Labor Code Language, Volume 22, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2008 Story#16
Hazard ID Materials for Chlorpyrifos and Hexavalent Chromium Released, Volume 22, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2008 Story#20
Food Groups Oppose Listing Of Chemical Caused By Cooking, Volume 22, Issue 1 Date=6/17/2008 Story#13
Critics Call For Withdrawal Of Beneficial Nutrient Language, Volume 21, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2008 Story#14
OEHHA Proposes Language Setting Process For Labor Code Listings, Volume 21, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2008 Story#12
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Level For DnHP, Volume 21, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2008 Story#13
OEHHA Workgroup Will Help Develop New Food Warning Requirements, Volume 21, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2008 Story#17
OEHHA Announces Intent To List Dibromoacetic Acid, Volume 21, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2008 Story#16
OEHHA Considers Listing Of Herbicide Oryzalin, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#16
OEHHA Finalizes Fishing Tackle Lead Transfer Guideline, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#17
State's Experts Will Consider Listing Caffeine Despite Industry Objections, Volume 21, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2007 Story#13
Cancer Experts Advance Three Substances For Possible Listing, Volume 21, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2007 Story#12
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Level For Nitromethane, Volume 21, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2007 Story#15
OEHHA Rejects Second Effort To Expedite PFOA For Listing, Volume 21, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2007 Story#9
Differences Arise Over Priorities For Prop. 65 Regulatory Changes, Volume 21, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2007 Story#8
Exxon Sues OEHHA Over Listing of Phthalate, Volume 21, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2007 Story#10
Caffeine and Marijuana Smoke May Get Listed Under Prop. 65, Volume 21, Issue 7 Date=9/17/2007 Story#13
Groups Petition To List Chemical Used In Teflon For Second Time, Volume 21, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2007 Story#18
OEHHA Responds To NRDC Petition To List 18 Chemicals, Volume 21, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2007 Story#20
Long Awaited Fishing Tackle Guideline Released, Volume 21, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2007 Story#18
Latest Phthalate Listing Is Probably Not The Last, Volume 20, Issue 23 Date=5/17/2007 Story#15
OEHHA Director Will Not Expedite Consideration Of PFOA, Volume 20, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2006 Story#22
OEHHA Plans To List Anthraquinone As Carcinogen, Volume 20, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2006 Story#11
Petition Asks OEHHA To Expedite Listing Of Teflon-Related Chemical, Volume 19, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2006 Story#11
Environmental Tobacco Smoke Listed As Reproductive Toxicant, Volume 19, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2006 Story#20
OEHHA Proposes Cure For Second DEHP MADL, Volume 19, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2006 Story#17
OEHHA Will Restart Acrylamide Regulatory Process, Volume 19, Issue 21 Date=4/17/2006 Story#14
OEHHA Finalizes Methods Of Detection Rule, Volume 19, Issue 21 Date=4/17/2006 Story#13
OEHHA Acts To Cure OAL Difficulties With DEHP MADLs, Volume 19, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2006 Story#12
ETS Materials Released, Volume 19, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2006 Story#13
OEHHA Lists Two Chemicals Under Abbreviated Procedure Despite Objections, Volume 19, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2006 Story#16
OEHHA Will Redo DEHP Age-Based Safe Harbor Levels, Volume 19, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2006 Story#7
OEHHA Extends Comment Period For Proposed 2,4-D Listing, Volume 19, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2006 Story#8
OEHHA Lists Three Phthalates And Defers Consideration On A Fourth, Volume 19, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2005 Story#15
OEHHA Proposes to List 2,4-D, Volume 19, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2005 Story#21
OEHHA Decides To Repeal Methods Of Detection Rule, Volume 18, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2004 Story#11
OEHHA Issues New Draft Of Revised Prioritization Procedure, Volume 18, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2004 Story#7
OEHHA Will List 1-Bromopropane, Volume 18, Issue 9 Date=10/18/2004 Story#7
OEHHA Proposes To List Two Carcinogens, Volume 19, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2005 Story#15
OEHHA Urged to Stop Processing Requested Safe Use Determination, Volume 18, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2005 Story#14
OEHHA Seeks Info on Three Possible Carcinogens, Volume 13, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1999 Story#18
Stage Set for Adding Perchlorate to Prop. 65 List, Volume 18, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2005 Story#12
Industry and Environmentalists Clash Over Cooked Food Exemption, Volume 19, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2005 Story#18
Two Science Bodies Set Agenda For August Meetings, Volume 19, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2005 Story#19
OEHHA Seeks Info on 2-Bromopropane for Possible Listing, Volume 18, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2005 Story#20
OEHHA to Consider SUD Request from Fishing Tackle Manufacturers, Volume 18, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2005 Story#10
OEHHA Lists Priorities for Safe Harbor Levels, Volume 18, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2005 Story#11
OEHHA Formally Proposes New Methods of Detection Rule, Volume 18, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2005 Story#11
OEHHA Listing Procedure Short Circuits Usual Process, Volume 18, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2005 Story#11
OEHHA Intends to List Four Phthalates as Reproductive Toxicants, Volume 18, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2005 Story#9
OEHHA Proposes MADL for DEHP, Volume 18, Issue 10 Date=10/29/2004 Story#9
CIC Decides Not to List 1,2-Epoxybutane and Verapamil, Volume 18, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2004 Story#7
Speculation Abounds About New Cal/EPA Secretary, Volume 18, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2004 Story#1
OEHHA Finalizes Listing of 1-Bromopropane and Riddeline, Volume 18, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2004 Story#17
Correction, Volume 9, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1995 Story#4
OEHHA Finalizes New Prioritization Process, Volume 18, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2005 Story#18
ARB Chair Moves Up to Head Cal/EPA, Volume 18, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2004 Story#1
OEHHA Announces Intent to List 2,4-Hexadienal, Volume 18, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2005 Story#19
OEHHA Proposes to List Nitrapyrin, Volume 19, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2005 Story#21
OEHHA Adds Steroidal Estrogens to List of Carcinogens, Volume 19, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2005 Story#22
A.G.'s Office Sues Exxon over Refinery Leaks, Volume 13, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1999 Story#1
A.G. Sues Key Manufacturers over Lead Exposure, Volume 13, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1999 Story#2
OEHHA to List Two Reproductive Toxicants, Volume 13, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1999 Story#3
OEHHA to Hold Workshops on Emerging Challenges, Volume 13, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1999 Story#4
Property Owner Can Waive Time Limits of Permit Streamlining Act, Volume 11, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1997 Story#6
CLCV Says California is Back on Track With Environmental Legislation, Volume 11, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1997 Story#5
OEHHA Workshop on Fish Consumption Report, Volume 11, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1997 Story#14
OEHHA Director Remains on Job Despite Lack of Confirmation, Volume 11, Issue 5 Date=8/15/1997 Story#14
Agency Adds 18 Chemicals to Prop. 65 List, Volume 11, Issue 5 Date=8/15/1997 Story#15

OIL

Proposed Climate Plan Update Calls for State to be Carbon Neutral by 2045, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#1
9th Circuit Again Rules Climate Change Nuisance Cases Belong in State Court, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#5
Attorney General Launches Investigation of Oil Industry's Role in Plastic Pollution, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#7
OEHHA Examines Air Pollution Effects of State's Cap-and-Trade Program, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#3
Bay Area Air District Seeks Abatement Order over Benicia Refinery Emissions, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#4
Oil Company Can Intervene in Fight over Federal Lease Sales, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#7
Attorney General Reaches Plea Deal in Walnut Creek Oil Spill Case, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#3
California High Court to Review Monterey County Measure Limiting Oil and Gas Activity, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#8
Los Angeles Moves to Wind Down Oil and Gas Production in the City, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#10
Federal Grand Jury Issues Indictment Over Huntington Beach Oil Spill, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#4
South Coast Air District Approves New Emissions Limits on Refineries, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#1
Newsom Administration Proposes New Limits on Oil Operations Near People, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#13
State Appellate Court Overturns Monterey County Ban on New Oil Drilling, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#10
Tesoro Fined $2.2 Million Over Alleged Air Violations at Martinez Refinery, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#3
Superior Court Invalidates San Joaquin Valley Oil Refinery Monitoring Rule, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#9
State Officials Respond to Orange County Oil Spill, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#11
9th Circuit Tosses NEPA Case over Alaska Oil Drilling, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#7
Feds Reach $29.5 Million Settlement with Shell Over Fullerton Superfund Site Cleanup, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#2
Bay Area Air District Orders Refineries to Cut Particulate Emissions, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#1
Newsom, Legislature Reach Deal on Budget, DTSC Reform, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#5
State Rejects Oil Company Request to Frack 21 Oil and Gas Wells, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#13
U.S. Supreme Court Extends Venue Fight in Climate Change Nuisance Cases, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#7
UC Issues Studies on Decarbonizing Transportation and Fuel Production in California, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#2
Federal Jury Convicts Ship Employee in San Francisco Bay Pollution Case, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#4
Newsom Directs State to Phase Out Fracking Permits, Study Ending Oil Extraction, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#11
Environmental Groups Sue State, Kern County Over Oil and Gas Environmental Reviews, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#4
Environmental Group Settles With Phillips 66 Over L.A. Refinery Emissions, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#7
Food Safety Panel Clears Path for Oil Field Produced Water Use on Crops, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#12
Biden Issues Wave of Executive Actions to Push Environmental, Climate Action, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#9
Newsom Proposes Big Spending on Clean Cars and Wildfires in New Budget, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#6
California Hopes to Sway U.S. Supreme Court in Climate Change Nuisance Lawsuits, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#8
9th Circuit Nixes Alaskan Offshore Oil Drilling Project, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#11
Dept. of Finance Audit Finds Shortcomings in State Oil and Gas Permitting, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#12
California Sues EPA Over Rollback of Methane Controls at Oil and Gas Facilities, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#9
Newsom Orders Phase-Out of Gasoline Cars by 2035, Sets Other Zero-Emission Targets, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#2
California Hits Trump Administration with New Bevy of Lawsuits, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#3
U.S. Bureau of Land Management Proposes Kern County Oil and Gas Lease Sale, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#11
State, Ventura County Reach $1.6 Settlement over Oil Spill, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#9
Phillips 66 Plans to Transform Rodeo Oil Refinery into Major Renewable Fuels Plant, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#17
Federal Court Rejects Trump Bid to Scuttle Methane Waste Rules for Third Time, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#9
9th Circuit Upholds Environmental Review of Alaska Fossil Fuel Lease Sale, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#6
California AG Intervenes in Battle over Mercury Power Plant Emissions, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#7
Singapore Shipping Company to Pay $1.65 Million in Water Pollution Case, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#7
CalGEM Issues First Fracking Permits In Wake of Independent Review Process, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#14
State Regulator Orders Urban Los Angeles Oil Field to Permanently Close, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#5
State Responds to Crude Oil Spill in Santa Barbara County, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#8
State, Federal Government Seal $60 Settlement over San Refugio Oil Spill, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#7
Appellate Court Tosses Out Kern County Oil and Gas Ordinance, Volume 33, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2020 Story#9
Plugging Abandoned Oil Wells Could Impose Major Liability on State, Report Finds, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#12
9th Circuit Approves Subpoenas Related to Accident at Exxon's Torrance Refinery, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#8
State Oil and Gas Regulator Announces Well Stimulation Crackdown, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#12
Trump Administration Finalizes Oil and Gas Leasing Plan for Parts of California, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#11
State Fines Chevron $2.7 Million over Kern County Oil Spills, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#10
2019 Energy Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#7
2019 Miscellaneous Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#12
2019 Resources Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#14
Newsom Names New Leaders in Oil and Gas Sector, Other Environmental Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2019 Story#8
South Coast Air District Approves Voluntary Deal to Increase Refinery Safety, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#1
Oil Regulators Cite Chevron for Additional Oil Leaks in Kern County, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#6
State, Chevron Work to Stem Months-Long Kern County Oil Spill, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#5
Newsom Ousts State Oil and Gas Supervisor, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#15
State Lands Commission Cancels Offshore Oil and Gas Leases near Carpinteria, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#4
Federal Government Proposes Oil and Gas Plan for Bay Area to Central Valley, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#14
Superior Court Nixes Portion of Monterey County Fracking and Oil Drilling Ban, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#13
Phillips 66 Drops Planned Oil-by-Rail Project in San Luis Obispo County, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#3
Appellate Court Allows Case Over CEQA Reviews of Oil Drilling Permits to Resume, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#7
Federal Land Managers Agree to Pause Oil and Gas Leasing to Analyze Impacts of Fracking, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#5
Central Valley Water Regulators Finalize Rules for Oil Industry Wastewater Disposal , Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#14
Central Valley Water Board Proposes New Rules on Oil Wastewater Disposal Ponds, Volume 30, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2017 Story#16
Attorney General, Coastal Commission Sue Feds Over Offshore Fracking Review, Volume 30, Issues 14 & 15 Date=1/15/2017 Story#15
U.S. Forest Service Puts Oil and Gas Leasing Plan on Hold in Los Padres National Forest, Volume 30, Issue 13 Date=12/15/2016 Story#5
Environmentalists Sue Federal Government Over Environmental Review of Fracking Off Southern California, Volume 30, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2016 Story#10
Monterey County Voters Approve Ban on Fracking and Halt to New Oil and Gas Development, Volume 30, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2016 Story#6
District Court Rules That Federal Agency Must Analyze Fracking Before Approving Oil and Gas Development, Volume 30, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2016 Story#10
Alameda County Bans Hydraulic Fracking, Other Oil Extraction Activities, Volume 30, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2016 Story#14
BAAQMD Adopts Two New Refinery Rules, Volume 29, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2016 Story#8
Environmentalists Unhappy With Draft of Proposed UIC Regulations, Volume 29, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2016 Story#6
Massive Gas Leak Likely to Lead to New Legislation and Regulations On Gas Storage, Volume 29, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2016 Story#1
Regional Water Board Official Appointed to Head DOGGR, Volume 29, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/21/2015 Story#9
DOGGR Issues Plan for Comprehensive Reform of Oil and Gas Enforcement Program, Volume 29, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2015 Story#1
Federal Court Dismisses Railroads' Challenge to Oil Spill Law as Premature, Volume 29, Issue 2 & 3 Date=7/17/2015 Story#3

OIL SPILLS

Attorney General Reaches Plea Deal in Walnut Creek Oil Spill Case, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#3
Federal Grand Jury Issues Indictment Over Huntington Beach Oil Spill, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#4
State Officials Respond to Orange County Oil Spill, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#11
Newsom, Legislature Reach Deal on Budget, DTSC Reform, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#5
2020 Introduction to Bills Signed, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#1
2020 Miscellaneous Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#10
State, Ventura County Reach $1.6 Settlement over Oil Spill, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#9
State Responds to Crude Oil Spill in Santa Barbara County, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#8
State, Federal Government Seal $60 Settlement over San Refugio Oil Spill, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#7
State Fines Chevron $2.7 Million over Kern County Oil Spills, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#10
2019 Miscellaneous Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#12
Oil Regulators Cite Chevron for Additional Oil Leaks in Kern County, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#6
State, Chevron Work to Stem Months-Long Kern County Oil Spill, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#5
Judge Orders Company to Pay $3.35 Million Over Santa Barbara Oil Spill, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#6
2018 Coastal Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#4
Santa Barbara Jury Convicts Company Responsible for Refugio Beach Oil Spill, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#10
Governor Announces Several Appointments, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#6
OSPR Proposes New Rules on Oil Transfer Operations, Volume 14, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2001 Story#15
OSPR Proposes Increases in On-Water Recovery Rates, Volume 14, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2001 Story#16
OSPR Ready to Extend Jurisdiction to Nontank Vessels, Volume 12, Issue 16 Date=1/31/1999 Story#4
OSPR Proposes Regulations on Oil Spill Cleanup Agents, Volume 11, Issue 21 Date=4/17/1998 Story#5

PANDEMIC

Newsom Lifts COVD-19 CEQA Rules, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#1
Appellate Court Reject Cities' Challenge to L.A. Stormwater Permit, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#10
Federal Spending Bill Boosts Funding for California Water Projects, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#12
Energy Commission Issues $384 Million Clean Transportation Investment Plan, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#4
Newsom Extends Recycling Rules Relaxation, Reimposes Plastic Bag Ban, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#3
Judicial Council Sets Deadline to File CEQA Cases Postponed During Pandemic, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#2
High-Speed Rail Authority Issues Draft EIR for Burbank to Los Angeles Route, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#1
California Attorney General Spars with EPA on COVID-19 Policy, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#4
Faced with Recession, Newsom Drops Climate Spending in Revised Budget, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#6
State Water Board Fines Laboratory for Alleged Misrepresentations, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#6
Environmental Agencies Take New Steps in Wake of COVID-19, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#3
State Eases CEQA Notification Rules, Makes Other Moves in Face of COVID-19, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#2
OEHHA Delays Setting Date for CIC Meeting on Acetaminophen, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#13
California Courts, U.S. EPA Announce New Initiatives During COVID-19 Crisis, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#3
California AG Objects to EPA's COVID-19 Enforcement Policy, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#4
Environmental Agencies, Courts Respond to Coronavirus Pandemic, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#18

PARKS

Newsom's Revised Budget Boosts Spending on Climate, Clean Cars, Drought, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#8
Coastal Commission Orders End to Off-Highway Vehicle Use at Oceano Dunes, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#3
Newsom's Most Recent Environmental Appointments, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#7
2021 Parks and Recreation Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#14
Governor Newsom Makes Several Environmental Appointments, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#12
Gov. Newsom Makes New Environmental Appointments, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#5
Coastal Commission Rebukes State Parks Dept. Over Treatment of Snowy Plovers, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#5
2019 Coastal Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#5
Gov. Newsom Makes Several Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#9
Voters to Weigh In On Environmental Initiative Measures in June Election, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#1
Appellate Panel Upholds CEQA Exemption for Cell Phone Tower in San Diego Park, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#9
2018 Parks and Recreation Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#12

PARKS AND RECREATION

Court Upholds CEQA Review of Project that Cut Parking at Popular Hiking Spot, Volume 35, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2021 Story#8
Newsom's Revised Budget Boosts Spending on Climate, Clean Cars, Drought, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#8
Coastal Commission Orders End to Off-Highway Vehicle Use at Oceano Dunes, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#3
Newsom's Most Recent Environmental Appointments, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#7
2021 Parks and Recreation Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#14

PEOPLE IN THE NEWS

Burke Retires from South Coast Air District, Rendon Names Replacement, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#1
Newsom's Recent Environmental Appointments , Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#8
CARB Makes New Environmental Justice Hires, Mary Nichols Heads to UC Institute, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#1
Public Utilities Commission Picks New Executive Director, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#4
Lahontan Regional Water Board Names New Executive Officer, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#16
Newsom Makes Appointments to CPUC, DTSC and Other Agencies, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#10
EPA Chief Fires Region 9 Head, Names Former PG&E Attorney as Replacement, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#10
Gov. Brown Appoints New Head of Department of Water Resources, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#8
Governor Appoints Deputy Director of State Water Project, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#4
Brown Announces Appointments, Acting Director of Department of Water Resources Retires, Volume 31, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2017 Story#7
Santa Ana Water Board Names New Executive Officer, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#13
Gov. Brown Makes Appointment at CalRecycle, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#8
Sacramento Air District Hires New Executive Director, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#14
AG Names David Zonana as Adviser on Environmental Matters, Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#11
Governor Brown Makes Several Environmental Appointments , Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#6
Brown makes appointments to Department of Water Resources and Food and Agriculture Board, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#9
Two New Expert Panel Members Appointed and Two Others Reappointed, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#14
DTSC Appoints Three New Members to the Green Ribbon Science Panel, Volume 30, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2016 Story#12
Comments on Methanol MADL Are Uniformly Critical, Volume 26, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2012 Story#12
Brown Places His Stamp on Two Expert Committees, Volume 26, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2012 Story#14
Politics Intrudes on Science Panel as Brown Removes Prop. 29 Opponent and Five Others, Volume 25, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2012 Story#7
Long-Time Head of OEHHA Resigns, Volume 24, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2011 Story#2

PERMITTING

DTSC Issues Revised Changes to Hazardous Waste Facility Permits, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#10
Forest Service Grants Nestle New Permit to Bottle Water from Mountain Creek, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#17
DTSC to Revamp its Hazardous Waste Facility Permit System, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#5
San Joaquin Valley District Will Lower Threshold for Application of Dairy Rule, Volume 23, Issue 23 Date=5/17/2010 Story#7
South Coast AQMD Will Add VOC Content Limits for Lubricants and Metalworking Fluids, Volume 23, Issue 23 Date=5/17/2010 Story#8
San Diego County DPW Cuts Paperwork and Costs Under Blanket Permit, Volume 13, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2000 Story#21

PESTICIDES

State Regulator Reaches Settlement Over Illegal Pesticide Sales, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#2
Newsom Boosts Energy and Drought Spending in Revised May Budget, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#4
9th Circuit Orders EPA Again to Respond to Petition to Cancel Pet Pesticide, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#6
Regulators Propose New Limits on Neonicotinoid Use to Protect Pollinators, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#10
2022 Pesticides Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#12
State Water Board Adds New Waterbodies to its Pollution Watch List, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#10
Newsom Calls for Major Boost in Climate Change Spending in Budget Proposal, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#8
Newsom Names New Head of Dept. of Pesticide Regulation, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#7
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Level for Pesticide 1,3-Dichloropropene, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#12
2021 Pesticides Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#12
Introduction to 2021 Enacted Legislation for the 2021-2022 Legislative Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#18
State Wrongly Sidestepped Rulemaking Process on Pesticide 1,3-D, Court Rules, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#13
Pesticide Regulator Investigating Neonicotinoid Pesticide in Groundwater, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#10
EPA Revokes Chlorpyrifos Approvals in Wake of 9th Circuit Ruling, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#10
9th Circuit Issues Yet Another Order for EPA to Act on Chlorpyrifos, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#8
Feinstein Calls for More Research into DDT Dump Site Near Santa Catalina Island, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#3
Newsom's Revised Budget Boosts Spending on Climate, Clean Cars, Drought, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#8
EPA Alleges Pesticide Violations at San Bernardino Immigrant Detention Facility, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#6
2021 Pesticides Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#15
State Water Board Proposes Statewide Rule for Vegetation Treatment Projects, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#11
OEHHA Releases Latest Version of EnviroScreen EJ Screening Tool, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#12
Newsom Proposes Big Spending on Clean Cars and Wildfires in New Budget, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#6
Wildlife Officials Put Off Listing Monarch Butterflies Under Endangered Species Act, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#2
California Attorney General Attacks EPA Rule on Farmworker Pesticide Protections, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#7
State Water Board Finalizes New Toxicity Rules, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#15
State Sues Helicopter Company over Alleged Pesticide Drift, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#7
2020 Introduction to Bills Signed, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#1
2020 Pesticides Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#11
Dept. of Pesticide Regulation Settles with Nevada Pesticide Application Company, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#6
California Hits Trump Administration with New Bevy of Lawsuits, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#3
Ninth Circuit Lets Registration of Enlist Duo Stand Pending Further ESA Review, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#10
State Issues Report on Transition Away From Chlorpyrifos on Crops, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#11
State Pesticide Regulator Restricts Use of Carbaryl, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#12
OEHHA Finalizes Drinking Water Guideline for Pesticide DBCP, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#13
OEHHA Finalizes Safe Harbor for Chlorpyrifos, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#17
OEHHA Alters Proposed Update to Drinking Water Goal for Pesticide DBCP, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#13
Ninth Circuit Invalidates Registrations of Dicamba Pesticides, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#11
9th Circuit Rebukes EPA Over Delayed Response to Pesticide Petition, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#8
Newsom Makes Several Environmental Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#7
Environmental Agencies Take New Steps in Wake of COVID-19, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#3
Introduction to 2020 Proposed Environmental Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#1
2020 Pesticides Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#12
Pesticide Regulator Fines Farms for Using Methomyl on Strawberries, Volume 33, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2020 Story#7
Chief Manufacturer of Chlorpyrifos to End Production of Pesticide, Volume 33, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2020 Story#8
Governor Newsom Makes Numerous Appointments , Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#7
Chlorpyrifos Use In California to End on Accelerated Schedule, Volume 33, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2019 Story#11
California Kickstarts Move to Ban Chlorpyrifos, Find Alternatives, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#15
Pesticide Regulator Moves to Limit Use of Carbaryl, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#12
Department of Pesticide Regulation Gets New Interim Head, Volume 32, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2019 Story#11
OEHHA Proposes Prop. 65 Safe Harbor Level for Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#13
Newsom Proposes Revised Budget, Boosts Environmental Spending, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#10
California Moves to End Use of Pesticide Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#13
9th Circuit Gives EPA 90 Days to Respond to Request to Ban Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#10
2019 Pesticides Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#13
9th Circuit to Reconsider Chlorpyrifos Ruling, Volume 32, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2019 Story#10
Regulators To Crack Down on Violators of Pesticide Training and Application Rules, Volume 32, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2019 Story#4
Pesticide Regulators to Allow Continued Use of Pesticides with Chlorthal-Dimethyl, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#13
OEHHA Finalizes Change to Safe Harbor Warning Language for Pesticides, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#13
With Nationwide Ban in Limbo, State Recommends Limits on Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#10
Pesticide Regulators Propose New Look at Rodenticide Use in California, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#11
2018 Pesticides Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#13
Brown Makes Appointments to Several Agencies and Panels, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#9
State Pesticide Regulators Find Some Risk to Bees from Neonicotinoids, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#11
Attorney General Sues EPA Over Landfill Methane, Pesticide Safety Rules, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#7
OEHHA Floats Change to Prop. 65 Safe Harbor Warning Language for Pesticides, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#13
Superior Court Halts Department of Food and Agriculture Pest Spraying Program, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#9
Pesticide Regulator Considers Barring Use of Pesticides with Chlorthal-Dimethyl, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#13
Governor Brown Makes Several Environmental Appointments , Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#7
State Pesticide Regulators to Take New Look at Safety of Two Pyrethroid Pesticides, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#19
Dept. of Pesticide Regulation Halts Increased Use of Certain Pesticides, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#20
Appellate Court Overturns Approval of Expanded Neonicotinoid Pesticide Use, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#8
Department of Pesticide Regulation Increases Scrutiny on Chlorpyrifos, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#17
State Allows Continued Use of Pesticides Containing Metolachlor or S-Metolachlor, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#16
State Water Board Sets First Ever Drinking Water Limit for 1,2,3-Trichloropropane, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#14
State Releases Guidance on New Pesticide Registration Requirement, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#14
California Fights EPA Decision Allowing Continued Use of Chlorpyrifos Pesticide, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#4
9th Circuit Revokes EPA Approval of Nanosilver Pesticide, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#11
EPA May Need to Look at Neonicotinoid Effects on Endangered Species, Court Rules, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#13
Pesticide regulators change proposed rule setting spraying buffer zones near schools, Volume 30, Issue 20 Date=4/ 1/2017 Story#3
Pesticide 2017 Bills, Volume 30, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2017 Story#19

PESTICIDES/HERBICIDES/FUNGICIDES

State Regulator Reaches Settlement Over Illegal Pesticide Sales, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#2
Newsom Boosts Energy and Drought Spending in Revised May Budget, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#4
9th Circuit Orders EPA Again to Respond to Petition to Cancel Pet Pesticide, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#6
Regulators Propose New Limits on Neonicotinoid Use to Protect Pollinators, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#10
2022 Pesticides Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#12
State Water Board Adds New Waterbodies to its Pollution Watch List, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#10
Newsom Calls for Major Boost in Climate Change Spending in Budget Proposal, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#8
Newsom Names New Head of Dept. of Pesticide Regulation, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#7
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Level for Pesticide 1,3-Dichloropropene, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#12
2021 Pesticides Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#12
Introduction to 2021 Enacted Legislation for the 2021-2022 Legislative Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#18
State Wrongly Sidestepped Rulemaking Process on Pesticide 1,3-D, Court Rules, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#13
Pesticide Regulator Investigating Neonicotinoid Pesticide in Groundwater, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#10
EPA Revokes Chlorpyrifos Approvals in Wake of 9th Circuit Ruling, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#10
9th Circuit Issues Yet Another Order for EPA to Act on Chlorpyrifos, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#8
Feinstein Calls for More Research into DDT Dump Site Near Santa Catalina Island, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#3
Newsom's Revised Budget Boosts Spending on Climate, Clean Cars, Drought, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#8
EPA Alleges Pesticide Violations at San Bernardino Immigrant Detention Facility, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#6
2021 Pesticides Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#15
State Water Board Proposes Statewide Rule for Vegetation Treatment Projects, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#11
OEHHA Releases Latest Version of EnviroScreen EJ Screening Tool, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#12
Newsom Proposes Big Spending on Clean Cars and Wildfires in New Budget, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#6
Wildlife Officials Put Off Listing Monarch Butterflies Under Endangered Species Act, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#2
California Attorney General Attacks EPA Rule on Farmworker Pesticide Protections, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#7
State Water Board Finalizes New Toxicity Rules, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#15
State Sues Helicopter Company over Alleged Pesticide Drift, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#7
2020 Introduction to Bills Signed, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#1
2020 Pesticides Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#11
Dept. of Pesticide Regulation Settles with Nevada Pesticide Application Company, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#6
California Hits Trump Administration with New Bevy of Lawsuits, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#3
Ninth Circuit Lets Registration of Enlist Duo Stand Pending Further ESA Review, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#10
State Issues Report on Transition Away From Chlorpyrifos on Crops, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#11
State Pesticide Regulator Restricts Use of Carbaryl, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#12
OEHHA Finalizes Drinking Water Guideline for Pesticide DBCP, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#13
OEHHA Finalizes Safe Harbor for Chlorpyrifos, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#17
OEHHA Alters Proposed Update to Drinking Water Goal for Pesticide DBCP, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#13
Ninth Circuit Invalidates Registrations of Dicamba Pesticides, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#11
9th Circuit Rebukes EPA Over Delayed Response to Pesticide Petition, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#8
Newsom Makes Several Environmental Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#7
Environmental Agencies Take New Steps in Wake of COVID-19, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#3
Introduction to 2020 Proposed Environmental Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#1
2020 Pesticides Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#12
Pesticide Regulator Fines Farms for Using Methomyl on Strawberries, Volume 33, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2020 Story#7
Chief Manufacturer of Chlorpyrifos to End Production of Pesticide, Volume 33, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2020 Story#8
Governor Newsom Makes Numerous Appointments , Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#7
Chlorpyrifos Use In California to End on Accelerated Schedule, Volume 33, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2019 Story#11
California Kickstarts Move to Ban Chlorpyrifos, Find Alternatives, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#15
Pesticide Regulator Moves to Limit Use of Carbaryl, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#12
Department of Pesticide Regulation Gets New Interim Head, Volume 32, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2019 Story#11
OEHHA Proposes Prop. 65 Safe Harbor Level for Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#13
Newsom Proposes Revised Budget, Boosts Environmental Spending, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#10
California Moves to End Use of Pesticide Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#13
9th Circuit Gives EPA 90 Days to Respond to Request to Ban Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#10
2019 Pesticides Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#13
9th Circuit to Reconsider Chlorpyrifos Ruling, Volume 32, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2019 Story#10
Regulators To Crack Down on Violators of Pesticide Training and Application Rules, Volume 32, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2019 Story#4
Pesticide Regulators to Allow Continued Use of Pesticides with Chlorthal-Dimethyl, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#13
OEHHA Finalizes Change to Safe Harbor Warning Language for Pesticides, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#13
With Nationwide Ban in Limbo, State Recommends Limits on Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#10
Pesticide Regulators Propose New Look at Rodenticide Use in California, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#11
2018 Pesticides Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#13
Brown Makes Appointments to Several Agencies and Panels, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#9
State Pesticide Regulators Find Some Risk to Bees from Neonicotinoids, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#11
Attorney General Sues EPA Over Landfill Methane, Pesticide Safety Rules, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#7
OEHHA Floats Change to Prop. 65 Safe Harbor Warning Language for Pesticides, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#13
Superior Court Halts Department of Food and Agriculture Pest Spraying Program, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#9
Pesticide Regulator Considers Barring Use of Pesticides with Chlorthal-Dimethyl, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#13
Governor Brown Makes Several Environmental Appointments , Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#7
State Pesticide Regulators to Take New Look at Safety of Two Pyrethroid Pesticides, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#19
Dept. of Pesticide Regulation Halts Increased Use of Certain Pesticides, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#20
Appellate Court Overturns Approval of Expanded Neonicotinoid Pesticide Use, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#8
Department of Pesticide Regulation Increases Scrutiny on Chlorpyrifos, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#17
State Allows Continued Use of Pesticides Containing Metolachlor or S-Metolachlor, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#16
State Water Board Sets First Ever Drinking Water Limit for 1,2,3-Trichloropropane, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#14
State Releases Guidance on New Pesticide Registration Requirement, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#14
California Fights EPA Decision Allowing Continued Use of Chlorpyrifos Pesticide, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#4
9th Circuit Revokes EPA Approval of Nanosilver Pesticide, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#11
EPA May Need to Look at Neonicotinoid Effects on Endangered Species, Court Rules, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#13
Pesticide regulators change proposed rule setting spraying buffer zones near schools, Volume 30, Issue 20 Date=4/ 1/2017 Story#3
Pesticide 2017 Bills, Volume 30, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2017 Story#19

POLLUTION

California Moves to Defend its Clean Car Standards in Face of Legal Attack, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#7
9th Circuit Rejects State Plan for Cutting San Joaquin Valley Particulate Pollution, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#3
DTSC and Boeing Agree on Path to Cleanup of Santa Susana Field Laboratory, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#3
Attorney General Launches Investigation of Oil Industry's Role in Plastic Pollution, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#7
Newsom Extends Cooperation with China on Addressing Climate Change, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#2
San Diego Region Settles Cross-Border Water Pollution Suits with U.S., Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#5
Attorney General, Sierra Club Settle Warehouse Development Lawsuit with Fontana, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#6
CARB Proposes Transition to Zero-Emission Cars by 2035, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#1
AG Gives Thumbs-Down to Fresno County's Draft General Plan, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#5
DTSC Orders Cleanup of Simi Valley Shooting Range, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#6
Appellate Court Rebuffs Effort to Tighten Controls on Agricultural Runoff Pollution, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#10
DTSC Issues Cleanup Order to Redwood City Metal Shredder, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#5
EPA Nixes Trump-Era Move on California's Clean Air Act Waiver, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#1
CPUC Adopts First-Ever Biomethane Procurement Targets for Gas Utilities, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#4
Air District Launches Effort to Regulate L.A. and Long Beach Port Emissions, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#1
CARB Taps East Oakland and San Diego Border for Pollution Fighting Program, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#2
OEHHA Examines Air Pollution Effects of State's Cap-and-Trade Program, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#3
Bay Area Air District Seeks Abatement Order over Benicia Refinery Emissions, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#4
Prosecutors and Bridgestone Settle Hazardous Waste Case for $3.94 Million, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#6
State Water Board Adds New Waterbodies to its Pollution Watch List, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#10
State Water Board Adds New Waterbodies to its Pollution Watch List, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#10
Bay Area Air District Tightens Permitting Requirements in Overburdened Areas, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#1
Attorney General Reaches Plea Deal in Walnut Creek Oil Spill Case, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#3
AG Settlement Pushes Huntington Park to Assess Environmental Justice in Planning, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#4
California High Court to Review Monterey County Measure Limiting Oil and Gas Activity, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#8
DTSC Files Suits Over Alleged Hazardous Waste Problems at Three Sites, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#5
State Water Board Adopts Groundbreaking Test Method for Microplastics, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#12
CARB and Honda Reach $6.9 Million Settlement Over Small Off-Road Engine Rule, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#5
Newsom Calls for Major Boost in Climate Change Spending in Budget Proposal, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#8
Appellate Court Denies Union Bid to Intervene in L.A. Port Pollution Case, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#10
Newsom Picks New Member of Public Utilities Commission, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#9
Richmond Settles Legal Fight Over Coal and Petcoke Storage Ban, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#7
DTSC Approves Emergency Rule for Metal Shredder Residue Disposal, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#8
CARB Approves Truck Smog Check Program and Limits on Small Engine Pollution, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#1
California Praises New EPA Rule Limiting Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#2
Greenhouse Gas Cuts from Agriculture May Be Inflated, Legislative Analyst Finds, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#3
DTSC Alleges Hazardous Waste Mismanagement at Pittsburg Chemical Plant, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#5
DTSC Orders Terminal Island Metal Shredder to Deal With Hazardous Waste, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#6
South Coast Air District Approves New Emissions Limits on Refineries, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#1
U.S. Sues San Diego Water Board Over Cross-Border Water Pollution Rules, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#5
Attorney General, CARB to Help Defend South Coast Air District Warehouse Rule, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#6
Biofuel Plant Employee Sentenced to Prison Over Water Pollution Violations, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#4
9th Circuit Weighs in on Clean Water Act Claims Against Corona Clay Company, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#10
State Poised to Require Small Off-Road Engines to Go Zero-Emissions, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#1
Federal, State Agencies Reach $77.6 Million Cleanup Deal for L.A. County Superfund Site, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#5
9th Circuit Overturns Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation Permit, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#12
Superior Court Invalidates San Joaquin Valley Oil Refinery Monitoring Rule, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#9
CARB Considers Tightening Emissions for Commercial Harbor Craft, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#1
California Officials Urge EPA to Adopt Stringent Greenhouse Gas Car Standards, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#2
9th Circuit Nixes California's Plan for Cutting Ozone in the San Joaquin Valley, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#6
State and U.S. EPA Pledge to Boost Environmental Justice Collaboration, Volume 35, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2021 Story#3
CARB Fines Southern California Edison Over Climate Super-Pollutant Management, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#3
CARB Reaches $2.38 Million Settlement Over Clean Truck Incentives, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#9
DTSC Proposes Emergency Rule to Regulate Metal Shredding as Hazardous Waste, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#11
Bay Area Air Regulator Fines Tesla $1 Million, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#6
U.S. EPA Agrees to Make Decisions on Ozone Attainment Plans, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#7
EPA Settles With Corona Car Part Maker Over Alleged Defeat Device Sales, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#8
9th Circuit Upholds EPA Ozone Air Quality Attainment Decision for Arizona, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#12
Los Angeles Water Board Approves New Stormwater Permit for Cities, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#15
California Pushes EPA to Tighten Limits on Climate Super Pollutants in Refrigerants, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#3
CARB, Albertsons Settle Refrigerant Rule Violations for $5.1 Million, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#6
DTSC Releases Framework for Hazardous Waste Facility Permitting, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#9
CARB Floats Emissions Cuts, Zero-Emission Mandate for Transport Refrigeration Units, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#2
Biden Administration Hews Closer to California in New Greenhouse Gas Vehicle Rule, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#4
Smoke from Camp Fire Laced with Lead, Other Toxic Metals, CARB Study Reveals, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#1
DTSC Takes Enforcement Action Against Two Metal Recycling Businesses, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#4
Regional Water Board Reaches $1.5 Million Settlement over Laguna Beach Sewage Spill, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#5
South Coast Air District Approves Warehouse Indirect Source Rule, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#1
Court Imposes $2 Million Penalty on Humboldt County Company Over Water Pollution, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#7
Appellate Court Upholds CARB Fee on Architectural Coating Manufacturers, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#8
State Water Board Proposes New Rules for Construction Stormwater Runoff, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#13
Federal Jury Convicts Ship Employee in San Francisco Bay Pollution Case, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#4
Grand Jury Indicts Orange County Wastewater Treatment Company, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#8
Biden Administration Takes First Step to Reverse Trump-Era Vehicle Tailpipe Rules, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#1
California Announces New Consortium to Use Satellites to Spur Climate Action, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#2
Central Coast Water Board Adopts New Agricultural Runoff Rules, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#16
Central Valley Water Board Reaches $2.5 Million Settlement with State Prison, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#7
Newsom Directs State to Phase Out Fracking Permits, Study Ending Oil Extraction, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#11
State Water Board Seeks Data on PFAS at Refineries and Fuel Storage Terminals, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#12
DTSC Takes Numerous Enforcement Actions Against Metal Recyclers, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#5
9th Circuit Tosses Guilty Verdict in Clean Water Act Case, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#9
CARB Picks Two New Communities for Focused Air Pollution Reductions, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#2
Appellate Court Reject Cities' Challenge to L.A. Stormwater Permit, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#10
Air Resources Board Proposes Cuts to VOC Emissions from Consumer Products, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#1
CPUC Issues Guidelines for Renewable Energy Transmission Planning, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#3
OEHHA Releases Latest Version of EnviroScreen EJ Screening Tool, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#12
CARB May Be Inflating Greenhouse Gas Cuts from Transportation, State Auditor Says, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#2
Metal Recycler Schnitzer Steel Reaches $4.1 Million Hazardous Waste Settlement, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#6
South Coast Air District Considers Regulating Warehouse-Related Vehicle Pollution, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#2
California Court Fight with Trump Over Clean Air Act Waiver Put on Ice, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#5
State Water Board Approves First Statewide Rule Governing Winery Wastewater, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#13
State Water Board Finalizes New Toxicity Rules, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#15
GM, Nissan Back Down in Legal Fight with California over Tailpipe Emissions, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#1
State and Jet Propulsion Laboratory to Cooperate on Climate Change Understanding, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#2
CARB Sets Limits on Climate Super Pollutants in Refrigerators and Air Conditioners, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#3
Southern California Edison Pleads Guilty, Pays $3.5 Million for Environmental Damage, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#5
Entire Friant Ranch Project Approval Should Be Tossed, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#10
CARB Strengthens Air Pollution Monitoring and Reporting Rules Statewide, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#1
South Coast Air District and Others Sue Over L.A. Port Terminal Environmental Review, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#4
9th Circuit Sides with EPA on Deadlines for Landfill Emissions Plans, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#11
State Fights Exide Bankruptcy Fearing Funding Shortfall for Lead Cleanup, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#2
9th Circuit Finds Nevada County Mine Operator, not U.S., Liable for Site Cleanup, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#11
CARB Reaches Nearly $2 Million Settlement with Del Monte over Ship Emissions, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#7
CARB Reaches $285 Million Settlement With Daimler over Defeat Devices, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#8
U.S. EPA Adds Orange County's North Basin Aquifer to Superfund List, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#5
Legislative Analyst's Office Urges Improved Approach to Abandoned Mine Cleanups, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#18
Central Coast Water Board Reaches $1.2 Settlement with Monterey Mushrooms Inc., Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#4
CARB Proposes Dramatically Tighter NOx Standard for Heavy-Duty Truck Engines, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#1
State Water Board Revises Proposed Toxicity Provisions to Protect Aquatic Life, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#16
Governor, Legislature Enact $202 Billion Budget for 2020-2021, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#9
State Approves Landmark Zero Emission Truck Rule, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#1
CARB Calls on San Joaquin Air District to Improve its Emissions Credit Program, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#2
9th Circuit Opens Volkswagen Up to More Liability in Diesel Emissions Scandal, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#9
State Water Board Adopts Definition for Microplastics in Drinking Water, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#19
CARB Reaches $2 Million Settlement with Navistar Over Truck Engine Modifications, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#6
California Challenges Trump Administration's Weakened Car Pollution Rule, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#5
California Attorney General Spars with EPA on COVID-19 Policy, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#4
Supreme Court Curbs 9th Circuit Ruling on Clean Water Act Permits, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#7
Landowners Need EPA Approval to Pursue Superfund Cleanup, Supreme Court Rules, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#8
Attorney General Sues Trump Administration on Water, Energy Efficiency Rules, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#4
San Francisco Water Board Reaches Deal with Mushroom Farm, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#5
Singapore Shipping Company to Pay $1.65 Million in Water Pollution Case, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#7
California AG Objects to EPA's COVID-19 Enforcement Policy, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#4
California Courts, U.S. EPA Announce New Initiatives During COVID-19 Crisis, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#3
Environmental Group Sues Major Companies Over Plastic Pollution Problem, Volume 33, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2020 Story#4

PRIORITY PRODUCT

DTSC Releases List of Alternatives to PFASs in Textile and Leather Treatments, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#8
DTSC Proposes Adding 6PPD in Tires as a SCP Priority Product, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#9
DTSC Finalizes Listing of PFAS Textile and Leather Treatments as SCP Priority Product, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#11
DTSC Proposes PFAS Treatments and Toluene Nail Products as Priority Products, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#12
DTSC Finalizes Identifying PFAS in Carpets and Rugs as Fourth Priority Product, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#15
DTSC Investigating Chemicals in Tires for Priority Product Designation, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#14
DTSC to Consider Listing Hair Straightening Products Under the SCP, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#12
Court Holds that DTSC's SPF System Priority Product Listing Failed to Comply With CEQA, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#11
DTSC Rejects Claims by SPF System Manufacturers Over Adequacy Of Alternatives, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#18

PRODUCT STEWARDSHIP

DTSC Releases List of Alternatives to PFASs in Textile and Leather Treatments, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#8
DTSC Proposes Adding 6PPD in Tires as a SCP Priority Product, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#9
DTSC Finalizes Listing of PFAS Textile and Leather Treatments as SCP Priority Product, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#11
2022 Safer Consumer Products Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#14
DTSC Partners With Tech Platform to Alert Consumers to Toxic Chemicals In Consumer Products, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#14
2021 Safer Consumer Products Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#14
OEHHA Releases Latest List and Guides on Purchasing Children's Art Supplies, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#14
DTSC Investigating Chemicals in Tires for Priority Product Designation, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#14
DTSC to Consider Listing Hair Straightening Products Under the SCP, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#12
DTSC Finalizes SCP Work Plan After Some Small Changes, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#15
DTSC Releases Rationale for Naming Zinc in Tires Under the SCP Program, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#12
Court Holds that DTSC's SPF System Priority Product Listing Failed to Comply With CEQA, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#11
2021 Safer Consumer Products Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#17
DTSC Proposes Adding Children's Products and Tires to Latest SCP Work Plan, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#11
DTSC Says it Will Ask Tire Makers to Consider Removing Zinc, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#10
DTSC Rejects Claims by SPF System Manufacturers Over Adequacy Of Alternatives, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#18
DTSC Looking at Controlling 1-4 Dioxane Creation in Cleaning and Personal Care Products, Volume 32, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2019 Story#12
Petition to Add Zinc in Tires As Priority Product Moves Forward, Volume 32, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2019 Story#13
Green Chemistry Reform Bill Moves Ahead Despite Industry Opposition, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#13
2019 Safer Consumer Products Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#16
DTSC Begins Process of Listing Nail Products Containing Toluene as Priority Product, Volume 32, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2019 Story#13
DTSC Concludes That Manufacturers of Children's Bedding Are Phasing Out Flame Retardants, Volume 32, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2019 Story#14
ACC Takes Next Step in Its Challenge to Priority Product Listing of SPF Systems, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#20
DTSC Names Methylene Chloride Strippers as an SCP Priority Product, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#19
2018 Safer Consumer Products Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#14
Group Seeks Listing of Zinc-Containing Tires as Priority Product, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#11
ACC Asks DTSC to Take A Second Look at Decision to Identify SPF Systems as Priority Product, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#12
Industry Group Critical of DTSC's Plan to List Laundry Detergent Additive as Priority Product, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#15
DTSC Considering Listing NPE Containing Laundry Detergents as Priority Product , Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#12
DTSC Releases Final Version of Priority Product Work Plan with Few Changes, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#13
DTSC Lists SPF Systems as Second Priority Product under Its SCP Program, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#12
Critics of Draft Priority Product Work Plan Complain About Lack of Detail and Regulatory Overlap, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#17
DTSC Intends to List Carpets and Rugs Containing PFAs as a Priority Product, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#14
Governor Brown Signs Cleaning Products Labeling Law, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#12
DTSC Begins Work on Next Version of SCP Priority Product Work Plan, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#5
DTSC Will Hold Workshop to Discuss Designating Lead-Acid Batteries as a Priority Product, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#6
DTSC Designates First Priority Product: Children's Foam-Padded Sleeping Products, Volume 31, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2017 Story#8
DTSC's Final Priority Product Work Plan Retains Same Seven Candidate Categories, Volume 28, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2015 Story#10

PRODUCTS OF INTEREST

DTSC Releases List of Alternatives to PFASs in Textile and Leather Treatments, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#8
DTSC Proposes Adding 6PPD in Tires as a SCP Priority Product, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#9
DTSC Finalizes Listing of PFAS Textile and Leather Treatments as SCP Priority Product, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#11
CARB Reaches $2.1 Million Settlement over Aftermarket Car Part Sales, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#5
OEHHA Releases Latest List and Guides on Purchasing Children's Art Supplies, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#14
DTSC Investigating Chemicals in Tires for Priority Product Designation, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#14
DTSC to Consider Listing Hair Straightening Products Under the SCP, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#12
DTSC Finalizes SCP Work Plan After Some Small Changes, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#15
DTSC Proposes Adding Children's Products and Tires to Latest SCP Work Plan, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#11
DTSC Rejects Claims by SPF System Manufacturers Over Adequacy Of Alternatives, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#18
Petition to Add Zinc in Tires As Priority Product Moves Forward, Volume 32, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2019 Story#13

PROPERTY CLEANUPS

Insurance Used to Fund Innovative Iron Mountain Settlement, Volume 14, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2000 Story#2

PROPERTY RIGHTS

Supreme Court Takings Decision Shocks Property Rights Advocates, Volume 11, Issue 23 Date=5/18/1998 Story#1

PROPOSITION

OEHHA Lists Sedaxane as Proposition 65 Carcinogen Despite Objections, Volume 30, Issue 3 Date=6/16/2016 Story#13
IARC Action on Red and Processed Meats May Cause their Proposition 65 Listing, Volume 29, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2015 Story#3

PROPOSITION 65

OEHHA's DARTIC Panel Lists PFNA But Not PFDA, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#14
Four Proposition 65 Carcinogens Listed by OEHHA, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#15
Prop. 65 Committee Votes to List PFOS as a Proposition 65 Carcinogen, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#11
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Level for Pesticide 1,3-Dichloropropene, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#12
OEHHA Finalizes Prop. 65 Safe Harbor Rules for Three Haloacetic Acids, Volume 35, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2021 Story#9
OEHHA is Proposing a Voluntary Safe Harbor Warning for Glyphosate, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#12
OEHHA Proposes Listing Tetrahydrofuran and Three Acrylates Under Prop. 65, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#11
OEHHA Final Report Links Synthetic Food Dyes and Hyperactivity in Children, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#10
OEHHA Gets Pushback on Proposed PFOA Prop. 65 Listing as a Carcinogen, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#11
OEHHA: Prop. 65 Warning Not Required for Sulfur Dioxide in Soy Sauce, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#14
OEHHA Proposes Listing PFOA as Prop. 65 Carcinogen, Finalizes Other Listings, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#10
State's Opening Brief in Glyphosate Prop. 65 Warning Appeal Will Rely on Customized Warning, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#13
Prop. 65 Will Require Additional Warnings for Internet and Catalog Sales of Alcoholic Beverages, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#10
OEHHA to Limit Use of Prop. 65 Short Form Warnings, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#13
OEHHA Adds Developmental Toxicity to Prop. 65 BPA Listing, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#14
OEHHA Expert Panel Ranks Glyphosate and PFAS as Leading Candidates for Prop. 65 Listing, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#11
Third District Court of Appeal Upholds OEHHA's Listing of BPA, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#13
OEHHA to List Two Substances as Proposition 65 Carcinogens, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#13
Hearing Cancelled But Comments Remain Open on Proposed Acrylamide Safe Harbors, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#14
OEHHA Retreats on Proposed Amendments to Prop. 65 Warning Regulations, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#9
OEHHA Seeks Input on Potential Chemicals to Study for Future Prop. 65 Listing, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#10
Chemistry Council Asks Supreme Court To Overrule Appellate Court Ruling Upholding DINP Listing, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#8
OEHHA Is Proposing A New Safe Harbor Levels for Acrylamide in Prepared Foods, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#16
OEHHA Again Proposes Naturally Occurring Lead Levels for Chili and Tamarind Candies, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#16
Court Of Appeal Upholds DINP Listing, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#13
OEHHA Finalizes Safe Harbor for Chlorpyrifos, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#17
State AGs Push EPA to Broaden Proposed Drinking Water Standard for PFAS, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#20
Federal Judge Bans Prop. 65 Warning for Glyphosate, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#15
9th Circuit Rebukes EPA Over Delayed Response to Pesticide Petition, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#8
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Levels for Water Disinfection Byproducts , Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#12
Business Groups Bash Latest OEHHA Proposal to Change Warning Regulation, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#12
OEHHA Delays Setting Date for CIC Meeting on Acetaminophen, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#13
OEHHA Forcefully Responds to Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine's Request to List Processed Meat as a Known Carcinogen, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#22
The American Chemistry Council's "Accurate Labels Act" Bill Seeks to Preempt Prop. 65 and Other State Health Hazard Disclosure Laws, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#19
OEHHA Proposes New Changes to Prop. 65 Warning Regulations, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#11
State Lists Cannabis Smoke and THC under Proposition 65, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#12
OEHHA Issues Safe Use Determinations for Fungicide Chlorothalonil, Volume 33, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2019 Story#12
Several Groups Urge OEHHA to Reject Listing Acetaminophen under Prop. 65, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#10
OEHHA Issues Hazard Identification Materials as it Weighs Listing Cannabis Smoke and THC under Prop. 65, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#16
OEHHA Proposes Cancer Risk Guidelines for p-chloro-α,α,α-trifluorotoluene (PCBTF), Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#3
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Guideline for p-chloro-α,α,α-trifluorotoluene (PCBTF), Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#15
California Chamber Launches Legal Attack on Prop. 65 Acrylamide Warnings, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#7
2019 Proposition 65 Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#13
OEHHA Offers New Round of Revisions to New Prop 65 Warning Regulations, Volume 33, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2019 Story#12
OEHHA Nixes Plan to Change Prop 65 Rules for Measuring Exposures from Foods, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#8
Appellate Court Rejects Challenge to Prop. 65 Listing of Triazines, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#9
State Water Board Takes Next Step to Regulating PFOA and PFOS, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#12
OEHHA Criticized in Latest Bid to Revise Prop 65 Exposure Rules, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#16
U.S. EPA Rejects OEHHA's Glyphosate Listing Calling It False and Misleading, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#13
Pesticide Regulator Moves to Limit Use of Carbaryl, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#12
OEHHA Modifies Its Proposed Changes to Its Regulation Calculating Prop. 65 Exposure Levels in Food, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#14
OEHHA Lists PCBTF Over Objections of Coating Associations, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#15
OEHHA Proposes Prop. 65 Safe Harbor Level for Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#13
AG Announces Settlements With Distributors Selling Tainted Jewelry And Support For Stronger Legislation, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#7
OEHHA Sets Draft Cancer Risk Guidelines for Cobalt, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#1
OEHHA Finalizes Prop. 65 Warning Language for Residential Rental Properties, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#15
OEHHA Begins Consideration of Applying Prop. 65 to Acetaminophen and Cannabis Products, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#16
OEHHA Finalizes N-Hexane MADLs, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#17
OEHHA Proposes Level for Naturally Occurring Lead in Candy Containing Chili or Tamarind, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#18
OEHHA Proposes Prop. 65 Safe Harbor Language for Rental Vehicle Companies, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#10
2019 Proposition 65 Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#14
OEHHA Issues Revised Draft Air Quality Guidelines for Hexamethylene Diisocyanate, Volume 32, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2019 Story#1
Governor Brown Makes Several Appointments to Prop. 65 Science Boards, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#15
OEHHA Finalizes Change to Safe Harbor Warning Language for Pesticides, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#13
OEHHA Extends Comment Deadline for Proposed Listing of p-Chloro-α,α,α-trifluorotoluene, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#14
With Nationwide Ban in Limbo, State Recommends Limits on Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#10
OEHHA Proposes Tweaks to Recently Enacted Prop. 65 Warning Regulations, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#12
OEHHA Proposes Listing p-Chloro-α,α,α-trifluorotoluene Under Prop. 65, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#13
Two Chemicals Are Listed as Carcinogens by CIC, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#17
OEHHA Issues Clarifications of Proposed Safe Harbor Language for Rental Units , Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#18
OEHHA to Hold Hearing on Change to Reproductive Toxicant Exposure Calculations, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#19
DARTIC Lists Soluble Nickel Compounds as Reproductive Toxicant, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#12
OEHHA Proposes Changes to Calculating Exposure Levels to Reproductive Toxicants in Food, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#11
OEHHA Proposes Listing Cancer Drug Bevacizumab under Prop. 65, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#14
OEHHA Floats Safe Harbor Levels for N-Hexane, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#13
OEHHA Sets Inhalation Cancer Risk Levels for Tert-Butyl Acetate, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#2
Brown Makes Appointments to Several Agencies and Panels, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#9
OEHHA Sets More Stringent Public Health Goals for Cis- and Trans-1,2-dichloroethylene, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#14
OEHHA Issues Hazard Data for N-Nitrosohexamethyleneimine and Gentian Violet, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#12
OEHHA To Make Safe Use Determination Related to Styrene in Bath Products, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#13
OEHHA Releases Hazard Identification Materials for Nickel and Nickel Compounds, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#9
OEHHA Finalizes Safe Harbor Level for Metham Sodium, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#10
Attorney General Says That New FDA Requirements for Warnings on Cigars Generally Comply With Prop. 65 Warning Requirements, Volume 32, Issue 1 and 2 Date=7/ 1/2018 Story#12
OEHHA Moves to Exclude Coffee From Prop. 65 Warning Requirement, Volume 32, Issue 1 and 2 Date=7/ 1/2018 Story#13
Appellate Court Sides with OEHHA in Challenge to Lead Safe Harbor Level, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#10
Court Awards State $1.6 Million in Lead and Cadmium in Jewelry Case, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#5
OEHHA Floats Change to Prop. 65 Safe Harbor Warning Language for Pesticides, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#13
State Appellate Court Approves Prop. 65 Glyphosate Listing, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#8
In Midst of Court Battles, OEHHA Finalizes Glyphosate Prop. 65 Safe Harbor Level, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#11
Group Rescinds Petition to OEHHA Seeking Revised Lead Safe Harbor Level, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#15
Judge Approve Settlement Covering Prop. 65 Warnings by Chocolate Manufacturers, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#16
Coffee Sellers Likely to Have to Post Prop. 65 Warnings on Their Products, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#14
2018 Proposition 65 Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#13
Judge Concludes Requiring Prop. 65 Warning on Glyphosate Products Violates First Amendment, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#13
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Warning Language for Residential Rental Units, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#12
OEHHA Proposes Prop 65 Safe Harbor Level for Metham Sodium, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#15
OEHHA Takes Step to List Metalworking Fluid TRIM® VX under Prop. 65, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#16
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Level for Bromodichloroacetic Acid, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#17
OEHHA'S Carcinogen Identification Committee Nixes Listing Coumarin under Prop. 65 , Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#16
OEHHA Panel Approves Listing Chlorpyrifos and N-Hexane as Developmental Toxicants under Prop 65, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#12
OEHHA Adds PFOA and PFOS to List of Prop. 65 Chemicals, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#11
Prop. 65 Notice Targets Alex Jones and Infowars, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#12
Syngenta Asks OEHHA for Safe Use Determinations for Chlorothalonil, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#10
OEHHA Adds Three New Chemicals to the Prop. 65 List, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#11
Doubts Expressed Regarding Impact of Latest Prop. 65 Legislation, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#10
Bill Changing Rules on Prop. 65 Certificates of Merit Awaits Governor's Signature, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#9
OEHHA Proposes Prop. 65 Listing and Safe Harbor Level for Vinylidene Chloride, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#10
OEHHA Issues Revised and Additional Material for Proposed Chlorpyrifos and n-Hexane Listings, Volume 31, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2017 Story#11
OEHHA to Weigh Listing Chlorpyrifos, N-Hexane and Coumarin under Prop. 65, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#18
OEHHA Proposes Background Levels for Arsenic in Rice, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#13
OEHHA Releases Public Comments on its Proposed Glyphosate Safe Harbor Level, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#12
OEHHA Lists Glyphosate After Supreme Court Rejects Monsanto Plea, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#8
OEHHA Proposes Adding Three New Chemicals to Prop. 65 Through Labor Code Mechanism, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#9
OEHHA Holds Public Hearing on Setting Naturally Occurring Lead Level in Candy, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#10
Bill Addressing Prop. 65 Certificates of Merit Moves Forward, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#15
OEHHA Proposes Minor Changes to Regulations Governing Contents of Notices of Violation, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#18
Hearing on Glyphosate Safe Harbor Level Slated and Comment Period Extended As Opponents Raise Concerns, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#15
OEHHA Will Consider SUD for DINP in Modular Carpet, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#16
OEHHA Finalizes Safe Harbor Levels for Styrene and Triazine Pesticides, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#17
OEHHA Will Consider Process to Establish Permissible Lead Levels in Certain Candies, Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#12
OEHHA Announces it Will List Flame Retardant as Carcinogen, Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#13
AG Concludes that Settlement of Private Enforcement Action is Void, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#13
Two New Expert Panel Members Appointed and Two Others Reappointed, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#14
OEHHA Finalizes Safe Harbor Level for Ethylene Glycol, Volume 30, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2017 Story#1
OEHHA will list glyphosate and proposes a safe harbor for its use, Volume 30, Issue 20 Date=4/ 1/2017 Story#4
Proposition 65 2017 Bills, Volume 30, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2017 Story#20
Judge Dismisses Monsanto Suit Seeking to Block Listing of Glyphosate , Volume 30, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2017 Story#15
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Level for Malathion, Volume 30, Issue 16 Date=2/ 1/2017 Story#16
OEHHA Issues Two Additional DINP SUDs , Volume 30, Issue 16 Date=2/ 1/2017 Story#15
CIC Will Not List Nitrites With Amines or Amides as a Whole Category But May List Individual Combina, Volume 30, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2016 Story#12
David Roe, Prop. 65 Author, Discusses the Good,the Bad and the Indigestible Results of His Creation, Volume 30, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2016 Story#14
Federal Judge Rejects Attempt to Rely on Prop.65 for Unfair Competition Claim Against Makers of Elec, Volume 30, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2016 Story#15
Dow Sued Over Failure to Warn Prior toPesticide Application, Volume 30, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2016 Story#8
Health Groups Continue to Oppose AllowingTemporary Use of BPA Without Warning Labels, Volume 30, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2016 Story#9
OEHHA Lists Sedaxane as Proposition 65 Carcinogen Despite Objections, Volume 30, Issue 3 Date=6/16/2016 Story#13
OEHHA Withdraws and Immediately Reproposes Same Safe Harbor Level for All of Triazine Pesticides, Volume 30, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2016 Story#15
Chanler Group Leads in Prop. 65 Settlements, Volume 29, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2016 Story#16
Lumber Liquidators Wins Prop. 65 Decision But Will Pay a $2.5 Million Fine to the ARB, Volume 29, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2016 Story#3
OEHHA Proposes Emergency Regulation Covering BPA Exposure, Volume 29, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2016 Story#2
Attorney General Modifies Proposed Changes in Regulations Covering Private Party Lawsuits, Volume 29, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2016 Story#12
OEHHA Seeks Information on Four Chemicals For Possible Listing By DART IC, Volume 29, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2016 Story#13
Both Businesses and Private Plaintiff Groups See Problems With A.G.'s Proposed Regulations, Volume 29, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2015 Story#9
IARC Action on Red and Processed Meats May Cause their Proposition 65 Listing, Volume 29, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2015 Story#3
OEHHA's Proposed Change in Lead Safe Harbor Panned by Both Business and Consumer Groups Amidst Pending Lawsuit , Volume 29, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2015 Story#4
DART IC Prioritizes Five Chemicals and Suggests Four Others For Possible Listings, Volume 29, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2015 Story#8
A.G. Proposes Changes in Litigation Regulations Designed to End Diversion of Prop. 65 Settlement Pro, Volume 29, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2015 Story#4
OEHHA Proposes Two Changes to Regulations for Calculating Exposure for Reproductive Toxicants for Sa, Volume 29, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2015 Story#9
OEHHA Proposes to List Four Pesticides, Volume 29, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2015 Story#13
Two Prop. 65 Private Plaintiff Groups Seek Immediate Listing of Four Organophosphate Pesticides, Volume 29, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2015 Story#16
Judge Changes Mind and Lets Lead Safe Harbor Suit Go Forward as Group Petitions OEHHA to Change Stan, Volume 29, Issue 2 & 3 Date=7/17/2015 Story#8
Group Uses Prop. 65 to Attack Fracking Operations, Volume 29, Issue 2 & 3 Date=7/17/2015 Story#9
First Round in Acrylamide in Coffee Trial Goes to Plaintiff , Volume 29, Issue 2 & 3 Date=7/17/2015 Story#7
OEHHA Provides Some Protective Language But Stops Short of Eliminating Requirement to Provide Inform, Volume 29, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2015 Story#9
Despite Intense Opposition Expert Panel Lists BPA as Female Reproductive Toxicant, Volume 28, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2015 Story#7
OEHHA Agrees to Withdraw NOI Covering Nitrites and Let Expert Panel Decide, Volume 28, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2015 Story#8
Enforcement Action Against Lumber Liquidators Cited in 60 Minutes Expose, Volume 28, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2015 Story#4
Judge Concludes that Prop. 65 Carcinogen Identification by Itself Will Not Support a Claim for Medic, Volume 28, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2015 Story#5
Lawsuit Would Expose Products With Any Lead Level to Prop. 65 Enforcement Actions, Volume 28, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2015 Story#2
Three New Members Appointed to DARTIC Panel, Volume 28, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2015 Story#5
Comments on Possible Regulatory Changes Focus on Naturally Occurring Exemption and Safe Use Determin, Volume 28, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2014 Story#2
State's Experts Will Reconsider Twenty-Four Year Old Listing After Petition by Lawsuit Defendant, Volume 28, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2014 Story#23
OEHHA Discusses Latest Ideas on Revisions to Warning Regulations, Volume 28, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2014 Story#14
OEHHA Seeks Public Input on Several Possible Regulatory Actions, Volume 28, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2014 Story#15
Third Version of Labor Code Listing Regs. Drops Provision Keeping Discredited Listing Pending Expert, Volume 28, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2014 Story#16
Panel Suggests Several Possible Reasons for Increase in Listing Litigation, Volume 28, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2014 Story#17
CEH Announces Settlements to Phase Out Use of Cocamide DEA, Volume 28, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2014 Story#19
Chemistry Council Files Suit to Overturn Listing of DINP, Volume 28, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2014 Story#12
A.G.'s Office Warns Prop. 65 Plaintiffs Lawyers Over In-Lieu-of-Penalty Payments, Volume 28, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2014 Story#13
DART Delists One Chemicals But Retains Listing of Two Others, Volume 27, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2014 Story#11
Oakland Group Once Again Leads in Prop. 65 Settlements, Volume 27, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2014 Story#13
HIMs Released for DART Meeting to Consider Delisting of Three Chemicals, Volume 27, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2014 Story#13
Expert Panel Delists Five of HCS Chemicals and Defers Decision on Sixth, Volume 27, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2014 Story#5
Appellate Court Concludes Plaintiff Cannot Utilize Post-60-Day Notice Discovery to Support Certifica, Volume 27, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2014 Story#8
Expert Panel Will Consider Delisting Six More Chemicals Due to HCS, Volume 27, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2014 Story#5
Governor's Budget Allocates Extra Funds for Prop. 65 Regulations Development, Volume 27, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2014 Story#9
OEHHA Intends to List TCE In Spite of Opposition, Volume 27, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2013 Story#18
OEHHA Seeks Comments on Methodology for Tabulating Human and Animal Date for DART Committee, Volume 27, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2013 Story#19
Expert Panel Delists Majority of Chemicals Brought Before It Due to Change in HCS, Volume 27, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2013 Story#7
Appellate Court Holds That Plaintiff Need Only Show That Chemical in Defendants' Products Is Functio, Volume 27, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2013 Story#9
OEHHA Could Delist 16 Chemicals Due to Change in Hazard Communication Standard, Volume 27, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2013 Story#10
Business and Environmental/Labor Groups Sharply Divided Over OEHHA's Draft Regulation Covering Labor, Volume 27, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2013 Story#5
Governor Brown Releases Concepts for Changes to Proposition 65, Volume 26, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2013 Story#1
Cyanide Manufacturers Claim OEHHA Listing Proposal Lacks Specificity and Is Not Supported by Science, Volume 26, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2013 Story#2
BPA Listed But Safe Harbor Level Still on Hold, Volume 26, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2013 Story#19
DART Refuses to List Pesticide Deltamethrin, Volume 26, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2013 Story#6
Uneventful DART Meeting Results in No Listing of Xylene, Volume 26, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2013 Story#13
First Meeting of New DART Committee May Indicate Fate of Future Listing Proposals, Volume 26, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2013 Story#10
A.G. Challenges Settlement's Method for Determining Naturally Occurring Lead, Volume 26, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2012 Story#23
OEHHA Ready to List Alpha-methylstyrne and 1,3-Dinitropyrene as Carcinogens, Volume 26, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2012 Story#18
OEHHA Proposes Changes to Prop. 65 Summary Attached to 60 Day Notices, Volume 26, Issue 5&6 Date=8/31/2012 Story#5
Rare Trial in Prop. 65 Case Results in Verdict for Plaintiff, Volume 26, Issue 5&6 Date=8/31/2012 Story#6
Chemistry Council Flays Chloroform Safe Harbor Level for Lack of Detail, Volume 26, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2012 Story#3
Environmental and Prop. 65 Plaintiff Groups Highly Critical of OEHHA's PCB Safe Harbor Proposal, Volume 26, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2012 Story#14
OEHHA Interpretive Guideline Concludes that Chlorothalonil in Tomato Products Does Not Require Warni, Volume 26, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2012 Story#13
OEHHA Announces Intent-to-List Two Pesticides, Volume 25, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2012 Story#9
Objections Raised to Labor Code Listings of Four Chemicals, Volume 25, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2012 Story#14
Fish Oil Settlement May Force Supplement Manufacturers to Lower Dioxin/PCB Content of Products, Volume 25, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2012 Story#11
Pigment Manufacturers Object to Being Tied to Dye Manufacturers in Proposed Listing, Volume 25, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2012 Story#12
Attorney General's Office Suggests Acceptable Content of Public Interest Release, Volume 25, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2012 Story#16
D.A.s Settle With Dietary Supplement Company, Volume 25, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2012 Story#17
OEHHA Seeks Info for Possible Listings of Xylene and Deltamethrin, Volume 25, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2012 Story#18
OEHHA Intends to List Four Carcinogens Using Labor Code Mechanism, Volume 25, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2012 Story#19
Different Reactions to OEHHA Proposal to Eliminate Listing Exception for Ingested Hexavalent Chromiu, Volume 25, Issue 13 and 14 Date=12/21/2011 Story#21
Judge Upholds Listing of 4-MEI, Volume 25, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2011 Story#10
OEHHA Seeks Info on First of Recently Prioritized Carcinogen Candidates, Volume 25, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2011 Story#9
Suit Targets Lead in Baby Food, Volume 25, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2011 Story#21
Court Bounces Preemptive Strike by AvGas Industry Against Environmental Group, Volume 25, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2011 Story#22
Expert Group Decides that Flame Retardant TDCPP Should Be Listed as Carcinogen, Volume 25, Issue 9 Date=10/17/2011 Story#13
Carcinogen Panel Prioritizes Acetaminophen, and Eleven Other Chemicals As High Priority for Future L, Volume 25, Issue 9 Date=10/17/2011 Story#15
Appeal Raises Issue of Whether Two Separately Listed Substances Are the Same Chemical for Prop. 65 E, Volume 25, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2011 Story#7
Carcinogen Panel Will Consider Prioritizing Acetaminophen, BPA, and 37 Other Chemicals For Possible, Volume 25, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2011 Story#14
State's Experts List Sulfur Dioxide, Volume 25, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2011 Story#14
Panel Gives Short Shrift to Petition to Decertify NTP-CERHR as a Prop. 65 Authoritative Body, Volume 25, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2011 Story#15
DART IC Advances Five Chemicals for Possible Prop. 65 Listings, Volume 25, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2011 Story#16
Chemistry Council Will Get Hearing on Its Petition to Decertify NTP as A Reproductive Toxicity Autho, Volume 25, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2011 Story#19
A.G. Notifies Twelve Retailers of Violations of Lead in Jewelry Consent Decree, Volume 25, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2011 Story#20
OEHHA Lists Four Common Chemicals Using Controversial Labor Code Listing Mechanism After Receiving N, Volume 24, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2011 Story#13
OEHHA Proposes Two Additional Chemicals for Labor Code Listing, Volume 24, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2011 Story#14
OEHHA Considers Listing Hydrogen Cyanide, Volume 24, Issue 23 Date=5/17/2011 Story#16
OEHHA Announces Intent to List Four Common Chemicals Using Controversial Labor Code Listing Mechanis, Volume 24, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2011 Story#6
OEHHA Announces Its Intent to List Four Chemicals as Proposition 65 Carcinogens, Volume 24, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2011 Story#7
DART Will Consider Listing Sulfur Dioxide as a Reproductive Toxicant, Volume 24, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2011 Story#10
OEHHA Names Four Chemicals to Be Considered by CIC for Cancer Listings, Volume 24, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2011 Story#11
OEHHA Proposes Guideline For Calculating Hand-to-Mouth Transfer of Lead From Consumer Products, Volume 24, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2011 Story#12
OEHHA Announces Intent-to-List Seeks Information on Three Chemicals for Possible Listing as Carcinog, Volume 24, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2011 Story#20
OEHHA Lists 4-Methylimidazole and Immediately Proposes Safe Harbor Level, Volume 24, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2011 Story#4
Attorney General's Office Raises Questions About Penalty Allocations in Prop. 65 Litigation, Volume 24, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2011 Story#3
A.G. Goes After Company Selling Hair Straightener Product Containing Formaldehyde, Volume 24, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2010 Story#5
A.G. Settles Lawsuit Against Electronic Cigarette Manufacturer, Volume 24, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2010 Story#6
OEHHA Formally Proposes Changes in Its Rules Governing Safe Harbor Levels for Reproductive Toxicants, Volume 24, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2010 Story#3
OEHHA Will Move Forward With Listing of Imazalil as Carcinogen But Will Not Pursue Listing of Either, Volume 24, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2010 Story#4
DART IC Recommends Listing of Methyl Isocyanate, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#6
DART IC Refuses to Move Forward on Industry Effort to Get Around BPA Listing, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#8
Expert Panel Will Deal With Conflicting Demands Regarding BPA, Volume 24, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2010 Story#10
OEHHA Proposes Changes in Procedures for Establishing Safe Harbor Levels, Volume 24, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2010 Story#11
DART IC Will Consider Listing of Methyl Isocyanate, Volume 24, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2010 Story#5
OEHHA Announces Intent-to-List Tribufos, Volume 24, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2010 Story#6
A.G. Settles With Two More Artificial Turf Manufacturers, Volume 24, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2010 Story#2
OEHHA Backs Off on Expedited Procedure for Developing Safe Harbor Numbers, Volume 24, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2010 Story#6
Battle Lines Drawn Over Possible Listing of BPA, Volume 23, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2010 Story#14
OEHHA Proposes MADL For DIDP, Volume 23, Issue 22 Date=4/29/2010 Story#16
Concerns Raised Over OEHHA Proposed Changes to Procedures for Establishing Safe Harbor Levels for Re, Volume 23, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2010 Story#23
OEHHA Intends to List Acrylamide as a Reproductive Toxicant and Set Safe Harbor Level for Exposure, Volume 23, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2010 Story#18
OEHHA Will Go Ahead With Listing of Metam Potassium, Volume 23, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2010 Story#19
Possible Listing of Fluoriide Sparks Optimism and Concern, Volume 23, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2010 Story#16
State Appeal Court Holds That Prop. 65 is Preempted by Federal Meat Act, Volume 23, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2010 Story#2
Latest Ruling in Styrene Case Confirms Earlier Decision Banning the Listing of Group 2B Carcinogens, Volume 23, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2010 Story#5
Change in Classification Causes OEHHA to Drop Plans to List Two Pesticides, Volume 23, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2010 Story#6
OEHHA Will Bring PFOA, Fluorides and Three Other Substances Before CIC for Possible Carcinogen Listi, Volume 23, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2009 Story#10
OEHHA Seeks Info on Bromochloroacetic Acid and Cumene for Possible Listing as Carcinogens, Volume 23, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2009 Story#11
OEHHA Lists 19 Chemicals Using Labor Code Mechanism, Volume 23, Issue 5 and 6 Date=8/31/2009 Story#25
Food Manufacturers and Retailers Proposal for Safe Harbor Food Warnings Will Be Basis of OEHHA Propo, Volume 23, Issue 1 Date=6/17/2009 Story#10
State Cancer Experts List Marijuana Smoke and Slate Nine Other Chemicals for Possible Listing, Volume 22, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2009 Story#17
Appellate Court Holds that Lack of Corporate Status When Prop. 65 Notice-to-Sue Is Served Does Not P, Volume 22, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2009 Story#18
In First Ruling on Subject Judge Uphlolds OEHHA's Use of Labor Code Listing Process, Volume 22, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2009 Story#14
Documents Prepared for Upcoming Meeting to Consider BPA Listing, Volume 22, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2009 Story#16
OEHHA Prepares Hazard Identification Materials for Marijuana Smoke, Volume 22, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2009 Story#21
Appellate Court Upholds Dismissal of A.G.'s Suit Against Tuna Canners, Volume 22, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2009 Story#21
OEHHA Updates Priority List for Development of Safe Harbor Lcvels, Volume 22, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2009 Story#16
A.G.'s Office Defends California Phthalate Toys Law and Proposition 65 Against Suggestions of Preemp, Volume 22, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2009 Story#10
OEHHA Considering Listing Four Pesticides As Carcinogens, Volume 22, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/19/2008 Story#22
A.G.'s Settlement With Toy Makers Will Accelerate Compliance With Federal Lead Standard, Volume 22, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/19/2008 Story#23
Reproductive Toxicant Experts Reject Listing of Chlorpyrifos But Add Hexavalent Chromium, Volume 22, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2008 Story#19
DART Committee Instructs OEHHA to Move Forward On Possible Listing of Trihalomethanes and Particulat, Volume 22, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2008 Story#20
Attorney General Sues Baby Furniture Manufacturers for Formaldehyde Emissions, Volume 22, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2008 Story#19
Growers and Pesticide Manufacturer Unite in Attempt to Stop Listing of Avermectin B1, Volume 22, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2008 Story#20
OEHHA Sets Time and Agenda for Science Experts Meetings, Volume 22, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2008 Story#21
OEHHA Formally Proposes to Eliminate Advisory Only Limit on Safe Use Determinations, Volume 22, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2008 Story#17
BPA Will Not Be Considered by DART Panel This Year, Volume 22, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2008 Story#18
OEHHA Releases Summaries of Studies on Trihalomethanes and Particulate Matter for DART IC Considerat, Volume 22, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2008 Story#19
OEHHA's Proposed Regulation On Use of Labor Code Mechanism Blistered by Critics, Volume 22, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2008 Story#19
Attorney General Reaches Settlement With Final Acrylamide Defendants, Volume 22, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2008 Story#11
Documents Released on Carcinogenicity of Two Potential Prop. 65 Carcinogens, Volume 22, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2008 Story#12
Lawsuit Settlement Leads to Phase Out of Lead Wheel Weights in California, Volume 22, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2008 Story#13
OEHHA Will Accept Comments on Caffeine and Two Other Possible Reproductive Toxicants Selected By Sta, Volume 22, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2008 Story#18
OEHHA Reaches Back in Time to Resurrect Four Chemicals for Possible Listing, Volume 22, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2008 Story#17
OEHHA Suggests Dropping Language Specifying that Safe Use Determinations are Advisory Only, Volume 22, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2008 Story#16
A.G. Intervenes to Short Circuit Lead in Lipstick Litigation, Volume 21, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2008 Story#6
OEHHA Will Accept Comments on Five of Eight Reproductive Toxicants Selected By State Experts, Volume 21, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2008 Story#13
OEHHA Seeks Info on Two Chemicals for Possible Authoritative Body Listing as Carcinogens, Volume 21, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2008 Story#12
OEHHA Will Consider Safe Use Determination Covering Chemical in Snack Foods, Volume 21, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2008 Story#10
OEHHA Will Work on Six Changes to Regulations Pursuant to Reform Effort, Volume 21, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2008 Story#11
Petition Seeks FDA Declaration of Irreconcilable Conflict Between Proposition 65 and Federal Law in, Volume 21, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2008 Story#9
Panel to Move Forward on Seven Other Possible Reproductive Toxicant Listings, Volume 21, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2007 Story#14
Environmental and Labor Groups Sue Over Prop. 65 Listing Standstill, Volume 21, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2007 Story#13
Attorney General Sues Toy Makers and Sellers Over Lead, Volume 21, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2007 Story#11
OEHHA Will Listen to Ideas on Improving Prop. 65 Regulations, Volume 21, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2007 Story#12
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Level for Phthalate, Volume 21, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2007 Story#22
OEHHA Seeking Info on Possible Listing of Methanol as Reproductive Toxicant, Volume 21, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2007 Story#21
PROPOOEHHA Proposes More Listings Using Abbreviated, Volume 21, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2007 Story#19
OEHHA Proposes Safe harbor Levels for Three Chemicals, Volume 20, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2007 Story#5
Attorney General Announces Settlement With KFC Requiring Acrylamide Warnings, Volume 20, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2007 Story#4
CIC Panel Provides Split Advice on Prioritization of PFOA, Volume 20, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2006 Story#15
Vinclozolin Stays on Carcinogen List Despite EPA Change of Heart, Volume 20, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2006 Story#16
Carcinogen Committee to Consider Whether to Delist Vinclozolin, Volume 20, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2006 Story#14
OEHHA Proposes Removing Three Chemicals Added Using Abbreviated Listing Procedure, Volume 20, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2006 Story#15
Judges Must Consider Whether Prop. 65 Settlement Is In The Public Interest, Volume 20, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2006 Story#19
A.G. Suffers Stinging Defeat on Tuna Litigation, Volume 19, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2006 Story#15
Citrus Industry Claims 2,4-D Listing Is Unnecessary and Harmful, Volume 19, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2006 Story#16
Plaintiff Groups Sue School Bus Provider, Volume 19, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2006 Story#18
Appellate Court Slams Settlement with Apartment Owners, Volume 19, Issue 21 Date=4/17/2006 Story#15
Alarms Raised About House Bill That Would Preempt Proposition 65, Volume 19, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2006 Story#16
Appeals Court Decision Is Double Win for Prop. 65 Defendants, Volume 19, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2005 Story#13
Objections Raised to OEHHA Abbreviated Listing Procedure, Volume 19, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2005 Story#14
Dental Amalgam Warning Meets Prop. 65 Standards, Volume 19, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2005 Story#20
OEHHA Announces Intent to List Iprovalicarb and Propoxur, Volume 19, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2005 Story#22
CIC Panel Decides Not to List 1,2,4-TCB, Volume 19, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2005 Story#18
DART Panel Decides Not to List Progesterone Again, Volume 19, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2005 Story#19
Science Panels Close to Full Strength After Schwarzenegger Appointments, Volume 19, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2005 Story#20
A.G. Sues Fast-Food Purveyors and Snack-Food Manufacturers over Acrylamide, Volume 19, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2005 Story#17
FDA Supports Canners in Tuna Litigation, Volume 19, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2005 Story#18
Perchlorate Will Not Be Listed Under Proposition 65, Volume 19, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2005 Story#1
OEHHA Releases Yet Another Draft of Methods of Detection Rule, Volume 19, Issue 3 Date=7/18/2005 Story#15
OEHHA Proposes Age-Specific Safe Harbor Levels for DEHP, Volume 19, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2005 Story#19
OEHHA Proposes to List Steroidal Estrogens as Carcinogens, Volume 19, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2005 Story#20
Appeals Court Upholds Some 60-Day Notices in Tobacco Litigation, Volume 19, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2005 Story#22
OEHHA Releases HID for 1,2,4 Trichlorobenzene, Volume 18, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2005 Story#13
Food Industry Critical of OEHHA Regulatory Proposals for Acrylamide, Volume 18, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2005 Story#14
Food Processors Seek Full Exemption for Acrylamide in Cooked Food, Volume 18, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2005 Story#12
Business Groups Highly Critical of Methods of Detection Rule, Volume 18, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2005 Story#15
Meat Industry Seeks to Block Potential Prop. 65 Suit, Volume 18, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2005 Story#16
OEHHA Proposes New NSRL and Warnings for Acrylamide and Cooked Food Exemption, Volume 18, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2005 Story#7
Target of Suit Turns Table on Plaintiff by Seeking Attorneys' Fees, Volume 18, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2005 Story#12
OEHHA Reconsidering Proposal to Scrap Methods of Detection Rule, Volume 18, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2004 Story#16
OEHHA Seeks Info on Possible Listing of 1-Hydroxyanthraquinone, Volume 18, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2004 Story#18
OEHHA Releases Four Hazard Identification Documents, Volume 18, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2004 Story#5
OEHHA Announces Intent to List Vandium Pentoxide, Volume 18, Issue 4 Date=7/29/2004 Story#16
New Appointee to Short Handed Carcinogen Identification Committee, Volume 18, Issue 4 Date=7/29/2004 Story#17
Appellate Court Upholds Determination that DEHP Does Not Cause Cancer, Volume 18, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2004 Story#9
Appeal Court Rules on Validity of Certificates of Merit Filed After Complaint, Volume 18, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2004 Story#10
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Levels for Ten Chemicals, Volume 18, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2004 Story#11
OEHHA Seeks Info on Food Additive, Volume 18, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2004 Story#12
Lockyer Sues Tuna Canners, Volume 18, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2004 Story#13
OEHHA Finalizes Risk Levels for Eight PAH Chemicals, Volume 18, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2004 Story#14
OEHHA Data Call on Perchlorate Yields Predictable Results, Volume 18, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2004 Story#16
OEHHA Proposes Changes in Method of Detection Rules, Volume 18, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2004 Story#15
OEHHA Floats Major Changes to Chemical Selection Process, Volume 18, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2004 Story#14
OEHHA Proposes to List Herbal Medicines, Volume 17, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2004 Story#15
OEHHA Considering Listing Five Reproductive Toxicants, Volume 17, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2004 Story#15
California Supreme Court Rules That FDA Can Preempt Prop. 65 Under Some Circumstances, Volume 17, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2004 Story#9
Prop. 65 Author Suggests Changes May Be Necessary, Volume 17, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2004 Story#17
OEHHA Announces Intent to List Five Carcinogenns, Volume 17, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2004 Story#18
OEHHA Modifies Acrylamide Work Plan, Volume 17, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2004 Story#5
OEHHA Calls for Info on Nine Possible Carcinogens, Volume 17, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2004 Story#6
OEHHA Calls for Info on Perchlorate, Volume 17, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2004 Story#7
OEHHA Accused of Violating Own Rules in Reviewing Statin Drug, Volume 17, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2004 Story#18
Questions Raised About Vandium Pentoxide Authoritative Bodies Listing, Volume 17, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2004 Story#19
Concerns Raised over Chemicals Designated As High Priority Carcinogens, Volume 17, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2004 Story#14
1,3-Butadiene Proposed Listing Draws Objections, Volume 17, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2004 Story#15
Sixty-Day Notice Filed over PCB Levels in Farmed Salmon, Volume 17, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2004 Story#16
Appellate Case on Testing Is Now Published, Volume 17, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2004 Story#17
OEHHA Issues Safe Use Determination for Silica in Paints, Volume 17, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2004 Story#9
Court Grants Partial Victory to Plaintiffs in Testing Dispute, Volume 17, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2004 Story#10
Two Chemicals Listed and Another Planned for Listing, Volume 17, Issue 13 Date=12/18/2003 Story#27
OEHHA Lists Possible Carcinogens, Volume 17, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2003 Story#10
DART Panel Rejects Listing of Phenol, Volume 17, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2003 Story#11
CIC Appears to Generally Endorse OEHHA Workplan, Volume 17, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2003 Story#12
Attorney General Defends Prop. 65 Against Federal Preemption, Volume 17, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2003 Story#13
OEHHA Seeks Info on Chloroform, Volume 17, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2003 Story#14
State Science Advisors to Tackle Acrylamide Controversy, Volume 17, Issue 7 Date=9/17/2003 Story#14
OEHHA Intends to List Fumonisin As Carcinogen, Volume 17, Issue 6 Date=8/29/2003 Story#13
Acrylamide Plan May Provide Cooked Foods with New Safe Harbor, Volume 17, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2003 Story#13
Catechol Added to List of Carcinogens, Volume 17, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2003 Story#14
HIDs Released for Chloral Hydrate, Propachlor, and Phenol, Volume 17, Issue 4 Date=7/17/2003 Story#8
OEHHA Defends Use of NTP Reports in Listing Decisions, Volume 17, Issue 4 Date=7/17/2003 Story#9
OEHHA Clarifies Listing of Nickel Compounds, Volume 17, Issue 1 Date=6/16/2003 Story#23
Safe Use Regulations Become Effective, Volume 17, Issue 1 Date=6/16/2003 Story#24
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Levels for Eleven Chemicals, Volume 17, Issue 1 Date=6/16/2003 Story#25
OEHHA Intends to List Catechol As a Carcinogen, Volume 16, Issue 24 Date=5/29/2003 Story#12
OEHHA to Hold Workshop on Acrylamide, Volume 16, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2003 Story#23
OEHHA Ready to List DEHP, Volume 16, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2003 Story#22
Lockyer Sues Restaurant Chains over Mercury in Fish, Volume 16, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2003 Story#21
One-Year Statute of Limitations Applies to Prop. 65 Actions, Volume 16, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2003 Story#20
OEHHA Seeks Info on Perchlorate, Volume 16, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2003 Story#25
OEHHA Will Consider Alternative Levels for Acrylamide in Food, Volume 16, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2003 Story#23
OEHHA Proposes Safe Harbor Levels for Four Reproductive Toxicants, Volume 16, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2003 Story#24
Herbal Extract Manufacturers Do Not Have to Give Proposition 65 Warning, Volume 16, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2003 Story#25
Sulfuric Acid Mists Added to Prop. 65, Volume 16, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2003 Story#26
OEHHA Decides Against Listing of Diethanolamine, Volume 16, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2003 Story#27
Painters Seek Safe Use Determination for Interior Painting, Volume 16, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2003 Story#28
Carbon Black Particles Added to List of Carcinogens, Volume 16, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2003 Story#8
OEHHA Seeks Info on Seven Chemicals for Possible Listing, Volume 16, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2003 Story#7
Attorney General's Office Seeks Info on Use of Settlement Money, Volume 16, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2003 Story#6
Passive Migration Does Not Constitute Discharge for Prop. 65 Purposes, Volume 16, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2003 Story#2
A.G.'s Objections Lead Judge to Reject Settlements, Volume 16, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2002 Story#25
A.G. Intervenes in Settlement Between Hotels and Plaintiff Group, Volume 16, Issue 12 Date=11/27/2002 Story#13
Cholesterol Fighting Statins May Be Reviewed As a Group, Volume 16, Issue 12 Date=11/27/2002 Story#14
OEHHA Looking at Alternative Risk Levels for Acrylamide in Fried Foods, Volume 16, Issue 12 Date=11/27/2002 Story#15
A.G. Gives Limited Support to Controversial 60-Day Notices, Volume 16, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2002 Story#6
OEHHA Releases Draft HID for Sodium Saccharin, Volume 16, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2002 Story#7
DART to Expedite Listing of Perchlorate and 1-1 Bromopropane, Volume 16, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2002 Story#8
OEHHA Releases Draft HIDs for Three Chemicals, Volume 16, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2002 Story#18
Changes Made in OEHHA Safe Harbor Prioritization Levels, Volume 16, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2002 Story#19
French Fry Lawsuits Divide Prop. 65 Plaintiffs, Volume 16, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2002 Story#20
Supreme Court Acts to Protect Proposition 65 Petitioners from SLAPP Suits, Volume 16, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2002 Story#19
OEHHA Proposes Safe Levels for 16 Chemicals, Volume 16, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2002 Story#20
Five Appointed to CIC and DART Committees, Volume 16, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2002 Story#21
A.G. Proposes Changes to Regulations Governing Private Plaintiffs, Volume 16, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2002 Story#13
Court Rules That FDCA Does Not Preempt Proposition 65, Volume 16, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2002 Story#21
OEHHA Proposes to List Sulfuric Acid Mists As Carcinogen, Volume 16, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2002 Story#22
OEHHA Formally Proposes Changes in Safe Use Regulations, Volume 15, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2002 Story#21
Listing of Pyridine and Napthalene Finalized, Volume 15, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2002 Story#22
OEHHA Reinstates Safe Harbor Levels for Seven Chemicals, Volume 15, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2002 Story#2
OEHHA to List Diuron As a Carcinogen, Volume 15, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2002 Story#19
Possible Delisting of Bromacil Lithium Salts, Volume 15, Issue 20 Date=3/29/2002 Story#2
Judge Decides that Settlements Negotiated Prior to January 1 Are Subject to New Law, Volume 15, Issue 20 Date=3/29/2002 Story#3
OEHHA Proposes Changes to Encourage Use of Safe Use Procedure, Volume 15, Issue 19 Date=3/14/2002 Story#10
A.G.'s Intervention in Proposition 65 Notice Deluge Brings Results, Volume 15, Issue 19 Date=3/14/2002 Story#9
A.G. Proposes Regulation to Implement New Private Plaintiff Requirements, Volume 15, Issue 19 Date=3/14/2002 Story#8
OEHHA Intends to List Pyridine, Volume 15, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2002 Story#4
OEHHA Formally Proposes Clarifying Regulations, Volume 15, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2002 Story#24
OEHHA Drops Proposed Safe Harbor Levels for Eight Chemicals, Volume 15, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2002 Story#25
End of Year 60-Day Notice Deluge Concerns AG and Business, Volume 15, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2002 Story#1
OEHHA Adds One Chemical and Deletes Two Others, Volume 15, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2002 Story#2
OEHHA Intends to List Triphenyltin Hydroxide, Volume 15, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2002 Story#3
A.G. Sues Grocery Chains Seeking Warnings on Fish Sales, Volume 16, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2002 Story#15
Listing of One Chemical Deleted and Another Revised, Volume 16, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2002 Story#16
Methyleugenol Added to Carcinogen List, Volume 15, Issue 12 Date=11/29/2001 Story#14
OEHHA Science Panels to Consider Listing of Five Chemicals, Volume 15, Issue 12 Date=11/29/2001 Story#15
OEHHA Selects 50 Chemicals for Possible Identification As Carcinogens, Volume 15, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2001 Story#11
OEHHA Rejects Diuron for Immediate Listing, Volume 15, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2001 Story#12
OEHHA Decides to Add Napthalene to Carcinogen List, Volume 15, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2001 Story#3
OEHHA Issues First Set of Clarifying Regulations, Volume 15, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2001 Story#12
OEHHA Releases HIDs for Five Chemicals, Volume 15, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2001 Story#13
Plaintiff Lacking Any Proof of Violation Can Proceed With Lawsuit, Volume 15, Issue 7 Date=9/14/2001 Story#21
OEHHA to Begin Issuing Clarifying Regulations, Volume 15, Issue 7 Date=9/14/2001 Story#22
A.G. Sponsors Legislation to Require Greater Oversight of Plaintiff Cases, Volume 15, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2001 Story#18
OEHHA Proposes Warning Exemption In Medical Emergencies, Volume 15, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2001 Story#19
Two Long Time Science Panel Members Resign, Volume 15, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2001 Story#20
Regulations Requiring Filing of Private Enforcement Actions With A.G.'s Office Become Final, Volume 15, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2001 Story#24
N-methylpyrrolidone Added to Prop. 65 Reproductive Toxicants List, Volume 15, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2001 Story#25
Two Chemicals Being Reevaluated for Listing As Reproductive Toxicants, and Listing of One Is Modifie, Volume 15, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2001 Story#26
OEHHA Proposes Risk Levels for 23 Chemicals, Volume 15, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2001 Story#11
Appellate Court Rejects Broad 60-Day Notices, Volume 14, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2001 Story#11
Key Manufacturers Agree to Reduce Amount of Lead in Products, Volume 14, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2001 Story#12
Supreme Court to Review Application of SLAPP Statute to Suit Filed to Bar Prop. 65 Litigation, Volume 14, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2001 Story#18
OEHHA Adds Nimodipine to Prop. 65 List, Volume 14, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2001 Story#19
OEHHA Delists Saccharin and May Delist Sodium Saccharin, Volume 14, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2001 Story#22
OEHHA Announces Intent to List Methyleugenol, Volume 14, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2001 Story#23
A.G. Will Propose Changes in Proposition 65, Volume 14, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2001 Story#5
OEHHA Intends to List Nimodipine, Volume 14, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2001 Story#6
OEHHA Decides Against Warnings for Medical Devices, Volume 14, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2001 Story#17
OEHHA Decides Not to List Diazinon, Volume 14, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2001 Story#18
OEHHA's Intent to List Bromate, Volume 14, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2001 Story#19
A.G. Revises Regulations Covering Submittal of Complaint, Settlement,, Volume 14, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2001 Story#20
Judge's Preliminary Decision Strikes at Heart of Massive Proposition 65 Action, Volume 14, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2001 Story#18
Chemicals Added to Proposition 65 Lists, Volume 14, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2001 Story#19
Chemicals Which OEHHA Intends to Add to Lists, Volume 14, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2001 Story#20
CIC Adopts Cancer Guidelines, Volume 14, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2000 Story#19
One Carcinogen Added to Prop. 65 List, Volume 14, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2000 Story#20
OEHHA Sets Ambitious Schedule for Developing Safe Harbor Numbers, Volume 14, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2000 Story#11
OEHHA Workshop on Developing Safe Harbor Numbers, Volume 14, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2000 Story#9
Revised Carcinogen Identification Criteria Released, Volume 14, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2000 Story#10
OEHHA Seeks Info on Chemicals Being Considered for Listing, Volume 14, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2000 Story#11
OEHHA Announces Draft HIDs for Three Suspect Carcinogens, Volume 14, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2000 Story#20
OEHHA Announces Intent to List Five Chemicals, Volume 14, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2000 Story#19
OEHHA to Discuss Need for Warning Regulations Specific to Medical Devices, Volume 14, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2000 Story#15
Carcinogen Added to Prop. 65 List, Volume 14, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2000 Story#16
D.C. Court Upholds OSHA Prop. 65 Incorporation, Volume 14, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2000 Story#17
DART Committee Recommends Against Listing Sodium Nitrite, Volume 14, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2000 Story#15
Three Carcinogens Added to Prop. 65 List, Volume 14, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2000 Story#20
OEHHA Seeks Information for Possible Carcinogen Listings, Volume 14, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2000 Story#21
Attorney General Proposes Regulations to Implement New Notice Requirements, Volume 13, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2000 Story#8
Appellate Court Upholds Listings of Chemicals Identified by EPA Pursuant to TRI, Volume 13, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2000 Story#9
DART Committee Will Consider Adding Sodium Nitrite to Prop. 65 List, Volume 13, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2000 Story#10
Grocery Chains Settle Diesel Exhaust Suits, Volume 13, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2000 Story#3
OEHHA Decides Not to List Dimethyl Chlorothiophosphate, Volume 13, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2000 Story#4
OEHHA Intends to List O-Phenylphenol, Volume 13, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2000 Story#5
OEHHA Lists Methyl Chloride, Volume 13, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2000 Story#20
OEHHA to List Carcinogens, Volume 13, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2000 Story#21
Pravastatin Sodium Listed, Volume 13, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2000 Story#10
OEHHA Releases HID on Sodium Nitrite, Volume 13, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2000 Story#11
OEHHA Seeks Info on Metribuzin for Possible Listing, Volume 13, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2000 Story#12
OEHHA Retracts Notice of Intent to List Imazalil, Volume 13, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2000 Story#13
OEHHA Decides Against Listing Dimethyamine Dicamba, Volume 13, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2000 Story#14
Chemicals Added to the Proposition 65 List, Volume 13, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2000 Story#16
Judge Dismisses Prop. 65 Part of Secondhand Tobacco Case, Volume 13, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2000 Story#15
Suit Filed Over Lead Exposure in Baby Powders, Volume 13, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1999 Story#19
CIC Delists Four Carcinogens, Adds Three, But Delays Vote On Criteria, Volume 13, Issue 11 Date=11/16/1999 Story#19
DART Committee to Consider Listing Two Chemicals, Volume 13, Issue 11 Date=11/16/1999 Story#20
OEHHA Plans to List Four Chemicals, Volume 13, Issue 11 Date=11/16/1999 Story#21
A.G.'s Office Sues Exxon over Refinery Leaks, Volume 13, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1999 Story#1
A.G. Sues Key Manufacturers over Lead Exposure, Volume 13, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1999 Story#2
OEHHA to List Two Reproductive Toxicants, Volume 13, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1999 Story#3
OEHHA to Hold Workshops on Emerging Challenges, Volume 13, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1999 Story#4
State Experts to Consider Cancer Listing Criteria, First Delistings, and Four Additions to Prop. 65, Volume 13, Issue 7 Date=9/16/1999 Story#3
Chemicals Added to Prop. 65 List, Volume 13, Issue 7 Date=9/16/1999 Story#4
As You Sow Drops Efforts to Require Warnings by Chemical Distributor, Volume 13, Issue 7 Date=9/16/1999 Story#5
HIDs for Quiazalofop-ethyl and Febutatin Oxide Available, Volume 13, Issue 7 Date=9/16/1999 Story#6
OEHHA Seeks Info on Seven Chemicals for Possible Carcinogen Listing, Volume 13, Issue 5 Date=8/16/1999 Story#10
Attorney General Announces Settlement Over Lead in Maalox, Volume 13, Issue 4 Date=7/30/1999 Story#15
Denton Updates Status of Proposition 65 Listings, Volume 13, Issue 4 Date=7/30/1999 Story#16
OEHHA Seeks Info on Potential Reproductive Toxicants, Volume 13, Issue 4 Date=7/30/1999 Story#17
Two Reproductive Toxicants Being Considered for Listing, Volume 13, Issue 4 Date=7/30/1999 Story#18
Draft HIDs Available for Four Possible Carcinogens, Volume 13, Issue 4 Date=7/30/1999 Story#19
OEHHA Rejects Three Additional TRI Chemicals as Reproductive Toxicants, Volume 13, Issue 2 Date=6/30/1999 Story#16
OEHHA's Issues Notice of Intent to List, Volume 13, Issue 2 Date=6/30/1999 Story#17
Two Additions to Prop. 65 Reproductive Toxicants List, Volume 13, Issue 2 Date=6/30/1999 Story#18
Safe Use Determination for Crystalline Silica in Pet Litter, Volume 13, Issue 1 Date=6/16/1999 Story#11
OEHHA Rejects Petition to Exclude Medical Device Makers from Warnings on DEHP, Volume 13, Issue 1 Date=6/16/1999 Story#12
OEHHA Intends to List Diuron, Volume 13, Issue 1 Date=6/16/1999 Story#13
John Froines Appointed As Chair of SRP, Volume 12, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1999 Story#2
OEHHA Decides Not to List Sodium Nitrite and Four Other Chemicals, Volume 12, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1999 Story#3
Chemicals Listed As Reproductive Toxicants, Volume 12, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1999 Story#4
OEHHA Intends to List Thiabendazole, Volume 12, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1999 Story#5
CBE Sues Pat Robertson Owned Refinery, Volume 12, Issue 23 Date=5/17/1999 Story#18
OEHHA to List 21 Chemicals Under Mechanisms, Volume 12, Issue 23 Date=5/17/1999 Story#19
Two Reproductive Toxicants Listed, Volume 12, Issue 23 Date=5/17/1999 Story#20
Reconsideration of MTBE Carcinogen Determination Is Possible, Volume 12, Issue 22 Date=4/30/1999 Story#1
Suit Filed Against Bottled Water Distributors, Volume 12, Issue 22 Date=4/30/1999 Story#2
OEHHA Rejects Some of TRI Listings for Prop. 65 Purposes, Volume 12, Issue 22 Date=4/30/1999 Story#3
OEHHA's Intent To List Reproductive Toxicants, Volume 12, Issue 22 Date=4/30/1999 Story#4
OEHHA Changes Prioritization Procedure for Future Listings, Volume 12, Issue 18 Date=2/28/1999 Story#14
OEHHA Considers Listing Three Carcinogens, Volume 12, Issue 17 Date=2/16/1999 Story#7
14 Chemicals Added to Prop. 65 Lists, Volume 12, Issue 17 Date=2/16/1999 Story#6
CBE Targets Oil Companies in Major Prop. 65 Action, Volume 12, Issue 16 Date=1/31/1999 Story#1
OEHHA Seeks Info on Two Chemicals, Volume 12, Issue 15 Date=1/15/1999 Story#5
Extension for Comments on Sodium Nitrite, Volume 12, Issue 15 Date=1/15/1999 Story#6
State's Experts Recommend Against Listing MTBE under Proposition 65, Volume 12, Issue 13 Date=12/23/1998 Story#20
OEHHA Announces Intent to List Reproductive Toxicants, Volume 12, Issue 13 Date=12/23/1998 Story#21
Chemicals Under Consideration for Possible Listing, Volume 12, Issue 13 Date=12/23/1998 Story#22
Environmental Groups Seek Priority Status for 29 Chemicals, Volume 12, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1998 Story#9
OEHHA Scientific Panels to Consider MTBE for Possible Prop. 65 Listing, Volume 12, Issue 11 Date=11/17/1998 Story#15
OEHHA Seeks Info on Chemicals on TRI Lists, Volume 12, Issue 11 Date=11/17/1998 Story#16
OEHHA Adjusts Status of DDT, Benzo(a)pyrene, and Zearalenone, Volume 12, Issue 11 Date=11/17/1998 Story#17
Court Upholds OEHHA Decision to Reject Delisting Petition for Mercury, Volume 12, Issue 11 Date=11/17/1998 Story#18
Plaintiff Cannot Use Prop. 65 to Enforce Lack of Warnings to Downstream Employees, Volume 12, Issue 10 Date=10/30/1998 Story#9
OEHHA Seeks Comments on Chemicals Considered for Listing, Volume 12, Issue 9 Date=10/16/1998 Story#14
Judge Orders OEHHA to Proceed With Listing of TRI Chemicals, Volume 12, Issue 9 Date=10/16/1998 Story#15
OEHHA Releases MTBE Hazard Identification Documents, Volume 12, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1998 Story#1
OEHHA Seeks Info on Candidate Chemicals Under Labeling Mechanism, Volume 12, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1998 Story#2
OEHHA to List Seven Chemicals Under Authoritative Body Mechanism, Volume 12, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1998 Story#3
Roofing Tile Manufacturers Settle, Volume 12, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1998 Story#4
Suit Filed Against Tobacco Manufacturers and Retailers, Volume 12, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1998 Story#4
Judge Dismisses Diesel Exhaust Suit Filed by Private Group, Volume 12, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1998 Story#5
Building Materials Targeted in A.G. Suit, Volume 12, Issue 5 Date=8/17/1998 Story#3
Voluntary Environmental Audits: Assessment of the Risks, Volume 12, Issue 5 Date=8/17/1998 Story#4
DART Committee to Review Authoritative Bodies Issue, Volume 12, Issue 3 Date=7/17/1998 Story#2
Quarterly Regulatory Update, Volume 12, Issue 3 Date=7/17/1998 Story#3
Judge Dismisses Much of Shell Case, Volume 12, Issue 1 Date=6/18/1998 Story#12
OEHHA Seeks Info on Candidate Chemicals, Volume 12, Issue 1 Date=6/18/1998 Story#13
Info Requested on Potential Reproductive Toxicants, Volume 12, Issue 1 Date=6/18/1998 Story#14
Carbamazepine Withdrawn from DART Consideration, Volume 12, Issue 1 Date=6/18/1998 Story#15
OEHHA Lists 27 Chemicals Under Authoritative Body Mechanism, Volume 11, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1998 Story#8
Underground Storage Tank Update, Volume 11, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1998 Story#7
Grocery Fleets Subject of Diesel Exhaust Suits, Volume 11, Issue 23 Date=5/18/1998 Story#11
Historic Lead Paint Agreement in L.A., Volume 11, Issue 23 Date=5/18/1998 Story#12
OEHHA Denies Petition to Delist Mercury, Volume 11, Issue 23 Date=5/18/1998 Story#13
Workshop on Authoritative Body Mechanism, Volume 11, Issue 22 Date=4/30/1998 Story#6
OEHHA Selects 60 Chemicals for Evaluation as Carcinogens, Volume 11, Issue 21 Date=4/17/1998 Story#12
OEHHA has requested information from interested parties, Volume 11, Issue 21 Date=4/17/1998 Story#13
Packaging Company Settles Lead Warning Suit, Volume 11, Issue 19 Date=3/16/1998 Story#3
OEHHA Seeks Input on Authoritative Bodies Issue, Volume 11, Issue 16 Date=1/31/1998 Story#10
DART Committee Identifies Benzene as Reproductive Toxicant, Volume 11, Issue 15 Date=1/19/1998 Story#10
DART Committee Considers Proposal to Revoke Designation of Some Authoritative Bodies, Volume 11, Issue 15 Date=1/19/1998 Story#11
Ag Groups Sue Over Possible Authoritative Body Listings, Volume 11, Issue 15 Date=1/19/1998 Story#12
OEHHA Prioritizes Potential Reproductive Toxicants, Volume 11, Issue 15 Date=1/19/1998 Story#13
Request for Info on Carbamazepine and Progesterone, Volume 11, Issue 15 Date=1/19/1998 Story#14
OEHHA Proposes to Add Chemicals to Prop. 65 List, Volume 11, Issue 13 Date=12/22/1997 Story#10
Three Chemicals Added to Prop. 65 List, Volume 11, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1997 Story#12
Meeting of DART Committee Will Look at Benzene Listing and Dueling Authoritative Bodies Issue, Volume 11, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1997 Story#13
Medical Device Manufacturers Petition for Change in Risk Level of DEHP, Volume 11, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1997 Story#13
Draft Assessment of Benzene Issued, Volume 11, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1997 Story#10
Draft Data Summaries on Prop. 65 Candidate Reproductive Toxicants, Volume 11, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1997 Story#11
Comments Sought on Phenolphtalein, Volume 11, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1997 Story#12
Judge Rules that Prop. 65 Warning Penalties Occur Only 4 Times Per Year, Volume 11, Issue 4 Date=7/31/1997 Story#9
A.G.'s Calcium Supplement Settlement Approved Despite NRDC Opposition, Volume 11, Issue 4 Date=7/31/1997 Story#10
ARB Head Acts to Quell Revolt by SRP Members, Volume 11, Issue 3 Date=7/15/1997 Story#1
Santa Monica MTBE Settlement May Set Precedent, Volume 11, Issue 3 Date=7/15/1997 Story#2
DFG to Begin Issuing Incidental Take Permits Once More, Volume 11, Issue 3 Date=7/15/1997 Story#3
Wetlands: An Update, Volume 11, Issue 3 Date=7/15/1997 Story#4
Groups Have Different Views on Environmental Legislation, Volume 11, Issue 3 Date=7/15/1997 Story#5
Lawsuit Cites Civil Rights Act in Attempt to Block Development, Volume 11, Issue 3 Date=7/15/1997 Story#6
CERCLA PRPs Limited to Contribution Claim Against Other PRPs, Volume 11, Issue 3 Date=7/15/1997 Story#7
OEHHA's Hazard ID Documents for Three Possible Carcinogens, Volume 11, Issue 2 Date=6/30/1997 Story#20
OEHHA Adds Nine Chemicals to Prop. 65 List, Volume 10, Issue 23 Date=5/15/1997 Story#9
OEHHA Seeks Info on Chemicals to be Listed Under Authoritative Body and Labeling Mechanisms, Volume 10, Issue 21 Date=4/15/1997 Story#8
OEHHA Seeks Info on Mercury, Volume 10, Issue 21 Date=4/15/1997 Story#9
OEHHA Announces Intent to List Chemicals, Volume 10, Issue 17 Date=2/15/1997 Story#10
Reproductive Toxicant Committee Recommends Listing of Arsenic and Cadmium, Volume 10, Issue 17 Date=2/15/1997 Story#11
Comments Sought on Chemicals Under Consideration for Listing, Volume 10, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1996 Story#7
DART Will Look at Listing of Arsenic and Cadmium, Volume 10, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1996 Story#8
OEHHA to List Eight Additional Chemicals, Volume 10, Issue 1 Date=6/15/1996 Story#9
OEHHA Seeks Information on Tamoxifen, Volume 9, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1995 Story#10
Workshop on Environmental Smoke, Volume 9, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1995 Story#11
Suit Filed Alleging Failure to Warn of Lead from Bullets, Volume 9, Issue 4 Date=7/31/1995 Story#11
Suit Filed Against Manufacturers of Molded Lead Products, Volume 9, Issue 4 Date=7/31/1995 Story#12
Two Chemicals Added to Prop. 65 Carcinogen List, Volume 9, Issue 3 Date=7/15/1995 Story#19
Settlement in Engine Exhaust Case, Volume 9, Issue 3 Date=7/15/1995 Story#20
OEHHA Panel Seeks Info on Arsenic, Benzene and Cadmium, Volume 9, Issue 1 Date=6/15/1995 Story#18

PUBLIC/PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS

California Announces New Consortium to Use Satellites to Spur Climate Action, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#2

READER RESPONSE

Kern County Farm Bureau's Views on Endangered Shrew, Volume 15, Issue 12 Date=11/29/2001 Story#22

REAL PROPERTY CLEANUPS

Santa Monica Settles With Mobil Over MTBE Contamination, Volume 11, Issue 20 Date=3/31/1998 Story#20
Injunction Ordering Cleanup Valid, Volume 11, Issue 20 Date=3/31/1998 Story#21
Settlement With De Minimis Parties at Lorentz Barrel Site, Volume 11, Issue 20 Date=3/31/1998 Story#22

REGIONAL ISSUES

New Water Quality Standards for San Joaquin River, Volume 13, Issue 1 Date=6/16/1999 Story#19
Los Angeles Regional Water Board Changes, Volume 12, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1999 Story#18
BAAQMD to Revise Semiconductor Permitting Requirements, Volume 12, Issue 22 Date=4/30/1999 Story#19
San Joaquin Valley UAPCD to Adopt BARCT Alternative Rule, Volume 12, Issue 22 Date=4/30/1999 Story#20
Santa Ana RWQCB Adopts Fecal Coliform TMDL for Newport Bay, Volume 12, Issue 21 Date=4/15/1999 Story#9
Bay Area AQMD's Ozone Attainment Plan, Volume 12, Issue 21 Date=4/15/1999 Story#10
Monterey Bay UAPCD Raises Some Fees, Volume 12, Issue 21 Date=4/15/1999 Story#11
San Joaquin Unified APCD's Y2K Workshop, Volume 12, Issue 21 Date=4/15/1999 Story#12
Sacramento AQMD Public Record Act Policy, Volume 12, Issue 21 Date=4/15/1999 Story#13
Los Angeles Regional Water Board, Volume 12, Issue 20 Date=3/30/1999 Story#18
Central Valley RWQCB Lists Major Issues, Volume 12, Issue 20 Date=3/30/1999 Story#20
BAAQMD to Propose Major Fee Increase, Volume 12, Issue 19 Date=3/15/1999 Story#13
San Joaquin Valley UAPCD to Modify Particulates Rule, Volume 12, Issue 19 Date=3/15/1999 Story#14
S.F. Regional Board Cracks Down on Stormwater Permit Recalcitrants, Volume 12, Issue 19 Date=3/15/1999 Story#15
SCAQMD, Volume 9, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1995 Story#15
North Coast RWQCB Begins SRF Priority List, Volume 12, Issue 18 Date=2/28/1999 Story#19
Sacramento AQMD Changes in Asbestos Fees, Volume 12, Issue 18 Date=2/28/1999 Story#20
Santa Barbara APCD Rulemaking, Volume 12, Issue 18 Date=2/28/1999 Story#21
Monterey Bay Revision of Gasoline Transfer Rule, Volume 12, Issue 18 Date=2/28/1999 Story#22
Sacramento AQMD Proposes Changes to Controversial Alternative Compliance Rule, Volume 12, Issue 17 Date=2/16/1999 Story#19
Bay Area AQMD's Proposed Notice-to-Comply Rule, Volume 12, Issue 16 Date=1/31/1999 Story#22
South Coast AQMD Rulemaking Schedule, Volume 12, Issue 16 Date=1/31/1999 Story#23
Colorado River Regional Water Board, Volume 12, Issue 16 Date=1/31/1999 Story#24
CONFERENCES AND COURSES, Volume 9, Issue 5 Date=8/15/1995 Story#20
Colorado River Regional Board Begins Work on Triennial Plan, Volume 12, Issue 15 Date=1/15/1999 Story#18
State Board Reviews LARWQCB Beneficial Use Changes, Volume 12, Issue 15 Date=1/15/1999 Story#19
BCDC Task Force Recommendations, Volume 12, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1998 Story#17
North Coast RWQCB's TMDLs, Volume 12, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1998 Story#18
Audit Critical of Lahontan Board, Volume 12, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1998 Story#19
Sacramento AQMD's Workshop on Toxics Rule, Volume 12, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1998 Story#20
San Joaquin Valley UAPCD, Volume 12, Issue 11 Date=11/17/1998 Story#20
San Joaquin VUAPCD's Triennial Update, Volume 12, Issue 9 Date=10/16/1998 Story#19
Santa Ana RWQCB Board Begins Triennial Review Process, Volume 12, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1998 Story#17
Bay Area AQMD Permitting Rules, Volume 12, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1998 Story#18
BCDC Bay Plan Review Task Force Formed, Volume 12, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1998 Story#19
San Joaquin Valley UAPCD Transportation Conformity Rule, Volume 12, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1998 Story#18
San Diego RWQCB Begins Work on Triennial Plan, Volume 12, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1998 Story#16
Central Valley RWQCB's Triennial Review, Volume 12, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1998 Story#17
Ventura APCD's Trip Reduction Program, Volume 12, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1998 Story#18
Board Formalizes CEQA Assessment Procedure, Volume 12, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1998 Story#20
San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board, Volume 12, Issue 5 Date=8/17/1998 Story#18
San Joaquin Valley Unified APCD's Organic Solvents Rule, Volume 12, Issue 5 Date=8/17/1998 Story#20
Monterey Bay UAPCD Rule Changes, Volume 12, Issue 5 Date=8/17/1998 Story#21
SCAQMD Coke, Coal and Sulfur Rule, Volume 12, Issue 3 Date=7/17/1998 Story#17
Monterey Bay UAPCD Amendments to Burning Rules, Volume 12, Issue 3 Date=7/17/1998 Story#18
San Diego APCD's Minor Violations Rule, Volume 12, Issue 3 Date=7/17/1998 Story#19
Santa Ana RWQCB's General Permit for De Minimis Discharges, Volume 12, Issue 3 Date=7/17/1998 Story#20
BAAQMD Proposes New Notification Procedure for Releases, Volume 12, Issue 2 Date=6/30/1998 Story#14
Colorado River RWQCB General Permits for VOCs and Hydrostatic Testing, Volume 12, Issue 2 Date=6/30/1998 Story#16
San Diego Regional Board's Stormwater Permit for Riverside County, Volume 12, Issue 1 Date=6/18/1998 Story#18
San Diego APCD's BACT Document, Volume 12, Issue 1 Date=6/18/1998 Story#19
Lahontan Regional Water Board, Volume 11, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1998 Story#14
Sacramento Metropolitan AQMD, Volume 11, Issue 23 Date=5/18/1998 Story#18
Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC), Volume 11, Issue 23 Date=5/18/1998 Story#19
Montery Bay UAPCD, Volume 11, Issue 22 Date=4/30/1998 Story#17
Several Compounds to Be Added to District's VOC Exemption List, Volume 11, Issue 21 Date=4/17/1998 Story#16
San Joaquin Valley APCD, Volume 11, Issue 21 Date=4/17/1998 Story#20
South Coast AQMD Workshops, Volume 11, Issue 19 Date=3/16/1998 Story#10
San Joaquin UAPCD Notice to Comply Rule, Volume 11, Issue 20 Date=3/31/1998 Story#24
San Diego RWQCB Approves First Prospective Purchaser Agreement, Volume 11, Issue 20 Date=3/31/1998 Story#25
EPA and SCAQMD Tangle Over '97 Clean Air Plan, Volume 11, Issue 19 Date=3/16/1998 Story#9
BAAQMD Releases Draft of Interchangeable Credit Rule, Volume 11, Issue 19 Date=3/16/1998 Story#8
Oil Companies Sue BAAQMD Over Failure to Consider Adverse Impacts of NOx Reduction, Volume 11, Issue 19 Date=3/16/1998 Story#7
EPA Formally Proposes Bay Area Ozone Redesignation, Volume 11, Issue 13 Date=12/22/1997 Story#1
RCRA Citizens' Suits Limited to Enforcement of Federal Standards, Volume 11, Issue 13 Date=12/22/1997 Story#2
Water Board Begins Bay-Delta Water Rights Process, Volume 11, Issue 13 Date=12/22/1997 Story#3
ARB Adopts New Truck Inspection Requirements, Volume 11, Issue 13 Date=12/22/1997 Story#4
State-EPA Title III Negotiations Break Down, Volume 11, Issue 13 Date=12/22/1997 Story#5
Waste Board to Begin Considering Biosolids Regulation, Volume 11, Issue 13 Date=12/22/1997 Story#6
A.G. Steps Into Water Debate, Volume 11, Issue 13 Date=12/22/1997 Story#8
PCL To Push New Clean Air Initiative, Volume 11, Issue 13 Date=12/22/1997 Story#9

REGULATORY PROPOSALS

Delta Stewardship Council Issues Environmental Review of Proposed Delta Plan Changes, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#15
State Water Board Proposes Rules for Adding Recycled Water to Surface Reservoirs, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#21
OEHHA Proposes Background Levels for Arsenic in Rice, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#13
DTSC Proposes First Priority Product Under Safer Consumer Products Legislation, Volume 30, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2016 Story#15
DTSC Will Hold Workshops on First Three Green Chemistry Product Proposals, Volume 27, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2014 Story#6
Reconstituted Green Ribbon Panel Will Advise on Alternatives Analysis, Volume 27, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2014 Story#19
DTSC Finalizes Safer Consumer Products Regulations, Volume 27, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2013 Story#1
California Opposition Complicates Bipartisan Effort to Pass TSCA-Reform, Volume 27, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2013 Story#3
Criticism of Latest DTSC Regulatory Effort Remains Unabated, Volume 26, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2013 Story#1
DTSC Will Not Have to Prepare Multimedia Impact Study for Proposed Regulations, Volume 26, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2013 Story#2
DTSC Makes Substantial Changes to Green Chemistry Regulations, Volume 26, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2013 Story#1
Legislators Withdraw Request for Delay of Regulations After Assurances by DTSC on Economic Analysis, Volume 26, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2012 Story#2
Pressure Builds on DTSC to Delay or Revamp Safer Product Regulations, Volume 26, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2012 Story#1
DTSC to Rework Green Chemistry Regulations, Volume 26, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2012 Story#1
DTSC Tries Again With New Green Chemistry Proposal, Volume 25, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2011 Story#1
Industry Still Unhappy With OEHHA Hazard Trait Regulations, Volume 25, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2011 Story#2
Advisory Groups Struggle to Refocus Green Chemistry Program, Volume 24, Issue 22 Date=4/29/2011 Story#2
OEHHA's Proposal for Chemical Hazard Traits, Volume 24, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2011 Story#13
DTSC Will Reconsider Green Chemistry Regulations, Volume 24, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2011 Story#12
DTSC Makes Extensive Changes to Green Chemistry Proposal, Volume 24, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2010 Story#3
Comments on DTSC Draft Green Chemistry Rules Reflect Strikingly Different Views, Volume 24, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2010 Story#1
DTSC Releases Draft Green Chemistry Regulations, Volume 24, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2010 Story#1
DTSC Outlines Latest Approach for Safer Products Under Green Chemistry Program, Volume 23, Issue 22 Date=4/29/2010 Story#1
EPA Administrator Announces Principles of Green Chemistry Program on Federal Level, Volume 23, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2009 Story#2
DTSC Introduces Groundbreaking Green Chemistry Proposal, Volume 23, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2009 Story#1
DTSC Releases Draft of Green Chemistry Safer Alternatives Conceptual Proposal, Volume 22, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2009 Story#4
Green Chemistry Reports Lay Out Recommendations For State Policy, Volume 22, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2008 Story#4
Possibility Of Green Chemistry Policy Does Not Stop New Chemical Bills, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#8
Cracks In Support Appear As Phase II Of Green Chemistry Program Begins, Volume 21, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2008 Story#8

REGULATORY REFORM

Monsanto Launches Preemptive Strike Against Glyphosate Listing, Volume 29, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2016 Story#12
Agricultural Interests Rally to Defend Pesticides from Labor Code Listing, Volume 29, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2015 Story#8
Industry Quick to Oppose Latest OEHHA Effort to List Styrene, Volume 28, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2015 Story#3
REGULATORY REFORM, Volume 25, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2012 Story#15

REGULATORY REVIEW

Legislators Attack Inclusion of Fishing Weights in Safer Consumer Products Work Plan, Volume 29, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2016 Story#11
Second Round of Peer Reviews Largely Uneventful, Volume 26, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2013 Story#3
Food Warning Regs. on Life Support But Other Regulatory Changes Still Contemplated, Volume 24, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2011 Story#11
UCSF Report Outlines Possible California Regulatory Program for Nanomaterials, Volume 23, Issue 23 Date=5/17/2010 Story#9

RENEWABLE ENERGY

Federal Regulators Approve Three Major Solar Farms in Riverside County, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#2
Federal Government Kickstarts Review of Offshore Wind Development off Morro Bay, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#5
California, Biden Administration Greenlight Offshore Wind Development, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#4
100 Percent Renewable Energy by 2045 Possible in L.A., Federal Energy Study Finds, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#5
Phillips 66 Plans to Transform Rodeo Oil Refinery into Major Renewable Fuels Plant, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#17

REPORTS

State Water Board Updates Progress on Human Right to Water Goals, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#5
Legislative Analyst Urges Legislature to Widen Response to Climate Change, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#1
State Auditor Calls for Closer Watch on Utility Wildfire Management Efforts, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#7
Greenhouse Gas Cuts from Agriculture May Be Inflated, Legislative Analyst Finds, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#3
State Issues Draft Climate Blueprint for Natural and Working Lands, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#2
Legislative Analyst's Office Issues Report on Defensible Space and Wildfires, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#6
Coastal Commission Issues Advice on Sea Level Rise Threat to Critical Infrastructure, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#1
BLM Issues Environmental Analysis of Three Solar Projects for California Desert, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#4
Report Finds Dairy and Livestock Sector Not on Track to Meet Methane Reduction Goals, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#2
Legislative Analyst's Office Urges State to Heed Lessons from Last Drought, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#16
OEHHA Final Report Links Synthetic Food Dyes and Hyperactivity in Children, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#10
OEHHA Gets Pushback on Proposed PFOA Prop. 65 Listing as a Carcinogen, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#11
UC Issues Studies on Decarbonizing Transportation and Fuel Production in California, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#2
State Water Board Issues First Needs Assessment to Fulfill Human Right to Water Mandate, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#17
EPA Alleges Pesticide Violations at San Bernardino Immigrant Detention Facility, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#6
State Can Hit 100 Percent Clean Energy Target with Major Effort, Report Shows, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#2
State Issues Updated Report on Groundwater in California, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#14
CARB Receives Recommendations for Expanding Carbon Offset Use, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#3
Food Safety Panel Clears Path for Oil Field Produced Water Use on Crops, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#12
State Water Board Tackles Water Rights and Climate Change in Report, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#15
Air Resources Board Estimates Wildfire Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#1
State Fights Exide Bankruptcy Fearing Funding Shortfall for Lead Cleanup, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#2
Energy Commission Issues $384 Million Clean Transportation Investment Plan, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#4
Legislative Analyst Leans on Lawmakers to Address Sea Level Rise, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#4
High-Speed Rail Authority Issues Review of Planned San Francisco to San Jose Route, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#3
CARB Calls on San Joaquin Air District to Improve its Emissions Credit Program, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#2
High-Speed Rail Authority Issues Draft EIR for Burbank to Los Angeles Route, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#1
High-Speed Rail Authority Issues Review of Proposed San Jose to Merced Route, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#2
Report Details Bay Area Sea Level Risks, Calls for Coordinated Response, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#1
State Finalizes Permit for Fish Protections Related to Delta Water Shipments, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#5
High-Speed Rail Authority Issues Bakersfield to Palmdale Route's Environmental Review, Volume 33, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2020 Story#1
Legislative Analyst Calls on State Agencies to Look at Climate Infrastructure Risks, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#2
EPA Chief Fires Region 9 Head, Names Former PG&E Attorney as Replacement, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#10
Plugging Abandoned Oil Wells Could Impose Major Liability on State, Report Finds, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#12
State Attorney General, CARB Join Legal Fight Against Huge Warehouse Project, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#5
Court Orders More Environmental Review of Proposed Geothermal Plant, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#9
Legislative Analyst Calls for More Data on Climate Policies Related to Electricity, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#3
OEHHA Sets New Guidelines for Hazardous Emissions from Biogas, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#1
State Approves Wildfire Plan to Boost Vegetation Treatment Projects, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#6
Appellate Court Upholds CEQA Review of Sacramento's General Plan Update, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#9
Legislative Analyst's Office Calls for Speedier Response to Sea-Level Rise, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#4
State Issues Plan to Manage Delta Water Exports, Pledges to Sue Trump Administration, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#2
SPF System Manufacturers Conclude There Is No Feasible Alternatives for Current Product Configuration, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#10
OEHHA Issues Draft Data Tool on Human Right to Water, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#14
Business Interests Object to Possible Limits on 1-4-Dioxane in Cleaning and Personal Care Products, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#11
State Report Cites Need to Boost Numbers of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles , Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#1
State Commission Issues Draft Report on Distributing Utility Wildfire Costs, Volume 32, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2019 Story#7
State Audit Criticizes San Francisco Bay Agency's Enforcement Efforts, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#3
Report Looks at Root Causes Behind Major Aliso Canyon Gas Leak, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#4
Newsom Declares Emergency to Speed Forest Fuel Reduction Projects, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#8
DWR Issues Report on Subsidence in Sacramento Valley from Groundwater Pumping, Volume 32, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2019 Story#14
CARB Approves Plan to Cut San Joaquin Valley Particulate Matter Pollution, Volume 32, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2019 Story#1
Legislative Analyst's Office Report Recommends Revisiting Some State Climate Policies, Volume 32, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2019 Story#3
Brown Deepens California Climate Change Actions While Hosting Global Summit, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#1
Reports Cite Challenges on Water Quality Science and Restoration in Bay-Delta, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#3
State Issues New Climate Change Assessment of Coming Threats and Actions, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#4
Brown Administration Releases Additional Environmental Review of WaterFix Project, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#1
High-Speed Rail Authority Settles CEQA Lawsuit over Fresno to Bakersfield Route, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#6
OEHHA Report Shows Large Racial Disparities in Disadvantaged Communities, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#7
OEHHA Issues Report on Climate Change Impacts across California, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#3
Air Resources Board Aims to Bolster Low Carbon Fuel Standard Regulation, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#1
Resources Agency Recommends Designating Parts of Mokelumne River as Wild and Scenic, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#21
DTSC Lays Groundwork for Increased Regulation of Metal Shredding Facilities, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#8
DTSC Review Panel Issues Final Report Citing Progress with Much More Still to be Done, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#11
State Water Board Seeks Input on Rules Governing Water Use on Sacramento River, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#13
Regulators Issue Report on Improving Oil Refinery Air Monitoring in California, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#1
U.S. Chemical Safety Board Issues Final Report on 2015 Explosion at Torrance Refinery, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#1

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Governor Newsom Makes Several New Environmental Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#9
Los Angeles Moves to Wind Down Oil and Gas Production in the City, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#10
UC Study Shows Disproportionate Water Quality Problems in Communities of Color, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#11
DWR Finds Slew of Groundwater Sustainability Plans Deficient, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#14
State Approves Some Groundwater Management Plans, Finds Others Lacking, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#12
Newsom Administration Proposes New Limits on Oil Operations Near People, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#13
City Liable Under RCRA for Transporting Tainted Water, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#8
State Officials Respond to Orange County Oil Spill, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#11
Gov. Newsom's Most Recent Environmental Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#8
Newsom Names New Climate Advisor, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#6
State Rejects Oil Company Request to Frack 21 Oil and Gas Wells, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#13
Resources Agency Seeks Input on Land and Water Conservation Goal, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#3
Trump Administration Finalizes Oil and Gas Leasing Plan for Parts of California, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#11
Governor Newsom Makes Environmental Appointments, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#11
Brown Opposes Federal Move to Expand Oil and Gas Drilling in Central California, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#12
Trump Administration Moves to Open California Coast to New Oil and Gas Drilling, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#21
Oil and Gas Regulator Proposes New Rules on Idled Wells, Pipeline Maintenance, Volume 31, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2017 Story#13
Resources Agency Proposes New Marine Classification System, Volume 13, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1999 Story#15
Former CLCV Director Appointed to the Fish and Game Commission, Volume 13, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1999 Story#16

RESOURCES

Governor Newsom Makes Several New Environmental Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#9
Newsom Names New CalFire Chief, Energy Advisor, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#6
2022 Resources Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#13
Los Angeles Moves to Wind Down Oil and Gas Production in the City, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#10
UC Study Shows Disproportionate Water Quality Problems in Communities of Color, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#11
DWR Finds Slew of Groundwater Sustainability Plans Deficient, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#14
State Approves Some Groundwater Management Plans, Finds Others Lacking, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#12
State Water Board Allows Redondo Beach Gas Plant to Operate Two More Years, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#13
Newsom Administration Proposes New Limits on Oil Operations Near People, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#13
City Liable Under RCRA for Transporting Tainted Water, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#8
Newsom Names New CPUC Chief, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#7
2021 Resources Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#13
Introduction to 2021 Enacted Legislation for the 2021-2022 Legislative Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#18
State Officials Respond to Orange County Oil Spill, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#11
Gov. Newsom's Most Recent Environmental Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#8
Newsom Names New Climate Advisor, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#6
State Rejects Oil Company Request to Frack 21 Oil and Gas Wells, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#13
Governor Names New Member to State Water Board, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#6
Resources Agency Seeks Input on Land and Water Conservation Goal, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#3
Newsom Directs State to Phase Out Fracking Permits, Study Ending Oil Extraction, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#11
Introduction to 2021 Proposed Environmental Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#1
2021 Resources Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#16
Dept. of Finance Audit Finds Shortcomings in State Oil and Gas Permitting, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#12
U.S. Bureau of Land Management Proposes Kern County Oil and Gas Lease Sale, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#11
Phillips 66 Plans to Transform Rodeo Oil Refinery into Major Renewable Fuels Plant, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#17
Legislative Analyst's Office Urges Improved Approach to Abandoned Mine Cleanups, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#18
CalGEM Issues First Fracking Permits In Wake of Independent Review Process, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#14
2020 Resources Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#13
Newsom, Assembly Speaker Announce Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#7
Plugging Abandoned Oil Wells Could Impose Major Liability on State, Report Finds, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#12
Bureau of Land Management Moves to Boost Oil and Gas Activity in Central California, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#18
State Oil and Gas Regulator Announces Well Stimulation Crackdown, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#12
Trump Administration Finalizes Oil and Gas Leasing Plan for Parts of California, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#11
2019 Introduction to Bills Signed, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#1
2019 Resources Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#14
Newsom Ousts State Oil and Gas Supervisor, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#15
Federal Government Proposes Oil and Gas Plan for Bay Area to Central Valley, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#14
Trump Administration Issues Study of Fracking on Public Land in Central California, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#14
State Fire Marshal Proposes New Rules to Cut Oil Spill Risk Along Coast, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#11
2019 Resources Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#15
Governor Newsom Makes Environmental Appointments, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#11
Brown Makes Appointments to Several Agencies and Panels, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#9
Brown Opposes Federal Move to Expand Oil and Gas Drilling in Central California, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#12
Oil and Gas Regulators Propose Rules on Underground Injection and Idle Wells, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#14
2018 Resources Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#14
Trump Administration Moves to Open California Coast to New Oil and Gas Drilling, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#21
State Lands Commission Reaches Deal to End Oil Lease on Rincon Island, Volume 31, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2017 Story#10
Winners and Losers in This Year's Legislative Session, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#1
Governor Signs Bill Strengthening Oil and Gas Well Drilling and Abandonment Rules, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#11
Oil and Gas Regulator Proposes New Rules on Idled Wells, Pipeline Maintenance, Volume 31, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2017 Story#13
Oil Company Gives Up Drilling Leases Off Santa Barbara Coast, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#15
State Oil Regulators Issue New Draft Proposal to Overhaul Well Injection Rules, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#16
Oil and Gas Resources 2017 Bills, Volume 30, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2017 Story#21
Miscellaneous Resources 2017 Bills, Volume 30, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2017 Story#22
Facing Closure Deadlines, State Moves to Extend Use of Underground Injection Wells, Volume 30, Issue 16 Date=2/ 1/2017 Story#10
Legislative Update - Resources, Volume 30, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2016 Story#18
San Luis Obispo County Planning Commission Rejects Proposed Oil Train Facility, Volume 30, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2016 Story#8
City of Benicia denies Valero refinery’s bid to build oil-by-rail facility, Volume 30, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2016 Story#6
Alameda County Bans Hydraulic Fracking, Other Oil Extraction Activities, Volume 30, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2016 Story#14
Appeals Court Upholds Inverse Condemnation Decision Against DFW Over Intentional Flooding for Enviro, Volume 29, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2016 Story#10
State Lands Commission Erred in Failing to Consider Public Trust Issues in S.F. Bay Sand Mining Leas, Volume 29, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2015 Story#5
Agreement to Allow Projects on BLM Land to Meet CDFW Mitigation Requirements, Volume 29, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2015 Story#6
Lester Snow Named New Head of Natural Resources Agency, Volume 23, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2010 Story#24
DWR Releases Preferred Alternative For Salton Sea Restoration, Volume 20, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2007 Story#13
Reasons for Delta Decline to be Studied, Volume 19, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2005 Story#2
Hetch Hetchy Hearings Set, Volume 19, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2005 Story#23
Campaign to Restore Hetch Hetchy Gets New Legitimacy, Volume 18, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2004 Story#9
Wine Growers Association Releases Good Practice Guidance, Volume 16, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2002 Story#26
New Sacramento River Agreement Touted as Model for CALFED, Volume 13, Issue 13 Date=12/22/1999 Story#19
Davis Appoints New Member to Coastal Commission, Volume 13, Issue 13 Date=12/22/1999 Story#20

RISK ASSESSMENT

Newsom Calls for Major Boost in Climate Change Spending in Budget Proposal, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#8
OEHHA Final Report Links Synthetic Food Dyes and Hyperactivity in Children, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#10
OEHHA Proposes Cancer Risk Guidelines for 1-Bromopropane, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#1
Newsom Administration Launches Group to Advise on Climate Risk Disclosures, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#4
DTSC Releases Rationale for Naming Zinc in Tires Under the SCP Program, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#12
OEHHA Finalizes Cancer Guidelines for Inhaling Cobalt and Cobalt Compound, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#2
OEHHA Adopts Cancer Risk Guidelines for PCBTF, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#1
OEHHA Symposium on Synthetic Food Dyes, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#13
OEHHA Risk Assessment on Food Dyes Could Lead to Regulation, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#15
Department of Pesticide Regulation Increases Scrutiny on Chlorpyrifos, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#17
DTSC Moves to Favor Tighter State Health Standards in Site Cleanups, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#4
DTSC Symposium Will Discuss Green Chemistry Alternatives Analysis, Volume 23, Issue 22 Date=4/29/2010 Story#2
OEHHA Releases First Part of Ecological Risk Guidelines, Volume 13, Issue 22 Date=4/27/2000 Story#7

RULEMAKING

State Approves New Urban Water Use Rules, Takes Other Drought Actions, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#4
Regulators Propose New Limits on Neonicotinoid Use to Protect Pollinators, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#10
Bay Area Air District Tightens Permitting Requirements in Overburdened Areas, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#1
State Water Board Enacts Drought Rules for Urban Outdoor Water Use, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#13
DTSC Approves Emergency Rule for Metal Shredder Residue Disposal, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#8
California Praises New EPA Rule Limiting Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#2
Emergency Rule Adds New Products to DTSC Electronic Waste Recycling Program, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#9
State Water Board Moves to Bar Certain Outdoor Water Uses During Drought, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#14
South Coast Air District Approves New Emissions Limits on Refineries, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#1
Attorney General, CARB to Help Defend South Coast Air District Warehouse Rule, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#6
DTSC Enacts Emergency Metal Shredder Rule, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#9
State Wrongly Sidestepped Rulemaking Process on Pesticide 1,3-D, Court Rules, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#13
Superior Court Invalidates San Joaquin Valley Oil Refinery Monitoring Rule, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#9
CARB Considers Tightening Emissions for Commercial Harbor Craft, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#1
DTSC Cans Proposed Emergency Rule for Metal Shredding Facilities, Volume 35, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2021 Story#6
State Water Board Takes Emergency Drought Action on River Flows to Protect Fish, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#11
DTSC Proposes Emergency Rule to Regulate Metal Shredding as Hazardous Waste, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#11
Bay Area Air District Orders Refineries to Cut Particulate Emissions, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#1
Biden Administration Proposes Reversing Trump Era Rule on Spotted Owl Habitat, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#5
State Water Board Approves Emergency Drought Rules for Delta, Takes Other Actions, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#13
CARB Floats Emissions Cuts, Zero-Emission Mandate for Transport Refrigeration Units, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#2
Newsom, Legislature Reach Deal on Budget, DTSC Reform, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#5
South Coast Air District Approves Warehouse Indirect Source Rule, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#1
State Water Board Proposes New Rules for Construction Stormwater Runoff, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#13
Biden Administration Takes First Step to Reverse Trump-Era Vehicle Tailpipe Rules, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#1
Central Coast Water Board Adopts New Agricultural Runoff Rules, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#16
State Water Board Proposes Draft Criteria for Direct Potable Reuse Projects, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#18
CARB Considers Approving Climate Targets for Ride Hailing Companies, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#2
California Challenges Trump-Era Appliance Energy Efficiency Rules, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#3
California Sues to Block Lead Drinking Water Rule Approved Under Trump, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#6
State Water Board Proposes Statewide Rule for Vegetation Treatment Projects, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#11
South Coast Air District Considers Regulating Warehouse-Related Vehicle Pollution, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#2
State Water Board Approves First Statewide Rule Governing Winery Wastewater, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#13
OEHHA to Limit Use of Prop. 65 Short Form Warnings, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#13
California Challenges Trump Administration Dishwasher Energy Efficiency Rule, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#9
State Water Board Finalizes New Toxicity Rules, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#15
CARB Approves Stricter Ship Emission Limits at California Ports, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#1
California Hits Trump Administration with New Bevy of Lawsuits, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#3
CARB Proposes Dramatically Tighter NOx Standard for Heavy-Duty Truck Engines, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#1
CARB Changes Proposed Rule on Ocean-Going Vessel Emissions, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#2
State Approves Landmark Zero Emission Truck Rule, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#1
OEHHA Again Proposes Naturally Occurring Lead Levels for Chili and Tamarind Candies, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#16
State Inches Toward Lifting Suction Dredge Mining Moratorium, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#14
Air Resources Board Toughens Proposed Electric Truck Sale Requirement, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#1
Environmental Agencies Take New Steps in Wake of COVID-19, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#3
Attorney General Sues Trump Administration on Water, Energy Efficiency Rules, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#4
Urban Water Suppliers Now Permanently Required to Report Monthly Water Use, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#12
Reclamation Finalizes Long-Term Water Transfer Rule, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#13
California Courts, U.S. EPA Announce New Initiatives During COVID-19 Crisis, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#3
California AG Objects to EPA's COVID-19 Enforcement Policy, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#4
Trump Administration Finalizes Weakened Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Standard, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#1
California Sues Energy Department over Light Bulb Efficiency Rule, Volume 33, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2020 Story#6
State Oil and Gas Regulator Announces Well Stimulation Crackdown, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#12
State Water Board Floats Revisions to Rules on Composting Operations, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#14
South Coast Air District Approves Voluntary Deal to Increase Refinery Safety, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#1
CARB Finalizes Rule Mandating Zero-Emission Airport Shuttles , Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#2
CARB Proposes Rules to Ease Access to Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#2
CARB Model Rule Would Cut VOC Limits in Architectural Coatings, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#1
DTSC Clarifies Obligations of Methylene Chloride Paint Remover Manufacturers After EPA TSCA Rulemaking, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#16
State Fire Marshal Proposes New Rules to Cut Oil Spill Risk Along Coast, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#11
CalRecycle Proposes Rules to Cut Landfilling of Organic Waste and Edible Food, Volume 32, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2019 Story#13
CARB Set to Mandate Zero-Emission Shuttles at State's Major Airports, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#10
State Water Board Issues New Amendments to Proposed Wetland Rules, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#14
California Tries to Stop Federal Rollback of Methane Waste Rule for a Third Time, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#5
Oil and Gas Regulators Propose Rules on Underground Injection and Idle Wells, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#14
Trump Move to Rollback Greenhouse Gas Vehicle Rules Sparks Anger in California, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#2
Federal Wildlife Agencies Make Decisions on Endangered Species Act protections, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#2
Natural Resources Agency Starts Review of Proposed CEQA Guidelines Overhaul, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#2
CARB Considers Setting Limits on Climate Polluting Hydrofluorocarbons, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#3
EPA Seeks Superfund Listing for Orange County North Basin Aquifer, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#1
DTSC SCP Proposal on Methylene Chloride May Have Greater Significance After EPA Delays Its Own Rulemakings, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#18
DTSC Proposes Rule to Broaden Authority over Post-Closure Cleanups, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#6
South Coast Air District Approves Rules Limiting Odors from Meat Rendering Facilities, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#1
State Water Board Seeks Input on Rules Governing Water Use on Sacramento River, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#13
CalRecycle Proposes Permanent Rules on E-Waste, Volume 31, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2017 Story#12
State Issues Final Proposed Refinery Safety Rules, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#2
DTSC Moves to Favor Tighter State Health Standards in Site Cleanups, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#4
Central Valley Water Regulators Finalize Rules for Oil Industry Wastewater Disposal , Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#14
South Coast Air District Proposes Changes to Refinery Flaring Rules, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#3
State air regulators back proposal to limit oil refinery pollution in Bay Area, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#4
State Oil Regulators Issue New Draft Proposal to Overhaul Well Injection Rules, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#16
BAAQMD Adopts Two New Refinery Rules, Volume 29, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2016 Story#8
San Joaquin District Proposes Changes to Indirect Source Rule, Volume 29, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2016 Story#9
SCAQMD Board Shaves Staff's RECLAIM Shave, Volume 29, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/21/2015 Story#13
BAAQMD Adopts First Three Rules of Refinery Strategy, Volume 29, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/21/2015 Story#14
San Joaquin Valley Proposes Changes to Its New Source Rule, Volume 29, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/21/2015 Story#15
SCAQMD Releases Proposed Changes in Architectural Coatings Rules, Volume 29, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2015 Story#18
BAAQMD Launches Policy That Will Adopt Multiple Rules Governing Refinery Operations, Volume 28, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2015 Story#8
SCAQMD Will Change Its Oil and Gas Well Reporting Rule to Conform With SB 4, Volume 28, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2015 Story#9
BAAQMD to Strengthen Wood Burning Rule, Volume 28, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2015 Story#2
BAAQMD Proposing Two New Refinery Rules, Volume 28, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2015 Story#10
Amendments Proposed to SCAQMD Commute Rule to Facilitate Employer-Generated Commuter Reduction Plans, Volume 28, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2015 Story#11
SJVUAPCD Will Amend Residential Wood Burning Rule, Volume 28, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2014 Story#11
SCAQMD Will Give Furnace Manufacturers Extra Time to Comply, Volume 28, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2014 Story#12
South Coast AQMD Will Adopt New Rule Covering Commercial Food Ovens, Volume 27, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2014 Story#14
San Joaquin Valley District Considering Changes to Wood Burning Rule, Volume 27, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2014 Story#15
BAAQMD Set to Raise Fees, Volume 27, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2014 Story#12
SCAQMD To Amend Printing Rule, Volume 27, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2014 Story#6
South Coast AQMD Moving Forward With Amendments to Adhesives and Sealant Rule, Volume 27, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2013 Story#20
BAAQMD and MTC Propose Rule Requiring Employers to Provide Commute Incentives, Volume 27, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2013 Story#13
SCAQMD to Impose New Limits on Emissions from Refinery Coking Operations, Volume 26, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2013 Story#20
BAAQMD Proposes Comprehensive Refinery Tracking and Emissions Control Rule, Volume 26, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2013 Story#23
SCAQMD Adopts Backstop Measure Over Objections of Ports, Volume 26, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2013 Story#9
BAAQMD Proposes Further Fee Increases, Volume 26, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2013 Story#10
Sacramento District Will Increase Penalties Assessed as Part of Settlement Agreements, Volume 26, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2013 Story#11
SJVUAPCD Proposes to Exempt Certain Compounds from VOC Definition, Volume 26, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2013 Story#12
SCAQMD Changes Will Increase Number of No Burn Days, Volume 26, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2013 Story#13
SCAQMD Releases Draft of New Drilling and Fracking Rule, Volume 26, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2013 Story#15
BAAQMD to Adopt Series of Open Burning Fees, Volume 26, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2013 Story#16
Revisions to SCAQMD Coatings Rule Will Significantly Reduce Emissions, Volume 26, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2012 Story#7
SCAQMD Will Add New Exemptions from Its Permitting Requirements, Volume 26, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2012 Story#8
Sacramento District Will Consider Changes to New Source Rules, Volume 26, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2012 Story#9
Sacramento District Working on New Permitting Manual, Volume 26, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2012 Story#10
Bay Area AQMD Releases New Drafts of Metal Melting and Recycling Rules, Volume 26, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2012 Story#2
SCAQMD Will Give Biogas Fueled Engines Extra Time to Comply With New Limits, Volume 25, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2012 Story#16
BAAQMD Proposes Major Changes to New Source and PSD Rules, Volume 25, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2012 Story#23
SCAQMD Proposes Changes to its Gasoline Transfer Rule, Volume 25, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2012 Story#24
San Joaquin Valley District Will Amend Two Oil Production Rules, Volume 25, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2011 Story#10
SCAQMD Looking at Possible LPG Transfer Rule, Volume 25, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2011 Story#11
SCAQMD Will Provide Alternative Test Methods for Petroleum Storage Rule, Volume 25, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2011 Story#12
San Joaquin District Releases New Draft of GHG Banking Proposal, Volume 25, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2011 Story#13
BAAQMD Proposed Rule Covers Vacuum Trucks, Volume 25, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2011 Story#2
Valley District Releases New Draft of Internal Combustion Engines Rule, Volume 25, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2011 Story#15
San Joaquin Valley District Releases New Draft of Compost Rule, Volume 25, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2011 Story#16
South Coast AQMD Proposes Changes to Employee Commute Rule, Volume 25, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2011 Story#17
BAAQMD Proposes New Rule Covering Metal Melting Operations, Volume 25, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2011 Story#18
Sacramento District Will Scrap Commitment to Adopt Indirect Source Rule, Volume 25, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2011 Story#11
SCAQMD Proposes Amendments to Metal Coating Rule, Volume 25, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2011 Story#12
San Joaquin Proposes to Take Over Federal PSD Program, Volume 24, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2011 Story#16
BAAQMD Will Extend Compliance Dates in Boiler Rule, Volume 24, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2011 Story#17
SCAQMD Expects PM2.5 NSR Will Have Little or No Impact, Volume 24, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2011 Story#18
SCAQMD Adopts Controversial Offset Credits and Federal Fee Rules, Volume 24, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2011 Story#16
San Joaquin Valley District Proposes Its Own Federal Fee Rule, Volume 24, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2011 Story#17
BAAQMD Proposes Major Increases in Fees, Volume 24, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2011 Story#18
SCAQMD Releases Proposed Greenwaste Composting Rule, Volume 24, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2011 Story#23
SCAQMD Will Delay Compliance Date for Miscellaneous Combustion Sources, Volume 24, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2011 Story#24
South Coast District Will Amend Paint Rule, Volume 24, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2011 Story#6
BAAQMD Rule Will Exempt Low-Use Agricultural Engines, Volume 24, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2011 Story#7
SCAQMD Facing EPA Sanctions Deadline Tries Once Again to Adopt Major Source Fee Rule, Volume 24, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2011 Story#5
San Joaquin Valley District Will Amend its NSR Rule to Deal With PM2.5 Attainment, Volume 24, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2010 Story#24
SCAQMD to Adopt New Emissions Tracking System Rule, Volume 24, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2010 Story#23
San Joaquin Valley District Releases Draft of Delayed Compost Rule, Volume 24, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2010 Story#13
SCAQMD to Put Fees Increases on Automatic Pilot, Volume 24, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2010 Story#14
Changes to Sacramento New Source Rule Will Require More Offsets and Use of BACT, Volume 24, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2010 Story#9
Sacramento AQMD Considering Construction Rule Based on San Joaquin Indirect Source Rule, Volume 24, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2010 Story#16
San Joaquin Valley District Previews Changes to IC Engines Rule, Volume 24, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2010 Story#17
Changes Proposed In SCAQMD Employer Rule, Volume 24, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2010 Story#18
Bay Area AQMD to Raise Fees, Volume 23, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2010 Story#2
SCAQMD Proposes Six-Month Amnesty for Registration of Unpermitted Equipment, Volume 23, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2010 Story#19
San Joaquin Valley District Will Incorporate Limits on Sealants into Adhesives Rule, Volume 23, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2010 Story#20
SCAQMD Proposes Amendments to Lubricants Rule, Volume 23, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2010 Story#21
SCAQMD Proposes Numerous Adjustments in Fee Schedule, Volume 23, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2010 Story#22
BAAQMD Proposes Changes to Refinery Boiler Rule, Volume 23, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2010 Story#3
Sacramento AQMD to Adopt New Water Heater Rule, Volume 23, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2009 Story#3
San Joaquin Valley District Ready to Adopt Employer Commute Rule, Volume 23, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2009 Story#4
BAAQMD Revises Proposed Changes to Toxics New Source Rule to Conform to OEHHA Risk Assessment Proced, Volume 23, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2009 Story#2
SCAQMD Will Limit Emissions from Baghouses and Other Particulate Control Devices, Volume 23, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2009 Story#4
SCAQMD Will Expand Restaurant Rule to Cover Under-Fired Charbroilers, Volume 23, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2009 Story#5
SCAQMD Will Tighten Emissions from Furnaces, Volume 23, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2009 Story#6
BAAQMD to Tighten Polyester Resin Rule, Volume 23, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2009 Story#7
BAAQMD Will Strengthen Toxics Rule for Projects in Impacted Communities, Volume 23, Issue 4 Date=7/30/2009 Story#15
South Coast AQMD to Exempt Three Compounds from VOC Definition, Volume 23, Issue 3 Date=7/14/2009 Story#20
Sacramento APCD Will Lower Threshold for Fireplace Curtailment, Volume 23, Issue 3 Date=7/14/2009 Story#21
San Joaquin Valley District Releases Details of Trip Reduction Rule, Volume 23, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2009 Story#16
San Joaquin Valley District Proposes Changes to Metal and Plastic Parts Coatings Rule, Volume 23, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2009 Story#17
SJVUAPCD Proposes Changes to Adhesives Rule, Volume 23, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2009 Story#18
San Joaquin Valley District Will Tighten Residential Water Heater Rule, Volume 22, Issue 16 Date=1/29/2009 Story#6
BAAQMD to Adopt ARB Limits on Paints, Volume 22, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2009 Story#13
BAAQMD to Amend Dry Cleaning Regulation to Conform to ARB Requirements, Volume 22, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2009 Story#14
SJVUAPCD Seeks Comments on the Feasibility of Controls on Engines, Burning, and Biomass Incentives, Volume 22, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2009 Story#15
SJVUAPCD Will Look at Both ARB and SCAQMD Rules In Establishing New VOC Limits for Paints, Volume 22, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2008 Story#21
SJVUAPCD Will Expand Charbroiler Rule to Cover Underfired Units, Volume 22, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2008 Story#22
New SCAQMD Rule Will Cover Thousands of Combustion Sources, Volume 22, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2008 Story#23
SCAQMD Will Regulate Consumer Solvents and Thinners, Volume 22, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2008 Story#24
SCAQMD to Make Changes to Architectural Fees Rule, Volume 22, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2008 Story#25
SCAQMD Will Make Local Agencies Enforce Street Sweeper Requirements, Volume 22, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2008 Story#26
SCAQMD Will Regulate Industrial Lubricants, Volume 22, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2008 Story#22
BAAQMD to Tighten Bulk Plant Rules, Volume 22, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2008 Story#23
San Joaquin District Board Hearing on Changes to Combustion Rules, Volume 22, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2008 Story#16
SCAQMD Will Make Changes to Open Burning Rule, Volume 22, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2008 Story#17
Large Sources in SCAQMD Will Pay New Mitigation Fee, Volume 22, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2008 Story#19
SCAQMD Will Add to List of Emission Sources Not Requiring a Permit, Volume 22, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2008 Story#20
BAAQMD to Adopt Lower Emission Limits for Automobile Refinishing and Mobile Coating Operations, Volume 22, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2008 Story#21
BAAQMD Begins Work on New Clean Air Plan, Volume 22, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2008 Story#22
San Joaquin Will Tighten Its Wood Burning Rule, Volume 22, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2008 Story#23
Bay Area and San Joaquin District Will Tighten Graphic Arts Rules, Volume 22, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2008 Story#17
Cement Facility Emissions Lead to More Stringent Requirements by South Coast AQMD, Volume 22, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2008 Story#18
Details of San Joaquin Valley's District's Compost Rule Revealed, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#21
San Joaquin Will Make Rule Changes to Conform to Extreme Ozone Status, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#22
San Joaquin to Tighten Flare Rule, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#23
SCAQMD to Conform Scrapping Rule With ARB Requirements, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#24
Sacramento AQMD Will Tighten Solvent Rules, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#25
Sacramento District Set to Adopt Rule Curtailing Fireplace Use, Volume 21, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2007 Story#23
San Diego APCD Will Tighten Adhesives Rule, Volume 21, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2007 Story#24
Bay Area AQMD Will Adopt New Fireplace Rule, Volume 21, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2007 Story#22
San Joaquin Valley District Will Expand Small Boiler Rule to Cover Schools and Other Exempt Sources, Volume 21, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2007 Story#21
BAAQMD to Limit Coverage of New Restaurant Charbroiler Rule, Volume 21, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2007 Story#20
SCAQMD's Revised Draft of ICE Engine Rule, Volume 21, Issue 6 Date=8/30/2007 Story#16
SCAQMD Proposes Changes to Foam Products Rule, Volume 21, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2007 Story#22
SCAQMD Proposes Changes to Asbestos Rule, Volume 21, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2007 Story#23
San Joaquin Valley District Reveals Proposed Changes to Gasoline Transfer Rules, Volume 21, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2007 Story#24
BAAQMD Proposes Changes in Boiler Rules, Volume 21, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2007 Story#23
SJVAPCD Releases Details of Changes to Gas Turbine Rule, Volume 21, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2007 Story#23
San Joaquin District Ready to Adopt Bioslids Rule, Volume 20, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2007 Story#21
San Joaquin District Will Require Vapor Recovery Testers Be Certified, Volume 20, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2007 Story#20
SCAQMD Will Amend Permit Exemption Rule, Volume 20, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2007 Story#18
SJVUAPCD Will Ban Burning of Orchard Removal Material, Volume 20, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2007 Story#19
BAAQMD Rule Will Regulate Emissions from Cooking Equipment, Volume 20, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2007 Story#17
BAAQMD Will Greatly Expand Coverage of Stationary Engine Rule, Volume 20, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2007 Story#16
SCAQMD Will Tighten Stationary Engine Rule, Volume 20, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2007 Story#16
SCAQMD Releases Draft of Tough New Fireplace Rule, Volume 20, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2007 Story#17
SJVUAPCD Workshop on Draft Ozone Plan, Volume 20, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2007 Story#18
San Joaquin Valley District Begins Work on Tightening of Gas Turbine Rule, Volume 20, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2006 Story#24
San Joaquin Valley District Releases Draft Changes in Solvent Cleaning Requirements for Eleven Rules, Volume 20, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2006 Story#21
South Coast Planning on Its Own Rules Covering Diesel Emissions from Engines, Volume 20, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2006 Story#22
SJVUAPCD Rejects Claims That New Source Review Exemption for Ag Sources Is Invalid, Volume 20, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2006 Story#15
SCAQMD Will Make Minor Changes to Asbestos Rule, Volume 20, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2006 Story#16
San Joaquin Valley District Will Revise Source Testing Policy Guidelines, Volume 20, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2006 Story#17
BRIEFS AND UPDATES, Volume 20, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2006 Story#18
Sacramento AQMD Beginning Work on Fireplace Control Measure, Volume 20, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2006 Story#18
SJVUAPCD Considering Significant Changes in Solvent-Cleaning Requirements, Volume 20, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2006 Story#19
South Coast AQMD to Amend Diesel Engine Rule, Volume 20, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2006 Story#20
BAAQMD Proposes Changes in Storage Tank Regulations, Volume 20, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2006 Story#20
SJVUAPCD Will Amend Rule on Polyethylene Foam Manufacturing, Volume 20, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2006 Story#21
Sacramento Takes Action to Regulate Agricultural Sources, Volume 20, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2006 Story#16
San Joaquin District Will Adopt ARB Automotive Coatings Rule, Volume 20, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2006 Story#17
Monterey District to Adopt Strict Building Removal Rule and to Update Other Rules, Volume 20, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2006 Story#18
New Version of SJVUAPCD School Bus Rule, Volume 19, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2006 Story#24
San Joaquin District Moves to Tighten Oil Well Vent Rule, Volume 19, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2006 Story#18
Sacramento District Acts to Conform New Source Rule to Federal Requirements, Volume 19, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2006 Story#19
SCAQMD Will Consider Extension of Flexibility Requirements in Clean Fleet Rules, Volume 19, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2006 Story#20
San Joaquin Valley District to Modify New Source Review Rule, Volume 19, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2005 Story#19
SJVUAPCD Will Adopt Rules Governing Wine Fermentation, Small Boilers, and Dryers, Volume 19, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2005 Story#20
SCAQMD Working on Rule to Limit Odors from Solid Waste Facilities, Volume 19, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2005 Story#21
First of SCAQMD Railroad Rules Goes to Board for Adoption, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#20
BAAQMD Proposes Amendments to Its Marine Loading Rules, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#21
San Joaquin Valley District to Adopt Three New Rules, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#22
BAAQMD Identifies Four New Control Measures As Result of PM Study, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#23
SCAQMD to Amend Automotive Coating Rule to Conform to ARB Suggested Rule, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#24
SCAQMD To Give New Electric Facilities Access to Reserve Once Again and to Amend New Source Rule to, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#25
San Joaquin Reports Substantial Progress in Reducing Particulate Emissions, Volume 19, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2005 Story#25
BAAQMD to Make Major Changes in Refinery PRD Rule, Volume 19, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2005 Story#26
SCAQMD to Amend Metal Parts Coatings Rule, Volume 19, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2005 Story#27
Monterey District to Make Changes in Toxics Rule, Volume 19, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2005 Story#28
San Joaquin Revises Its General Plan Guidelines, Volume 19, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2005 Story#29
Slight Change in Final SJVUAPCD Cow Emission Factor, Volume 19, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2005 Story#22
SCAQMD Releases Draft Rule Limiting Risk at Facilities Near Schools, Volume 19, Issue 3 Date=7/18/2005 Story#18
SJVUAPCD Cow Emission Factor Disputed by Both Farmers and Environmentalists, Volume 19, Issue 3 Date=7/18/2005 Story#19
San Joaquin to Adopt Water Heater and Furnace Rules, Volume 19, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2005 Story#24
Local Districts List New Particulate Measures for Implementation, Volume 18, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2005 Story#20
San Joaquin District Set to Subject Ag Engines to Emission Limits, Volume 18, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2005 Story#21
BAAQMD to Incorporate Toxics Policies into New Rule, Volume 18, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2005 Story#22
SCAQMD Rule Revisions Will Impact Agriculture, Volume 18, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2005 Story#17
San Diego APCD to Raise Fees, Volume 18, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2005 Story#18
SCAQMD Determines It Does Not Need New Particulate Measures, Volume 18, Issue 22 Date=4/28/2005 Story#17
SJVUAPCD to Phase Out Some Agricultural Burning, Volume 18, Issue 22 Date=4/28/2005 Story#18
SCAQMD to Further Amend RECLAIM Regulations, Volume 18, Issue 22 Date=4/28/2005 Story#19
SCAQMD Will Amend Solvent Cleaning Rule, Volume 18, Issue 22 Date=4/28/2005 Story#20
SCAQMD Going Through Annual Fee Adjustment and Budget Processes, Volume 18, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2005 Story#19
SJVUAPCD To Consider Changes to New Source Rule, Volume 18, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2005 Story#20
SCAQMD to Make Changes to Polyester Resin Regulation, Volume 18, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2005 Story#21
San Joaquin District Begins Work on Composting Rule, Volume 18, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2005 Story#10
SCAQMD Proposing New Rules to Limit Railroad Operations, Volume 18, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2005 Story#11
BAAQMD Proposing New Controls on Refinery Flares, Volume 18, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2005 Story#13
SCAQMD Will Amend Organic Storage Rule to Eliminate H2S Standard, Volume 18, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2005 Story#14
SCAQMD to Amend Engine Rule, Volume 18, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2005 Story#20
Sacramento AQMD to Ease Turbine Rule, Volume 18, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2005 Story#21
Sacramento AQMD Rule Change Will Require Offsets from More Sources, Volume 18, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2005 Story#21
SCAQMD to Amend Solvents Rule, Volume 18, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2005 Story#22
SCAQMD to Amend Toxics Rules to Adopt New OEHHA Risk Values, Volume 18, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2005 Story#23
SJVUAPCD Releases Latest Draft of Organic Liquid Storage Rule, Volume 18, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2005 Story#24
SJVUAPCD Releases New Draft of Rule Revisions Eliminating Ag Exemption for Engines, Volume 18, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2005 Story#25
Sacramento AQMD to Amend Boiler Rule, Volume 18, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2004 Story#12
SCAQMD Prepares to Require Permitting of Agricultural Sources, Volume 18, Issue 10 Date=10/29/2004 Story#10
San Joaquin Releases Details of Winery Rule, Volume 18, Issue 9 Date=10/18/2004 Story#8
San Diego APCD to Implement Enhanced Vapor Recovery Program, Volume 18, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2004 Story#9
BAAQMD to Regulate Refinery Wastewater Control Systems, Volume 17, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2004 Story#23
SJVAPCD Begins Work on Rule for Small Combustion Sources, Volume 17, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2004 Story#24

SAFER CONSUMER PRODUCTS

DTSC Releases List of Alternatives to PFASs in Textile and Leather Treatments, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#8
DTSC Proposes Adding 6PPD in Tires as a SCP Priority Product, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#9
DTSC Finalizes Listing of PFAS Textile and Leather Treatments as SCP Priority Product, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#11
2022 Safer Consumer Products Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#14
DTSC Partners With Tech Platform to Alert Consumers to Toxic Chemicals In Consumer Products, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#14
2021 Safer Consumer Products Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#14
Introduction to 2021 Enacted Legislation for the 2021-2022 Legislative Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#18
DTSC Proposes PFAS Treatments and Toluene Nail Products as Priority Products, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#12
OEHHA Releases Latest List and Guides on Purchasing Children's Art Supplies, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#14
DTSC Finalizes Identifying PFAS in Carpets and Rugs as Fourth Priority Product, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#15
Newsom, Legislature Reach Deal on Budget, DTSC Reform, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#5
DTSC Investigating Chemicals in Tires for Priority Product Designation, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#14
DTSC to Consider Listing Hair Straightening Products Under the SCP, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#12
DTSC Finalizes SCP Work Plan After Some Small Changes, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#15
DTSC Releases Rationale for Naming Zinc in Tires Under the SCP Program, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#12
Court Holds that DTSC's SPF System Priority Product Listing Failed to Comply With CEQA, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#11
2021 Safer Consumer Products Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#17
DTSC Says it Will Ask Tire Makers to Consider Removing Zinc, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#10
2020 Introduction to Bills Signed, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#1
2020 Safer Consumer Products Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#12
DTSC Focuses on PFAS in Food Packaging, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#19
DTSC Rejects Claims by SPF System Manufacturers Over Adequacy Of Alternatives, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#18
2020 Safer Consumer Products Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#14
OEHHA Releases Fact Sheet on N-Methylpyrrolidone (NMP), Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#21
DTSC Formally Proposes to List PFAs in Carpets and Rugs as Fourth Priority Product, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#20
DTSC Takes First Step Towards Banning the Use of Nail Polish Ingredient, Volume 33, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2020 Story#9
Judge Allows First Lawsuit Over State Green Chemistry Program to Move Forward, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#13
Commenters Criticize SPF System Manufacturers' Claim that There is No Feasible Alternative to Their Use of Harmful Chemical, Volume 33, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2019 Story#13
DTSC Moves Forward on Plan To Look at Suspect Food Packaging Additives, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#13
2019 Safer Consumer Products Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#15
SPF System Manufacturers Conclude There Is No Feasible Alternatives for Current Product Configuration, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#10
Business Interests Object to Possible Limits on 1-4-Dioxane in Cleaning and Personal Care Products, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#11
First Suit Brought Challenging Product Listing Under SCP, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#18
SCP Law Reaches Milestone With First Alternatives Analysis, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#17
DTSC Looking at Controlling 1-4 Dioxane Creation in Cleaning and Personal Care Products, Volume 32, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2019 Story#12
Petition to Add Zinc in Tires As Priority Product Moves Forward, Volume 32, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2019 Story#13
2019 Safer Consumer Products Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#16
DTSC Names Methylene Chloride Strippers as an SCP Priority Product, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#19
2018 Safer Consumer Products Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#14
Group Seeks Listing of Zinc-Containing Tires as Priority Product, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#11
ACC Asks DTSC to Take A Second Look at Decision to Identify SPF Systems as Priority Product, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#12
Industry Group Critical of DTSC's Plan to List Laundry Detergent Additive as Priority Product, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#15
DTSC Considering Listing NPE Containing Laundry Detergents as Priority Product , Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#12
DTSC Releases Final Version of Priority Product Work Plan with Few Changes, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#13
Critics of Draft Priority Product Work Plan Complain About Lack of Detail and Regulatory Overlap, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#17
2018 Safer Consumer Products Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#15
DTSC Intends to List Carpets and Rugs Containing PFAs as a Priority Product, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#14
DTSC Adds Food Packaging and Lead Acid Batteries to Product Categories for Possible Regulation under the SCP, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#17
Commenters Have Sharply Different Views of DTSC's Proposed Designation of Methylene Chloride Paint Strippers as a SCP Priority Product, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#18
DTSC Proposes to Designate Paint or Varnish Strippers Containing Methylene Chloride as Priority Product, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#13
Governor Brown Signs Cleaning Products Labeling Law, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#12
DTSC Formally Proposes to Designate Second Priority Product , Volume 30, Issue 20 Date=4/ 1/2017 Story#5

SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY UAPCD

SJVUAPCD to Amend Solvent Degreasing Rule, Volume 14, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2001 Story#7
SJVUAPCD Considering New Solvent Rule, Volume 14, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2001 Story#8
SJVUAPCD Staff Releases New Draft of Organic Liquid Storage Rule, Volume 14, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2001 Story#9
SJVUAPCD Staff Releases New Draft of Fugitive Dust Rules, Volume 14, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2001 Story#10
San Joaquin Meeting on Electrical Crisis, Volume 14, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2001 Story#11

SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING

Governor Newsom Makes Several New Environmental Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#9
Proposed Climate Plan Update Calls for State to be Carbon Neutral by 2045, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#1
Scrap Metal Recycler Settles with Justice Department Over Refrigerants, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#8
DTSC Issues Cleanup Order to Redwood City Metal Shredder, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#5
Newsom Names New CalFire Chief, Energy Advisor, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#6
Introduction to 2022 Proposed Environmental Legislation, 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#1
2022 Solid Waste and Recycling Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#15
Emergency Rule Adds New Products to DTSC Electronic Waste Recycling Program, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#9
DTSC Orders Terminal Island Metal Shredder to Deal With Hazardous Waste, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#6
City Liable Under RCRA for Transporting Tainted Water, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#8
Introduction to 2021 Enacted Legislation for the 2021-2022 Legislative Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#18
2021 Solid Waste and Recycling Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#15
State Announces Guilty Pleas in $34 Million Recycling Fraud Case, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#5
Newsom, Legislature Nail Down Budget Details on Water, Climate, Wildfires, Volume 35, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2021 Story#4
Governor Newsom's Most Recent Environmental Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#5
DTSC Proposes Emergency Rule to Regulate Metal Shredding as Hazardous Waste, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#11
Gov. Newsom's Most Recent Environmental Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#8
Newsom Names New Climate Advisor, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#6
DTSC Takes Enforcement Action Against Two Metal Recycling Businesses, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#4
CalRecycle Makes Several Arrests in Alleged Recycling Fraud Scheme, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#5
CalRecycle Reaches $1.1 Million Settlement with Carpet Industry, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#6
DTSC Takes Numerous Enforcement Actions Against Metal Recyclers, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#5
Introduction to 2021 Proposed Environmental Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#1
2021 Solid Waste and Recycling Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#18
Bold Steps Needed to Meet Waste and Recycling Goals, State Commission Says, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#11
DTSC Sues Several Companies in Effort to Pay for Exide Battery Plant Cleanup, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#5
Newsom Names New Head of CalRecycle, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#10
Newsom Makes Environmental Appointments Including Several To Water Boards, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#9
2020 Introduction to Bills Signed, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#1
2020 Solid Waste And Recycling Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#13
CalEPA Report Shows Promise of Diverting Food Waste to Sewage Treatment Plants, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#3
Newsom Extends Recycling Rules Relaxation, Reimposes Plastic Bag Ban, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#3
State Eases CEQA Notification Rules, Makes Other Moves in Face of COVID-19, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#2
2020 Solid Waste and Recycling Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#15
Environmental Agencies, Courts Respond to Coronavirus Pandemic, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#18
State Arrests 11 People for Allegedly Defrauding Recycling Rebate Program, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#6
2019 Solid Waste And Recycling Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#16
2019 Solid Waste and Recycling Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#17
CalRecycle Proposes Rules to Cut Landfilling of Organic Waste and Edible Food, Volume 32, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2019 Story#13
2018 Solid Waste and Recycling Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#15
State Auditor Criticizes CalRecycle Oversight of Mattress Program, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#12
DTSC Aims to Finalize Rules Governing Cathode Ray Tubes , Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#13
CalRecycle Recommends Expansion of E-Waste Program, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#14
State Approves $1 million Fine Against Carpet Manufacturers over Recycling Plans, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#18
2018 Solid Waste and Recycling Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#16
Brown Signs Bill Targeting Post-Consumer Carpet Recycling, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#13
CalRecycle Proposes Permanent Rules on E-Waste, Volume 31, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2017 Story#12
Solid Waste and Recycling 2017 Bills, Volume 30, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2017 Story#23
CalRecycle beefs up enforcement of local government recycling and composting programs, Volume 30, Issue 16 Date=2/ 1/2017 Story#11

SOUTH COAST AQMD

SCAQMD Proposing Changes in Aerospace Rule, Volume 15, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2001 Story#29
SCAQMD Staff to Hold Workshops on Emissions Reporting, Volume 15, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2001 Story#30
Board Adopts First of Mobile Source Credit Rules, Volume 14, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2001 Story#24
Staff Releases Details of Reclaim Credit Cost Reduction Plan, Volume 14, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2001 Story#25
SCAQMD Proposes to Add New Chemical Values to Toxics Rules, Volume 14, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2001 Story#26
Change to SCAQMD Gasoline Dispensing Rule Will Allow Weekend Testing, Volume 14, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2001 Story#27
District Rulemaking Summary, Volume 14, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2001 Story#28

SPECIAL REPORT

Recognition of Offsets, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#14
Enforcement and Penalties, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#15
Other AB 32 Requirements, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#16
Trading and Banking, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#12
Linkage, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#13
Auction of Allowances, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#11
Registration, Tracking, and Accounts, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#10
Distribution of Allowances, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#9
Voluntarily Associated Entities, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#7
Demonstrating Compliance, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#8
Opt-In Entities, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#6
Cap-and-Trade, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#2
Plan Authorization and Development, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#3
The Cap and How It Works, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#4
Who Must Comply Under the Program, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#5
Monitoring, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#17
Hearing, Comments, and Documents, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#18
Conclusion, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#19
The Global Warming Solutions Act (AB 32): Raising the Temperature of California Business, Volume 21, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2007 Story#4
Twenty Years of CEI, Volume 21, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2007 Story#5
Election 2006, Volume 20, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2006 Story#12
California Tackles Global Warming, Volume 20, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2006 Story#5
New Standards for Environmental Due Diligence, Volume 20, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2006 Story#6
Restoring Hetch Hetchy, Volume 20, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2006 Story#3
New Legislation, Volume 19, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2005 Story#3
CERCLA Contribution Actions After Cooper/Aviall, Volume 19, Issue 3 Date=7/18/2005 Story#4
Proposed Legislation Part II, Volume 18, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2005 Story#3
New Legislation Part II, Volume 18, Issue 10 Date=10/29/2004 Story#3
New Legislation Part I, Volume 18, Issue 9 Date=10/18/2004 Story#2
Redeveloping Brownfields Redevelopment, Volume 17, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2003 Story#9
Election 2002, Volume 16, Issue 12 Date=11/27/2002 Story#7
Interview With Chair of State Water Board, Volume 16, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2002 Story#12
Enforcement at Cal/EPA, Volume 16, Issue 2 Date=6/28/2002 Story#4
The Future of Air Regulation in California: The ARB's Clean Air Plan: Part III, Volume 15, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2002 Story#3
The Future of Air Regulation in California: The ARB's Clean Air Plan: Part II, Volume 15, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2002 Story#15
The Future of Air Regulation in California: The ARB's Clean Air Plan: Part I, Volume 15, Issue 20 Date=3/29/2002 Story#9
Proposed Legislation Part I, Volume 15, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2002 Story#5
Cal/EPA: End-of-Year Regulatory Update, Volume 15, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2001 Story#9
The California Land Environmental Restoration and Reuse Act (SB 32), Volume 15, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2001 Story#8
The Legislature's Home Stretch, Volume 15, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2001 Story#5
The Bush Administration: The First 100 Days, Volume 14, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2001 Story#4
The Energy Crisis: Recent Developments, Volume 14, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2001 Story#6
Year 2001 Preview, Volume 14, Issue 13 Date=12/21/2000 Story#9
Election 2000, Volume 14, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2000 Story#4
Energy Deregulation and the Environment: Part II, Volume 14, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2000 Story#3
Energy Deregulation and the Environment: Part I, Volume 14, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2000 Story#3
TMDL Update: Part I: The New EPA Rules, Volume 14, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2000 Story#5
The Attack on Diesel, Volume 14, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2000 Story#8
The Legislature's Final Agenda, Volume 14, Issue 3 Date=7/13/2000 Story#4
What Californians Really Think About the Environment, Volume 14, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2000 Story#4
CALFED's Plan for California's Water Future, Volume 14, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2000 Story#8
Aboveground Tanks in California, Volume 13, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2000 Story#4
New Toxic Standards for California Waters, Volume 13, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2000 Story#11
Corps of Engineers Nationwide Permit Program, Volume 13, Issue 22 Date=4/27/2000 Story#2
Cal/EPA Looks at Itself, Volume 13, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2000 Story#6
Proposition 12: The Park Bond, Volume 13, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2000 Story#12
Proposition 13: State Water Bonds, Volume 13, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2000 Story#5
The Governor's Budget, Volume 13, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2000 Story#9
Year End Regulatory Update, Volume 13, Issue 13 Date=12/22/1999 Story#6
California's Nonpoint Sources Discharge Control Plan, Volume 13, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1999 Story#12
The Waste Board's March to 50%, Volume 13, Issue 11 Date=11/16/1999 Story#7
Y2K: Environmental Perspectives, Volume 13, Issue 7 Date=9/16/1999 Story#7
EPA's Proposed Changes in the TMDL and NPDES Programs, Volume 13, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1999 Story#4
Interview With Resources Agency Secretary Mary Nichols, Volume 13, Issue 5 Date=8/16/1999 Story#11
Interview with CalEPA Secretary Winston Hickox, Volume 13, Issue 2 Date=6/30/1999 Story#6
Air Toxics Update: Part II, Volume 13, Issue 1 Date=6/16/1999 Story#8
Air Toxics Update: Part I, Volume 12, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1999 Story#6
Hazardous Waste Reclassification: The Report of the National Research Council, Volume 12, Issue 23 Date=5/17/1999 Story#4
Challenging Underground Tank Corrective Action Orders, Volume 12, Issue 22 Date=4/30/1999 Story#5
CUPAs in Year Six: Most Are Up and Running -- Generally in the Same Direction, Volume 12, Issue 21 Date=4/15/1999 Story#4
Proposed Legislation: Part III, Volume 12, Issue 19 Date=3/15/1999 Story#6
Proposed Legislation: Part I, Volume 12, Issue 17 Date=2/16/1999 Story#10
The TMDL Process: The Push to Force Strict New Water Pollution Controls, Volume 12, Issue 16 Date=1/31/1999 Story#5
Army Corps of Engineers Proposes Changes to Nationwide Permits, Volume 12, Issue 15 Date=1/15/1999 Story#7
DTSC's New Superfund Regulations, Volume 12, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1998 Story#8
Election '98, Volume 12, Issue 11 Date=11/17/1998 Story#7

STUDIES

UC Study Shows Disproportionate Water Quality Problems in Communities of Color, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#11
Heavy Pumping in Droughts Worsens Central Valley Groundwater Quality, Study Says, Volume 35, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2021 Story#10
Smoke from Camp Fire Laced with Lead, Other Toxic Metals, CARB Study Reveals, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#1
OEHHA Final Report Links Synthetic Food Dyes and Hyperactivity in Children, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#10
OEHHA Gets Pushback on Proposed PFOA Prop. 65 Listing as a Carcinogen, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#11
UC Issues Studies on Decarbonizing Transportation and Fuel Production in California, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#2
100 Percent Renewable Energy by 2045 Possible in L.A., Federal Energy Study Finds, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#5
California Study Concludes that Synthetic Food Dyes Show Clear Link to Children's ADHD, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#15
CalEPA Report Shows Promise of Diverting Food Waste to Sewage Treatment Plants, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#3
Carbon Neutrality by 2045 is Within California's Reach, Study Says, Volume 33, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2020 Story#1
New Research Points to a Handful of Methane "Super-Emitters" in California, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#3
Trump Administration Issues Study of Fracking on Public Land in Central California, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#14
DTSC Says That Decline in Flame Retardants in Breast Milk Supports SCP Effort, Volume 29, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2016 Story#9
UCSF Report Outlines Possible California Regulatory Program for Nanomaterials, Volume 23, Issue 23 Date=5/17/2010 Story#9
DTSC Says that Green Chemistry Program Progresses Despite Obstacles, Volume 23, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2009 Story#8

SUPERFUND

Federal, State Agencies Reach $77.6 Million Cleanup Deal for L.A. County Superfund Site, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#5
Feds Reach $29.5 Million Settlement with Shell Over Fullerton Superfund Site Cleanup, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#2
Feinstein Calls for More Research into DDT Dump Site Near Santa Catalina Island, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#3
EPA Removes Mountain View Site from Superfund List, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#3
Speculative Cleanup Costs Not Recoverable Under CERCLA, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#13
U.S. EPA Adds Orange County's North Basin Aquifer to Superfund List, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#5
EPA Reaches $56.6 Million Deal to Clean Up Groundwater at L.A. Superfund Sites, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#4
Legislative Analyst's Office Urges Improved Approach to Abandoned Mine Cleanups, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#18
Landowners Need EPA Approval to Pursue Superfund Cleanup, Supreme Court Rules, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#8
EPA Seeks to Remove Santa Clara Site from Superfund List, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#3
U.S. EPA Reaches $2 Million Settlement to Investigate Clean Up of Mercury Mine, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#6
University of California Agrees to Cleanup Contaminated Land at UC Davis, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#6
EPA Looks to Add Defunct Humboldt County Mine to Superfund Program, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#1
Two Plead Guilty to Doctoring Soil Samples at San Francisco Superfund Site, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#3
EPA Seeks Superfund Listing for Orange County North Basin Aquifer, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#1
EPA Names Orange County Groundwater Basin a Cleanup Priority, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#3
Bill Introduced to Restore State Superfund, Volume 12, Issue 16 Date=1/31/1999 Story#10
LAO Report Recommends Changes, Volume 12, Issue 16 Date=1/31/1999 Story#11
EPA Makes Settlement Offers to Casmalia PRPs, Volume 12, Issue 16 Date=1/31/1999 Story#12
EPA Settles With De-Minimis Contributors to OII Site, Volume 12, Issue 16 Date=1/31/1999 Story#13

SUPERFUND CLEANUPS

Federal, State Agencies Reach $77.6 Million Cleanup Deal for L.A. County Superfund Site, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#5
Feds Reach $29.5 Million Settlement with Shell Over Fullerton Superfund Site Cleanup, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#2
Feinstein Calls for More Research into DDT Dump Site Near Santa Catalina Island, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#3
EPA Removes Mountain View Site from Superfund List, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#3
Speculative Cleanup Costs Not Recoverable Under CERCLA, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#13
U.S. EPA Adds Orange County's North Basin Aquifer to Superfund List, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#5
EPA Reaches $56.6 Million Deal to Clean Up Groundwater at L.A. Superfund Sites, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#4
Legislative Analyst's Office Urges Improved Approach to Abandoned Mine Cleanups, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#18
Landowners Need EPA Approval to Pursue Superfund Cleanup, Supreme Court Rules, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#8
EPA Seeks to Remove Santa Clara Site from Superfund List, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#3
U.S. EPA Reaches $2 Million Settlement to Investigate Clean Up of Mercury Mine, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#6
University of California Agrees to Cleanup Contaminated Land at UC Davis, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#6
EPA Looks to Add Defunct Humboldt County Mine to Superfund Program, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#1
Two Plead Guilty to Doctoring Soil Samples at San Francisco Superfund Site, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#3
EPA Seeks Superfund Listing for Orange County North Basin Aquifer, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#1
EPA Names Orange County Groundwater Basin a Cleanup Priority, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#3
DTSC and PRPs Reach Agreement on Stringfellow Site, Volume 12, Issue 15 Date=1/15/1999 Story#12
DTSC Challenges Navy and Marines Over Cuts in Oversight Budget, Volume 12, Issue 15 Date=1/15/1999 Story#13

SURVEY OF ENVIRONMENTAL BILLS

Survey of Environmental Bills, Volume 26, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2013 Story#11
BAY-DELTA, Volume 26, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2013 Story#13
CONTAMINATED PROPERTY, Volume 26, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2013 Story#16

TESTING

State Water Board Adopts Groundbreaking Test Method for Microplastics, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#12
State Water Board Kickstarts Statewide Testing for PFAS in Drinking Water, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#12

TOXIC TORTS

Ninth Circuit CERCLA Decision Makes It Easier to File Tort Actions Based on Contamination, Volume 16, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2002 Story#24

TRANSPORTATION

California Moves to Defend its Clean Car Standards in Face of Legal Attack, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#7
Proposed Climate Plan Update Calls for State to be Carbon Neutral by 2045, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#1
Newsom Boosts Energy and Drought Spending in Revised May Budget, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#4
California Attorney General Sues U.S. Postal Service Over Vehicle Fleet Plan, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#9
Legislative Analyst Urges Legislature to Widen Response to Climate Change, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#1
CARB Proposes Transition to Zero-Emission Cars by 2035, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#1
Newsom Makes Several New Environmental Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#8
Newsom Proposes Relief for Spiking Gas Prices, Calls for Faster Clean Car Spending, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#8
2022 Transportation Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#16
OEHHA Examines Air Pollution Effects of State's Cap-and-Trade Program, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#3
Newsom Makes Appointments to CARB, New Environmental Safety Board, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#6
Newsom Calls for Major Boost in Climate Change Spending in Budget Proposal, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#8
Newsom Picks New Member of Public Utilities Commission, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#9
Court Upholds Environmental Review for San Bernardino Amazon Air Cargo Facility, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#11
CARB Approves Truck Smog Check Program and Limits on Small Engine Pollution, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#1
CARB, CEC Approve Record $2.9 Billion In Spending to Boost Zero-Emission Vehicles, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#2
Attorney General, CARB to Help Defend South Coast Air District Warehouse Rule, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#6
CARB Considers Tightening Emissions for Commercial Harbor Craft, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#1
California Officials Urge EPA to Adopt Stringent Greenhouse Gas Car Standards, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#2
9th Circuit Upholds Army Corps' Dredging Plan for San Francisco Bay, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#8
CARB Floats Emissions Cuts, Zero-Emission Mandate for Transport Refrigeration Units, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#2
Biden Administration Hews Closer to California in New Greenhouse Gas Vehicle Rule, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#4
Governor's Office Issues Draft Guidance on CEQA Streamlining for Transit Projects, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#2
South Coast Air District Approves Warehouse Indirect Source Rule, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#1
Newsom's Revised Budget Boosts Spending on Climate, Clean Cars, Drought, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#8
UC Issues Studies on Decarbonizing Transportation and Fuel Production in California, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#2
100 Percent Renewable Energy by 2045 Possible in L.A., Federal Energy Study Finds, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#5
Newsom Directs State to Phase Out Fracking Permits, Study Ending Oil Extraction, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#11
Newsom's Most Recent Environmental Appointments, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#7
2021 Transportation Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#19
Newsom's Recent Environmental Appointments , Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#8
CARB May Be Inflating Greenhouse Gas Cuts from Transportation, State Auditor Says, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#2
Newsom Proposes Big Spending on Clean Cars and Wildfires in New Budget, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#6
Wildlife Officials Put Off Listing Monarch Butterflies Under Endangered Species Act, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#2
CPUC Sets Out Steps to Improve Integration of Electric Vehicles into the Grid, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#3
9th Circuit Sides with CalTrans in Fight over Widening Road Near Redwoods, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#9
Energy Commission Issues $384 Million Clean Transportation Investment Plan, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#4
State's Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rose Slightly in 2018, Latest CARB Data Show, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#1
Newsom Makes Environmental Appointments Including Several To Water Boards, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#9
2020 CEQA Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#2
2020 Energy Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#6
Governor Newsom Makes New Environmental Appointments, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#8
Newsom Orders Phase-Out of Gasoline Cars by 2035, Sets Other Zero-Emission Targets, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#2
Governor Newsom Makes Several Environmental Appointments, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#12
High-Speed Rail Authority Issues Review of Planned San Francisco to San Jose Route, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#3
California Utilities Push to Build Major Public Electric Truck Charging Network, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#5
CARB Changes Proposed Rule on Ocean-Going Vessel Emissions, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#2
Newsom Announces Numerous Environmental Appointments, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#7
Sen. Wiener Introduces Bill to Exempt Transit Projects from CEQA, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#14
High-Speed Rail Authority Issues Draft EIR for Burbank to Los Angeles Route, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#1
Newsom Makes Several Environmental Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#7
High-Speed Rail Authority Issues Review of Proposed San Jose to Merced Route, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#2
CalTrans Improperly Claimed a CEQA Exemption and Was Estopped from Relying on NOE, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#10
Newsom, Assembly Speaker Make Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#8
High-Speed Rail Authority Issues Bakersfield to Palmdale Route's Environmental Review, Volume 33, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2020 Story#1
State Sues Federal Aviation Administration over San Bernardino Airport Expansion, Volume 33, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2020 Story#5
Newsom, Assembly Speaker Announce Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#7
CARB Announces Multi-State Effort to Boost Zero Emission Trucks and Buses, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#3
Newsom Makes Appointments and Reappoints Many to Regional Water Boards, Volume 33, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2019 Story#8
CARB Approves Clean Transportation Funding Plan, Changes Vehicle Rebate Programs, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#1
State Files Second Legal Challenge to Trump Administration Move on Car Standards, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#5
Governor Newsom Makes Numerous Appointments , Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#7
2019 Climate Change Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#4
2019 Miscellaneous Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#12
Newsom Names New Leaders in Oil and Gas Sector, Other Environmental Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2019 Story#8
Newsom Issues Executive Order to Boost Climate Change Action, Volume 33, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2019 Story#1
Newsom Scuttles SCAQMD Appointment, Makes New Environmental Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#7
Gov. Newsom Makes Several Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#9
High-Speed Rail Authority Settles Last CEQA Fight Over Fresno to Bakersfield Route, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#8
Newsom Names New CPUC President, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#10
Newsom Makes Appointments to Natural Resources Agency, Other Agencies, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#11

TREATIES

Equally Divided Supreme Court Upholds 9th Circuit Indian Fishing Rights Ruling, Volume 32, Issue 1 and 2 Date=7/ 1/2018 Story#11

TRIBAL

Newsom Boosts Energy and Drought Spending in Revised May Budget, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#4
Newsom Proposes Budgeting $100 Million for Tribal Conservation Initiatives, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#7
San Diego Must Revisit Greenhouse Gas Analysis of Utility Project, Court Rules, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#9
2021 Miscellaneous Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#11
Newsom Lifts COVD-19 CEQA Rules, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#1
2020 CEQA Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#2
Equally Divided Supreme Court Upholds 9th Circuit Indian Fishing Rights Ruling, Volume 32, Issue 1 and 2 Date=7/ 1/2018 Story#11

TSCA

9th Circuit Orders EPA to Update Lead-Based Paint Standards, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#11
Biden Issues Wave of Executive Actions to Push Environmental, Climate Action, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#9
Ninth Circuit Gives Major Victory to Environmental Groups Under TSCA, Volume 33, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2019 Story#9
DTSC Moves Forward on Plan To Look at Suspect Food Packaging Additives, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#13
SCP Law Reaches Milestone With First Alternatives Analysis, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#17
DTSC Clarifies Obligations of Methylene Chloride Paint Remover Manufacturers After EPA TSCA Rulemaking, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#16
California District Court Rules That EPA Wrongly Dismissed TSCA Section 21 Petition, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#16
9th Circuit Directs EPA to Update Child Lead Paint Dust Standards, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#14
TSCA Reform Legislation Looks Likely in 2016, Volume 29, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2016 Story#3
California Opposition Complicates Bipartisan Effort to Pass TSCA-Reform, Volume 27, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2013 Story#3
New U.S. EPA Policy Will Restrict Confidentiality Claims Under TSCA, Volume 23, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2010 Story#11
State Coalition Wants to Preserve State Role in New TSCA Legislation, Volume 23, Issue 13 and 14 Date=12/18/2009 Story#17
EPA Administrator Announces Principles of Green Chemistry Program on Federal Level, Volume 23, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2009 Story#2

UNDERGROUND STORAGE TANKS

State Board Alerts UST Owners to Extra Requirements Under New Federal Law, Volume 29, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2015 Story#9
State Board Issues Guidance on UST Compatibility With Gasoline Containing Ethanol, Volume 29, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2015 Story#10
State Board Issues Guidance on Permanent Closure of Single-Walled Tanks, Volume 29, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2015 Story#11
State Board Eases Requirements for Commingled Plume Tank Closures, Volume 27, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2013 Story#5
State Board Begins Update of UST Cleanup Fund Cost Guidelines, Volume 27, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2013 Story#10
State Board Adopts Procedures for Certifying Local Programs, Volume 26, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2013 Story#13
State Board Adopts Plan for Implementing New Low Threat Policy, Volume 26, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2012 Story#7
SWRCB Releases Final Version of Revised LUFT Manual, Volume 26, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2012 Story#5
Water Board Adopts Low-Threat UST Closure Policy, Volume 25, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2012 Story#10
State Board Moves Forward With Low-Threat Closure Policy, Volume 25, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2012 Story#11
Comments Critical of Draft Low Threat Closure Policy, Volume 25, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2012 Story#6
State Water Board Moves for A Permanent Solution to Biodiesel Compatibility Storage Problem, Volume 25, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2011 Story#9
State Board Proposes to Rein-In Clean-Up Fund Reimbursable Expenses, Volume 25, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2011 Story#14
State Board Considers Final Version of Suggested Statewide Low Risk UST Closure Policy, Volume 25, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2011 Story#2
Draft Policy Would Seek to Accelerate Closure of Low-Risk Sites, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#5
State Board Concludes that USTs Storing Diesel Exhaust Fluid Are Not Subject to UST Regulations, Volume 24, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2010 Story#15
State Board Outlines New UST Cleanup Fund Procedures, Volume 24, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2010 Story#16
State Water Board Seeks Comments on Revised LUFT Manual, Volume 24, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2010 Story#9
Audit of Cleanup Fund Yields Critique of Cost Controls and Extensive Recommendations for Changes, Volume 23, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2010 Story#6
UST Task Forces Release Final Recommendations, Volume 23, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2010 Story#1
State Board Orders One Case Closed and Recommends Eight Others for Closure, Volume 23, Issue 13 and 14 Date=12/18/2009 Story#18
Legislation Temporarily Raises UST Storage Fees to Cover Cleanup Fund Shortfall, Volume 23, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2009 Story#8
State Board Adopts Resolution Implementing Many of Task Force Recommendations, Volume 23, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2009 Story#9
State Board Extends Variance for Storage of B20 Biodiesel for Three Years, Volume 23, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2009 Story#10
LUFT Task Force Preparing Recommendations for Improving UST Cleanups, Volume 23, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2009 Story#19
Water Board Defends Decision to Limit UST Storage to B20 Fuel, Volume 23, Issue 4 Date=7/30/2009 Story#13
Water Board Draft Order Would Require Regional Board to Close Tank Case, Volume 23, Issue 4 Date=7/30/2009 Story#14
State Water Board Seeking Applications for $15.5 Million in Federal UST Cleanup Funds, Volume 23, Issue 3 Date=7/14/2009 Story#15
Increased Fees and Accelerated Review Proposed To Alleviate Cleanup Fund Problem, Volume 22, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2009 Story#1
State Board Will Adopt Emergency Regulations to Allow USTs to Store Up to B20 Biodiesel, Volume 22, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2009 Story#11
State Board Proposes New Regulations Reestablishing UST Orphan Fund, Volume 22, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2009 Story#10
State Board Workshop Will Discuss Cleanup Fund Shortfalls, Volume 22, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2009 Story#11
State Board Overturns Local Agency's Determination of Liability for UST Release, Volume 22, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2009 Story#12
Cleanup Fund Continues to Face Shortfall, Volume 22, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2009 Story#11
Cleanup Fund Delays Reimbursements, Volume 22, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2008 Story#8
State Board Begins Major Project to Improve UST Remediation and Update of LUFT Manual, Volume 22, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2008 Story#15
State Board Orders Closure of Tank Site Over Objection of Regional Board, Volume 22, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2008 Story#15
State Board Clarifies Regulatory Status of Biodiesel Stored in USTs, Volume 21, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2008 Story#7
State Board's Caution on Under-Dispenser Containment, Volume 21, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2008 Story#27
State Board Staff Clarifies Cleanup Fund Waiver Requirements, Volume 21, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2007 Story#10
Tank Owner Who Failed to Get Permit Prior to 1994 May Apply for Cleanup Fund Waiver, Volume 21, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2007 Story#11
State Board Clarifies When Qualified Installers and Technicians Must Be Used, Volume 19, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2006 Story#6
Water Board Issues Guidance on Testing of Leak Detection Sensors, Volume 19, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2006 Story#17
State Board Issues Advisory on Thermoplastic Piping, Volume 19, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2005 Story#15
State Board Orders Closure of UST Site Despite Residual Contamination in Excess of MCLs, Volume 18, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2005 Story#16
State Board Rejects Cleanup Fund Eligibility for Post-1990 Permit Noncompliance, Volume 18, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2004 Story#7
State Board to Host UST Outreach Sessions, Volume 18, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2004 Story#8
State Board Adopts Regulations Defining Interstitial Testing Methods, Volume 18, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2004 Story#11
Proposed Regs Will Allow Local Agencies to "Red Tag" Non-compliant Tanks, Volume 17, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2003 Story#17
State Board Proposes Changes in Cleanup Fund Regulations, Volume 17, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2003 Story#18
Board Reinstates Pre-approval Review, Volume 17, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2003 Story#19
State Board Proposes Changes in UST Regulations, Volume 16, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2003 Story#7
State Board Discusses Enhanced Leak Detection Requirements, Volume 15, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2001 Story#15
Panel Recommends Giving Local Agencies Administrative Enforcement Authority, Volume 15, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2001 Story#16
Revised Cost Guidelines Issued by the Cleanup Fund, Volume 15, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2001 Story#23
Water Board Staff Answers Questions About New Containment Testing Requirements, Volume 15, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2001 Story#12
Money Still Available for UST Replacement, Volume 15, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2001 Story#9
State Board Adds Two New Categories of Authorized Tank Testers, Volume 15, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2001 Story#10
State Board Workshops on New Tank Rules, Volume 14, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2001 Story#25
State Board to Require Electronic Submission of Laboratory Information, Volume 14, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2001 Story#2
Deadline for Under-Dispenser Containment Nears, Volume 14, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2001 Story#3
State Board Finalizes Changes to Proposed Tank Regs, Volume 14, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2001 Story#19
Santa Ana Regional Board Releases Own Guidance for MTBE Sites, Volume 14, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2001 Story#20
State Board Proposes Major Changes in State UST Regulations, Volume 13, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2000 Story#1
Assignment of Claims Against Cleanup Fund Upheld, Volume 13, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2000 Story#17
State Water Board Proposes Major Changes in Cleanup Fund Regulations, Volume 13, Issue 22 Date=4/27/2000 Story#1
Water Board Issues Advisory on Storage of Ethanol Blends, Volume 13, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2000 Story#19
State Board Orders Site Closure over Regional Board Objection, Volume 12, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1999 Story#12
State Board Clarifies Cost Reimbursement Issue in Cleanup Fund Claims, Volume 12, Issue 23 Date=5/17/1999 Story#10
State Will Not Follow EPA Lead in Ignoring Small and Government UST Owners, Volume 12, Issue 13 Date=12/23/1998 Story#4
Jurisdictions that will Allow Facilities to Self-Certify, Volume 12, Issue 13 Date=12/23/1998 Story#5
State Board Cautions on Use of Qualified Installers and Testers, Volume 12, Issue 9 Date=10/16/1998 Story#17
State Board Clarifies December Requirements, Volume 12, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1998 Story#9
Board Orders Closure of Two UST Sites, Volume 12, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1998 Story#10
Lawyer and State Disagree Over Resolution of Cleanup Fund Litigation, Volume 12, Issue 4 Date=7/31/1998 Story#16
State Board Begins Review of UST Regulations, Volume 12, Issue 3 Date=7/17/1998 Story#10
Water Board Adopts Emergency Regulations Covering Fuel Tanks and Bladders, Volume 11, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1997 Story#11
Out-of-State Manufacturer Gets Dismissal of Prop. 65 Case, Volume 11, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1997 Story#10
Both Sides Attack CVPIA Allocation Scheme, Volume 11, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1997 Story#9
San Francisco Adopts Lead Paint Ordinance, Volume 11, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1997 Story#8
Waste Board's Authority Over Construction and Organic Waste, Volume 11, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1997 Story#7
Water Board Cautions Against Installation of Vent Valves, Volume 11, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1997 Story#10
Supreme Court's Decision in Tahoe Suit Vindicates AG, Volume 10, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1997 Story#1
Injunction Issued in Prop. 65 Bulk Chemical Case, Volume 10, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1997 Story#2
EPA's Proposed New Air Standards: Criticism and Defense, Volume 10, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1997 Story#3
RSU Classification Scheme in Trouble, Volume 10, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1997 Story#4
Cal/EPA Agencies List Future Risk Assessment Plans, Volume 10, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1997 Story#5
Northern Coho Listed as Threatened, Volume 10, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1997 Story#6
OES Draft Accidental Release Regulations, Volume 10, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1997 Story#7
Ninth Circuit Says U.S. Should Have Designated Gnatcatcher Habitat, Volume 10, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1997 Story#8
Controls on Ballast Discharge Sought, Volume 10, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1997 Story#9
Pesticide Mill Tax Bill Moves Forward, Volume 10, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1997 Story#10
PG&E to Pay $14 Million to Settle Reporting, Volume 10, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1997 Story#11
NRDC to Fight State Settlement of Prop. 65 Calcium Case, Volume 10, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1997 Story#12
OEHHA Finalizes Prop. 65 Prioritization Procedure, Volume 10, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1997 Story#13
Railroads Agree to Introduce Clean Engines in South Coast First, Volume 10, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1997 Story#14
State Board to Hold Workshops on 1998 Requirements, Volume 10, Issue 23 Date=5/15/1997 Story#18
RECENT FEDERAL ACTIONS, Volume 10, Issue 23 Date=5/15/1997 Story#20
State Board UST Head Recommends Consideration of Non-Purge Monitoring, Volume 10, Issue 23 Date=5/15/1997 Story#19
State Board Releases List of Leak Detection and Test Methods, Volume 10, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1996 Story#9
State Expresses Concern About Cathodic Protection Systems Installation, Volume 10, Issue 2 Date=6/30/1996 Story#11

UNIFIED PROGRAM

1997-98 State Service Charge Rates Established, Volume 11, Issue 3 Date=7/15/1997 Story#8

UNIFIED PROGRAM (CUPAS)

Training Matrix Shows Lack of Course Providers in Some Areas, Volume 10, Issue 3 Date=7/15/1996 Story#7
CUPA Hearing Schedule Picks Up Steam, Volume 10, Issue 3 Date=7/15/1996 Story#8

US EPA

California Moves to Defend its Clean Car Standards in Face of Legal Attack, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#7
South Coast Air District Could Sue EPA Over Struggle to Meet Air Quality Goals, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#1
9th Circuit Orders EPA Again to Respond to Petition to Cancel Pet Pesticide, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#6
Scrap Metal Recycler Settles with Justice Department Over Refrigerants, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#8
CARB Proposes Transition to Zero-Emission Cars by 2035, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#1
California Moves to Support EPA in Defense of Greenhouse Gas Vehicle Rule, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#3
EPA Nixes Trump-Era Move on California's Clean Air Act Waiver, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#1
CARB Reaches $2.1 Million Settlement over Aftermarket Car Part Sales, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#5
State Water Board Adds New Waterbodies to its Pollution Watch List, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#10
U.S. Supreme Court to Review 9th Circuit Ruling on Wetlands, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#7
California Praises New EPA Rule Limiting Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#2
Biden Administration Taps Martha Guzman as New EPA Region 9 Chief, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#10
U.S. EPA to Take Another Look at Ozone Pollution Standard, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#1
DTSC Alleges Hazardous Waste Mismanagement at Pittsburg Chemical Plant, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#5
9th Circuit Rules Upholds EPA Variance to Montana Water Quality Standards, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#9
California Officials Urge EPA to Adopt Stringent Greenhouse Gas Car Standards, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#2
State and U.S. EPA Pledge to Boost Environmental Justice Collaboration, Volume 35, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2021 Story#3
9th Circuit Upholds EPA Move to Regulate Wetlands on Long-Litigated Idaho Property, Volume 35, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2021 Story#7
Feds Reach $29.5 Million Settlement with Shell Over Fullerton Superfund Site Cleanup, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#2
9th Circuit Rejects Wastewater Treatment Plants' Challenge to EPA Test Method, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#6
EPA Revokes Chlorpyrifos Approvals in Wake of 9th Circuit Ruling, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#10
U.S. EPA Agrees to Make Decisions on Ozone Attainment Plans, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#7
EPA Settles With Corona Car Part Maker Over Alleged Defeat Device Sales, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#8
California Pushes EPA to Tighten Limits on Climate Super Pollutants in Refrigerants, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#3
Court Can Review EPA Decision on Bristol Bay Mining Project, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#10
Biden Administration Hews Closer to California in New Greenhouse Gas Vehicle Rule, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#4
9th Circuit Orders EPA to Update Lead-Based Paint Standards, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#11
9th Circuit Issues Yet Another Order for EPA to Act on Chlorpyrifos, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#8
Feinstein Calls for More Research into DDT Dump Site Near Santa Catalina Island, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#3
California Urges Army Corps of Engineers to Reverse Clean Water Act Decisions, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#15
Biden Administration Takes First Step to Reverse Trump-Era Vehicle Tailpipe Rules, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#1
D.C. Circuit Vacates EPA Greenhouse Gas Rule Challenged by California, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#11
EPA Alleges Pesticide Violations at San Bernardino Immigrant Detention Facility, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#6
Supreme Court Limits Public Disclosure of Draft Biological Opinions, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#9
Biden Administration Aligns with California on Landfill Methane Controls, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#10
California Sues to Block Lead Drinking Water Rule Approved Under Trump, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#6
9th Circuit Upholds EPA Waiver for State's Rule Cutting Off-Road Diesel Emissions, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#8
California Court Fight with Trump Over Clean Air Act Waiver Put on Ice, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#5
California Unleashed Torrent of Lawsuits Against Trump Environmental Moves, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#4
Biden Issues Wave of Executive Actions to Push Environmental, Climate Action, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#9
California Attorney General Attacks EPA Rule on Farmworker Pesticide Protections, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#7
CARB Sets Limits on Climate Super Pollutants in Refrigerators and Air Conditioners, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#3
9th Circuit Sides with EPA on Deadlines for Landfill Emissions Plans, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#11
State Fights Exide Bankruptcy Fearing Funding Shortfall for Lead Cleanup, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#2
EPA Removes Mountain View Site from Superfund List, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#3
State Water Board Amends List of Impaired Waterbodies, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#14
In Settlements, EPA Agrees to Speed Up Action on State Implementation Plans, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#7
9th Circuit Finds Nevada County Mine Operator, not U.S., Liable for Site Cleanup, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#11
State Water Board Proposes Revisions to Coliform Drinking Water Standards, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#15
EPA, California Trade Barbs on State's Groundbreaking Zero Emission Vehicle Goal, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#1
District Court Tosses EPA Clean Water Act Decision on Redwood City Salt Ponds, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#11
CARB Reaches $285 Million Settlement With Daimler over Defeat Devices, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#8
California Sues EPA Over Rollback of Methane Controls at Oil and Gas Facilities, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#9
Government Accountability Office to Probe EPA Crackdown on San Francisco, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#10
Speculative Cleanup Costs Not Recoverable Under CERCLA, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#13
U.S. EPA Adds Orange County's North Basin Aquifer to Superfund List, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#5
EPA Reaches $56.6 Million Deal to Clean Up Groundwater at L.A. Superfund Sites, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#4
Chemistry Council Asks Supreme Court To Overrule Appellate Court Ruling Upholding DINP Listing, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#8
Ninth Circuit Lets Registration of Enlist Duo Stand Pending Further ESA Review, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#10
Becerra Sues Trump Administration Over Clean Water Act, Mercury and Coal Rules, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#3
CARB Proposes Dramatically Tighter NOx Standard for Heavy-Duty Truck Engines, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#1
State Water Board Revises Proposed Toxicity Provisions to Protect Aquatic Life, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#16
California AG Intervenes in Battle over Mercury Power Plant Emissions, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#7
Appeals Court Rules in Favor of Air District's Interpretation of Banking Application Deadline, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#11
State AGs Push EPA to Broaden Proposed Drinking Water Standard for PFAS, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#20
Ninth Circuit Invalidates Registrations of Dicamba Pesticides, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#11
California Challenges Trump Administration's Weakened Car Pollution Rule, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#5
9th Circuit Rebukes EPA Over Delayed Response to Pesticide Petition, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#8
California Attorney General Spars with EPA on COVID-19 Policy, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#4
Landowners Need EPA Approval to Pursue Superfund Cleanup, Supreme Court Rules, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#8
Attorney General Sues Trump Administration on Water, Energy Efficiency Rules, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#4
California Courts, U.S. EPA Announce New Initiatives During COVID-19 Crisis, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#3
California AG Objects to EPA's COVID-19 Enforcement Policy, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#4
Trump Administration Finalizes Weakened Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Standard, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#1
OEHHA Releases Fact Sheet on N-Methylpyrrolidone (NMP), Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#21
Environmental Agencies, Courts Respond to Coronavirus Pandemic, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#18
CARB and EPA Reach $22 Million Settlement in Small Engine Emissions Case, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#4
EPA Chief Fires Region 9 Head, Names Former PG&E Attorney as Replacement, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#10
Newsom Proposes 2020-2021 Budget, Calls for New Climate Change Loan Fund, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#7
EPA and CARB Take Next Steps in Processing Air Pollution Cleanup Plans, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#2
California Sues to Block Trump Administration Rollback of Clean Water Rule, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#8
CARB Approves Plan to Further Cut Smog in South Coast Air Basin, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#1
Ninth Circuit Gives Major Victory to Environmental Groups Under TSCA, Volume 33, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2019 Story#9
DTSC Moves Forward on Plan To Look at Suspect Food Packaging Additives, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#13
State Files Second Legal Challenge to Trump Administration Move on Car Standards, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#5
Large Group of Automakers Aligns with Trump Administration in Vehicle Emissions Fight, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#8
EPA Formally Cites San Francisco for Alleged Clean Water Act Violations, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#9
Federal Appeals Court Tosses California Challenge to EPA Clean Cars Assessment, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#12
California Chamber Launches Legal Attack on Prop. 65 Acrylamide Warnings, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#7
California Launches New Round of Legal Attacks Against Trump Administration, Volume 33, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2019 Story#6
Ag Groups and Monsanto Ask for Summary Judgment Invalidating OEHHA's Warning Requirement for Glyphosate, Volume 33, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2019 Story#13
EPA Moves to Block California's Clean Car Standards, State Sues, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#2
EPA to California: Comply with Air and Water Quality Laws or Face Consequences, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#6
D.C. Circuit Rejects Industry Challenge to Ozone Air Quality Standards, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#8
California AG Files New Round of Lawsuits Against Trump Administration, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#5
EPA Seeks to Remove Santa Clara Site from Superfund List, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#3
SCP Law Reaches Milestone With First Alternatives Analysis, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#17
U.S. EPA Rejects OEHHA's Glyphosate Listing Calling It False and Misleading, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#13
Oakland Court Orders EPA to Enforce Rule Cutting Landfill Emissions, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#10
DTSC Clarifies Obligations of Methylene Chloride Paint Remover Manufacturers After EPA TSCA Rulemaking, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#16
9th Circuit Gives EPA 90 Days to Respond to Request to Ban Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#10
Fiat-Chrysler Recalls Vehicles with Faulty Catalytic Converters, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#6
State Water Board Kickstarts Statewide Testing for PFAS in Drinking Water, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#12
CARB and EPA Reach Several Settlements Over Alleged Illegal Auto Parts Sales, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#5
9th Circuit to Reconsider Chlorpyrifos Ruling, Volume 32, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2019 Story#10
CARB Approves Plan to Cut San Joaquin Valley Particulate Matter Pollution, Volume 32, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2019 Story#1
California, Feds Reach $500 Million Settlement with Fiat-Chrysler over Car Emissions, Volume 32, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2019 Story#5
DTSC Names Methylene Chloride Strippers as an SCP Priority Product, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#19
U.S. EPA Reaches $2 Million Settlement to Investigate Clean Up of Mercury Mine, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#6
EPA Proposes Tighter Freshwater Selenium Standard for California, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#16
California Critiques Trump Proposal to Weaken Vehicle Greenhouse Gas Rule, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#2
EPA Fines Two Trucking Companies over California Truck Emissions, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#4
With Nationwide Ban in Limbo, State Recommends Limits on Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#10
University of California Agrees to Cleanup Contaminated Land at UC Davis, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#6
EPA Looks to Add Defunct Humboldt County Mine to Superfund Program, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#1
U.S. EPA Fines L.A. Dept. of Water and Power over Wetlands Filling, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#5
DTSC Considering Listing NMP-Containing Paint Strippers as Priority Product , Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#13
Trump Move to Rollback Greenhouse Gas Vehicle Rules Sparks Anger in California, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#2
Crystal Geyser Indicted on Hazardous Waste Charges, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#5
9th Circuit to EPA: Ban Chlorpyrifos, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#8
California Sues EPA Over Rollbacks to Rules on Hydrofluorocarbons and Glider Trucks, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#3
Attorney General Sues EPA Over Landfill Methane, Pesticide Safety Rules, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#7
U.S. EPA Appoints Mike Stoker New Region 9 Chief, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#11
EPA Fines East Bay Cities and Utilities over Sewer Discharges , Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#7
California Sues EPA Over Proposed Easing of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rule, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#4
District Judge Rules EPA Blew Deadlines to Respond to Civil Rights Complaints, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#12
EPA Approves State Water Board's Final List of Impaired Water Bodies, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#14
California Denounces EPA Move to Ease Greenhouse Gas Tailpipe Standards, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#2
California Sues EPA over Methane Emissions and Policy Shift on Hazardous Air Pollution, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#4
DC Circuit Nixes South Coast Air District Claim on Smog Standard, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#7
California Attorney General Sues Trump Administration Over Clean Water Rule Delay, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#3
Court Dismisses Case Over Weakened Water Quality Standards During Drought, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#16
EPA Seeks Superfund Listing for Orange County North Basin Aquifer, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#1
State Pesticide Regulators to Take New Look at Safety of Two Pyrethroid Pesticides, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#19
California District Court Rules That EPA Wrongly Dismissed TSCA Section 21 Petition, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#16
9th Circuit Directs EPA to Update Child Lead Paint Dust Standards, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#14
DTSC SCP Proposal on Methylene Chloride May Have Greater Significance After EPA Delays Its Own Rulemakings, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#18
Under Legal Pressure from California EPA Moves Ahead on Ozone Standards, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#5
EPA Moves to Replace Certain Water Quality Standards with State-Approved Standards, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#19
EPA Names Orange County Groundwater Basin a Cleanup Priority, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#3
EPA Settles with Wal-Mart and General Services Administration over Truck Rule, Volume 31, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2017 Story#5
DTSC Proposes to Designate Paint or Varnish Strippers Containing Methylene Chloride as Priority Product, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#13
State Water Board to Change Underground Storage Tank Rules to Meet Federal Standards, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#15
9th Circuit: Case over Utility's Handling of Toxic Wood Preservative Can Move Ahead, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#8
9th Circuit Upholds Sulfur Dioxide Settlement Between EPA and Environmental Groups, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#6
California AG Challenges Trump Administration Over Ozone Rule Delay, Ethics Documents, Fuel Economy Penalties, Volume 31, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2017 Story#4
Department of Pesticide Regulation Increases Scrutiny on Chlorpyrifos, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#17
Attorney General Sues Interior Department over Methane Waste Rule Delay, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#3
EPA Not Currently Reviewing California's Air Pollution Waiver Authority, Volume 31, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2017 Story#1
California Ozone Effort to Continue Despite EPA Delay, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#1
California Fights EPA Decision Allowing Continued Use of Chlorpyrifos Pesticide, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#4
9th Circuit Revokes EPA Approval of Nanosilver Pesticide, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#11
EPA May Need to Look at Neonicotinoid Effects on Endangered Species, Court Rules, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#13
9th Circuit Grants EPA Request to Delay Dispute Over California Diesel Rule, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#10
California petitions EPA to tighten locomotive emission standards, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#2
9th Circuit Rejects Water Treatment Plants' Challenge to Clean Water Act Permit, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#10

US FDA

OEHHA Extends the Comment Period on Synthetic Food Dye Study, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#12
California Study Concludes that Synthetic Food Dyes Show Clear Link to Children's ADHD, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#15
DTSC Takes First Step Towards Banning the Use of Nail Polish Ingredient, Volume 33, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2020 Story#9
Several Groups Urge OEHHA to Reject Listing Acetaminophen under Prop. 65, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#10
California Chamber Launches Legal Attack on Prop. 65 Acrylamide Warnings, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#7
Bill Would Prohibit Numerous Chemicals in Cosmetics, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#13
OEHHA Risk Assessment on Food Dyes Could Lead to Regulation, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#15
Attorney General Says That New FDA Requirements for Warnings on Cigars Generally Comply With Prop. 65 Warning Requirements, Volume 32, Issue 1 and 2 Date=7/ 1/2018 Story#12

UTILITIES

Proposed Climate Plan Update Calls for State to be Carbon Neutral by 2045, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#1
Newsom Boosts Energy and Drought Spending in Revised May Budget, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#4
State Auditor Calls for Closer Watch on Utility Wildfire Management Efforts, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#7
CPUC Adopts First-Ever Biomethane Procurement Targets for Gas Utilities, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#4
Newsom Picks New Member of Public Utilities Commission, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#9
CPUC Fines Utilities $150 Million Over Recent Wildfires, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#6
State Water Board Allows Redondo Beach Gas Plant to Operate Two More Years, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#13
Newsom Names New Head of Dept. of Pesticide Regulation, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#7
San Diego Must Revisit Greenhouse Gas Analysis of Utility Project, Court Rules, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#9
CPUC Takes Steps to Aid Building Decarbonization, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#4
CPUC Allows Aliso Canyon Facility to Increase Natural Gas Storage, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#4
Newsom Names New CPUC Chief, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#7
CARB Fines Southern California Edison Over Climate Super-Pollutant Management, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#3
Attorney General Won't Press Criminal Charges Over Woolsey Fire, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#4
Energy Commission Eyes Phaseout of Natural Gas in New Building Standards, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#3
Newsom Declares Energy Emergency, Relaxes Environmental Rules, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#7
Newsom Calls for State to Accelerate Effort to Reach Carbon Neutrality, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#3
CPUC Requires Major New Push in Transition to Zero-Carbon Energy, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#4
CPUC Claims PG&E Failing to Properly Manage Vegetation Fire Risk, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#7
CPUC Moves to Cut Energy Demand in Preparation for Summer Heat, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#5
State Can Hit 100 Percent Clean Energy Target with Major Effort, Report Shows, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#2
Newsom's Most Recent Environmental Appointments, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#7
CPUC Issues Guidelines for Renewable Energy Transmission Planning, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#3
CPUC Orders Utilities to Boost Energy Supplies to Ward Off Summer Blackout, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#4
Newsom Makes Several Water and Energy-Related Appointments, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#6
Public Utilities Commission Picks New Executive Director, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#4
Newsom Makes Appointments to CPUC, DTSC and Other Agencies, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#10
CPUC Sets Out Steps to Improve Integration of Electric Vehicles into the Grid, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#3
Southern California Edison Pleads Guilty, Pays $3.5 Million for Environmental Damage, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#5
Public Utilities Commission Adopts New Enforcement Policy, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#3
Energy Commission Reaches $2.1 Settlement with Geothermal Plant Operator, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#8
2020 Introduction to Bills Signed, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#1
2020 Energy Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#6
2020 Forestry and Fire Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#7
Energy Regulators Issue Preliminary Analysis of Recent Heat Wave Blackouts, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#4
Government Accountability Office to Probe EPA Crackdown on San Francisco, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#10
CPUC Approves Major Buildout of Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#1
Newsom, Energy Department Relax Environmental Rules in Face of Heat Wave, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#2
California Utilities Push to Build Major Public Electric Truck Charging Network, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#5
Newsom Announces Numerous Environmental Appointments, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#7
Newsom, Assembly Speaker Make Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#8
Public Utilities Commission Approves Renewable Energy Procurement Targets, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#2
Energy Commission Approves Alternative to Rooftop Solar Mandate, Volume 33, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2020 Story#3
Newsom, Assembly Speaker Announce Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#7
Governor Newsom Makes Numerous Appointments , Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#7
2019 Energy Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#7
2019 Forestry and Fire Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#9
Gov. Newsom Makes Several Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#9
Governor Signs Landmark Legislation on Utilities and Wildfires, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#12
Newsom Names New CPUC President, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#10
State Commission Issues Draft Report on Distributing Utility Wildfire Costs, Volume 32, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2019 Story#7
Report Looks at Root Causes Behind Major Aliso Canyon Gas Leak, Volume 32, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2019 Story#4

WARNINGS

OEHHA is Proposing a Voluntary Safe Harbor Warning for Glyphosate, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#12
OEHHA: Prop. 65 Warning Not Required for Sulfur Dioxide in Soy Sauce, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#14
State's Opening Brief in Glyphosate Prop. 65 Warning Appeal Will Rely on Customized Warning, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#13
Prop. 65 Will Require Additional Warnings for Internet and Catalog Sales of Alcoholic Beverages, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#10
OEHHA to Limit Use of Prop. 65 Short Form Warnings, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#13
District Court Nixes Berkeley's Cell Phone Radiation Warning Ordinance, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#9
OEHHA Retreats on Proposed Amendments to Prop. 65 Warning Regulations, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#9
Federal Judge Bans Prop. 65 Warning for Glyphosate, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#15
Business Groups Bash Latest OEHHA Proposal to Change Warning Regulation, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#12
OEHHA Proposes New Changes to Prop. 65 Warning Regulations, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#11
OEHHA Updates Business Resources for New Warning Regulations, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#14
OEHHA Makes More Changes to Warning Regulations, Volume 29, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2016 Story#14
OEHHA Continues to Face Strong Opposition To Proposed Changes in Warning Regulations, Volume 29, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2016 Story#7
Business Groups Slam OEHHA's Latest Effort to Rewrite Warning Regulations, Volume 28, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2015 Story#12

WATER

Governor Newsom Makes Several New Environmental Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#9
Proposed Water Bottling Plant's Environmental Review Nixed by State Appellate Court, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#11
State Approves New Urban Water Use Rules, Takes Other Drought Actions, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#4
State Water Board Updates Progress on Human Right to Water Goals, Volume 35, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2022 Story#5
Newsom Boosts Energy and Drought Spending in Revised May Budget, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#4
Coastal Commission Nixes Plan for Huntington Beach Desalination Plant, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#2
DTSC and Boeing Agree on Path to Cleanup of Santa Susana Field Laboratory, Volume 35, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2022 Story#3
9th Circuit Rejects Challenge to Forest Service's Issuance of Grazing Permits, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#12
DWR Seeks Input on a San Joaquin Valley Groundwater Sustainability Plan, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#14
San Diego Region Settles Cross-Border Water Pollution Suits with U.S., Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#5
Appellate Court Rejects CEQA Challenge to Kern County Groundwater Banking Project, Volume 35, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2022 Story#11
Watermaster Cannot Appeal Court Water Rights Decree Ruling, Appellate Court Holds, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#11
Newsom Makes Several New Environmental Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#8
Appellate Court Rebuffs Effort to Tighten Controls on Agricultural Runoff Pollution, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#10
State Water Board Moves to Extend Water Cuts in Delta and Russian River Watersheds, Volume 35, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2022 Story#12
Governor Calls for New Steps to Fight Drought in Executive Order, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#6
Federal Judge Approves Temporary Operation Plan for Federal and State Water Projects, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#9
Water Users Reach Tentative Deal with State Over Sacramento River Flows, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#13
OEHHA Recommends Water Monitoring Standard for a PFAS-Class Chemical, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#14
Newsom Proposes Budgeting $100 Million for Tribal Conservation Initiatives, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#7
Appellate Court Upholds EIR Over Water Delivery Pipeline, Volume 35, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2022 Story#11
Newsom Names New CalFire Chief, Energy Advisor, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#6
State Water Board Floats New Chromium-6 Drinking Water Standard, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#12
State Alerts Water Users of Possible Cuts, Announces Drought Spending Boost, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#13
California Unveils New Website on Statewide Water Conditions, Volume 35, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2022 Story#14
Introduction to 2022 Proposed Environmental Legislation, 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#1
2022 Water Quality Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#17
2022 Water Rights, Supply and Policy Proposed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2022 Story#18
State Water Board Adds New Waterbodies to its Pollution Watch List, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#10
State Water Board Proposes Updates to Public Sewer System Regulations, Volume 35, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2022 Story#11
Attorney General Reaches Plea Deal in Walnut Creek Oil Spill Case, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#3
California High Court to Review Monterey County Measure Limiting Oil and Gas Activity, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#8
State Water Board Enacts Drought Rules for Urban Outdoor Water Use, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#13
UC Study Shows Disproportionate Water Quality Problems in Communities of Color, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#11
State Water Board Adopts Groundbreaking Test Method for Microplastics, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#12
DWR Finds Slew of Groundwater Sustainability Plans Deficient, Volume 35, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2022 Story#14
Newsom Calls for Major Boost in Climate Change Spending in Budget Proposal, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#8
Newsom Picks New Member of Public Utilities Commission, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#9
Water Board's Small Domestic Water Use Permit Not Subject to CEQA, Court Rules, Volume 35, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2022 Story#11
State Releases Draft Plan for Conserving 30 Percent of Land and Waters, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#10
State Water Board Moves to Address Racial Inequity, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#16
Biden Administration Walks Back Approval for Mojave Desert Water Export Plan, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#17
Metropolitan Water District, Others Boost Efforts to Conserve Colorado River Water, Volume 35, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2022 Story#18
State Approves Some Groundwater Management Plans, Finds Others Lacking, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#12
State Water Board Allows Redondo Beach Gas Plant to Operate Two More Years, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#13
State Water Board Moves to Bar Certain Outdoor Water Uses During Drought, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#14
Newsom Names New Head of Dept. of Pesticide Regulation, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2021 Story#7
City Liable Under RCRA for Transporting Tainted Water, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#8
U.S. Sues San Diego Water Board Over Cross-Border Water Pollution Rules, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#5
Newsom Names New CPUC Chief, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#7
9th Circuit Rules Upholds EPA Variance to Montana Water Quality Standards, Volume 35, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2021 Story#9
2021 Water Quality Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#17
2021 Water Rights, Supply and Policy Signed Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#16
Introduction to 2021 Enacted Legislation for the 2021-2022 Legislative Session, Volume 35, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2021 Story#18
Biofuel Plant Employee Sentenced to Prison Over Water Pollution Violations, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#4
9th Circuit Weighs in on Clean Water Act Claims Against Corona Clay Company, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#10
Court Upholds Revised Environmental Review of Kern Water Bank, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#11
State Water Board Orders Water Cuts on Mill and Deer Creeks to Save Fish, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#14
Newsom Declares Statewide Drought, Calls for Water Use Restrictions, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#7
Newsom's Latest Environmental Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#8
9th Circuit Overturns Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation Permit, Volume 35, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2021 Story#12
California Water Districts Resolve Legal Spat Over Colorado River, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#4
Pesticide Regulator Investigating Neonicotinoid Pesticide in Groundwater, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#10
Nascent California Stormwater Authority Dissolves, Volume 35, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2021 Story#13
Water Districts Fight State Water Board's Drought Curtailment Orders, Volume 35, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2021 Story#1
Heavy Pumping in Droughts Worsens Central Valley Groundwater Quality, Study Says, Volume 35, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2021 Story#10
Newsom, Legislature Nail Down Budget Details on Water, Climate, Wildfires, Volume 35, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2021 Story#4
OEHHA Finalizes Prop. 65 Safe Harbor Rules for Three Haloacetic Acids, Volume 35, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2021 Story#9
Governor Newsom's Most Recent Environmental Appointments, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#5
9th Circuit Rejects Wastewater Treatment Plants' Challenge to EPA Test Method, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#6
State Water Board Takes Emergency Drought Action on River Flows to Protect Fish, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#11
9th Circuit Upholds Army Corps' Dredging Plan for San Francisco Bay, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#8
State Water Agencies Propose Strategies to Deal with Shrinking Groundwater Supplies, Volume 35, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2021 Story#12
Santa Ana Water Quality Control Board Names New Executive Officer , Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#16
State Water Board Officially Notifies Thousands to Stop Diverting From Delta, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#17
Los Angeles Water Board Approves New Stormwater Permit for Cities, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#15
BLM Issues Environmental Analysis of Three Solar Projects for California Desert, Volume 35, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2021 Story#4
Court Can Review EPA Decision on Bristol Bay Mining Project, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#10
State Water Board Approves Emergency Drought Rules for Delta, Takes Other Actions, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#13
OEHHA Proposes Drinking Water Goals for PFOA and PFOS, Volume 35, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2021 Story#12
Newsom, Legislature Reach Deal on Budget, DTSC Reform, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#5
State Water Board Proposes Statewide Standards for Restoration Project Permits, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#16
Appellate Court Upholds State's 1,2,3-Trichloropropane Drinking Water Standard, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#8
Newsom Expands Drought Declaration Again, Calls for Voluntary Conservation, Volume 35, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2021 Story#17
DTSC Takes Enforcement Action Against Two Metal Recycling Businesses, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#4
DWR Issues First Approvals of Sustainable Groundwater Management Plans, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#12
Regional Water Board Reaches $1.5 Million Settlement over Laguna Beach Sewage Spill, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#5
Governor Names New Member to State Water Board, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#6
Appellate Court Backs CEQA Review of Huntington Beach Desalination Plant, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#10
Citing Dry Conditions, State Puts Delta Water Users on Notice to Cut Diversions, Volume 35, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/ 1/2021 Story#13
State Seeks Water Use Limits on Russian, Scott Rivers Due to Drought, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#14
9th Circuit Again Reinstates Navajo Nation Case over Colorado River Water, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#6
Court Imposes $2 Million Penalty on Humboldt County Company Over Water Pollution, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#7
California Urges Army Corps of Engineers to Reverse Clean Water Act Decisions, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#15
Legislative Analyst's Office Urges State to Heed Lessons from Last Drought, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#16
State Water Board Proposes New Rules for Construction Stormwater Runoff, Volume 34, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2021 Story#13
State Water Board Orders Nestle to Cut Back Mountain Creek Diversions, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#6
Newsom Majorly Expands Drought Emergency Declaration, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#7
Federal Jury Convicts Ship Employee in San Francisco Bay Pollution Case, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#4
Appellate Court Again Upholds Antelope Valley Groundwater Settlement, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#10
OEHHA Sets Notification Levels for Four Cyanotoxins in Drinking Water, Volume 34, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2021 Story#12
100 Percent Renewable Energy by 2045 Possible in L.A., Federal Energy Study Finds, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#5
Grand Jury Indicts Orange County Wastewater Treatment Company, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#8
New Attorney General to Bolster Environmental Justice Bureau, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#9
State Water Board Issues First Needs Assessment to Fulfill Human Right to Water Mandate, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#17
Resources Agency Seeks Input on Land and Water Conservation Goal, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#3
Central Coast Water Board Adopts New Agricultural Runoff Rules, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#16
State Water Board Proposes Draft Criteria for Direct Potable Reuse Projects, Volume 34, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2021 Story#18
Central Valley Water Board Reaches $2.5 Million Settlement with State Prison, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#7
State Water Board Seeks Data on PFAS at Refineries and Fuel Storage Terminals, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#12
Newsom Declares Drought Emergency in Russian River Watershed, Volume 34, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2021 Story#13
Newsom's Most Recent Environmental Appointments, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#7
9th Circuit Tosses Guilty Verdict in Clean Water Act Case, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#9
Appellate Court Revives Enforcement Orders Against San Francisco Bay Property Owner, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#8
State Signals Reduced Water Availability in Aftermath of Dry Winter, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#13
State Issues Updated Report on Groundwater in California, Volume 34, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2021 Story#14
Introduction to 2021 Proposed Environmental Legislation for 2021-2022 Session, Volume 34, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2021 Story#1
California Sues to Block Lead Drinking Water Rule Approved Under Trump, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#6
9th Circuit Allows Trump Era Suit Against State Water Board to Proceed in Federal Court, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#9
Appellate Court Reject Cities' Challenge to L.A. Stormwater Permit, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#10
State Water Board Proposes Statewide Rule for Vegetation Treatment Projects, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#11
Food Safety Panel Clears Path for Oil Field Produced Water Use on Crops, Volume 34, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2021 Story#12
State Must Foot Bill For Trash Bin Mandate in L.A. Stormwater Permits, Court Rules, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#9
Appellate Court Backs San Francisco Water Board Wetland Mitigation Order, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#10
State Water Board Asks OEHHA to Consider Cyanotoxin Drinking Water Risks, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#14
State Water Board Tackles Water Rights and Climate Change in Report, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#15
OEHHA Releases Latest Version of EnviroScreen EJ Screening Tool, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#12
9th Circuit Leaves Opening for Possible Public Trust Protections for Walker Lake, Volume 34, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2021 Story#11
Dept. of Justice Settles Wetlands Disturbance Case in Tehama County, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#4
Central Valley Water Board Mishandled Permit Enforcement, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#7
Superior Court Invalidates New Wetlands Rule, State Water Board Pushes Back, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#8
SWB Proposes Water Monitoring Standards for PFBS, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#12
Newsom Makes Several Water and Energy-Related Appointments, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#6
State Water Board Approves First Statewide Rule Governing Winery Wastewater, Volume 34, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2021 Story#13
Biden Issues Wave of Executive Actions to Push Environmental, Climate Action, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#9
Appellate Court Upholds Antelope Valley Groundwater Pumping Plan, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#8
DTSC Says it Will Ask Tire Makers to Consider Removing Zinc, Volume 34, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2021 Story#10
OEHHA Releases Draft RELs for Trivalent Chromium, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#17
California Challenges Trump Administration Dishwasher Energy Efficiency Rule, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#9
Lahontan Regional Water Board Names New Executive Officer, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#16
North Coast Water Board Fines Sonoma County Developer $6.4 Million, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#6
Federal Spending Bill Boosts Funding for California Water Projects, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#12
State Water Board Finalizes New Toxicity Rules, Volume 34, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2021 Story#15
Southern California Edison Pleads Guilty, Pays $3.5 Million for Environmental Damage, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#5
Water Board, PG&E Reach Proposed Settlement over Diablo Canyon Discharges, Volume 34, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2020 Story#6
Bi-State Deal Shores Up Klamath River Dam Removal Pact, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#12
Groups Challenge State Effort to Finance Delta Tunnel Project, Volume 34, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2020 Story#5
City of Mount Shasta Settles with Water Board over Sewage Spills, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#6
State Water Board Amends List of Impaired Waterbodies, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#14
Santa Ana Water Board Fines Garden Grove Facility $1.1 Million, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#8
Newsom Makes Environmental Appointments Including Several To Water Boards, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#9
State Water Board Proposes Revisions to Coliform Drinking Water Standards, Volume 34, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2020 Story#15
2020 Water Quality Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 34, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2020 Story#14
State Water Board Challenges FERC Stance Limiting Water Quality Orders on Dams, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#5
Newsom Pledges to Conserve 30 Percent of State's Land and Water by 2030, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#3
Governor Newsom Makes New Environmental Appointments, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#8
District Court Tosses EPA Clean Water Act Decision on Redwood City Salt Ponds, Volume 34, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2020 Story#11
Government Accountability Office to Probe EPA Crackdown on San Francisco, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#10
Some Discretion in Project Approval Triggers CEQA, California Supreme Court Rules, Volume 34, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2020 Story#12
State Water Board Extends Deadline for Four Power Plants to End Once-Through Cooling, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#12
Delta Water Agencies Sue to Block State from Drilling Soils for Proposed Tunnel, Volume 34, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2020 Story#5
State Water Board Settles Suit, Agrees to Boost Public Trust Analysis in Delta Decisions, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#6
Trump Administration Nudges Shasta Dam Raise Project Forward, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#20
Owner of Crystal Geyser Fined $5 Million over Hazardous Waste Violations, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#10
State Water Board Ordered to Assess if L.A.-Area Wastewater Plants are Wasteful, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#14
Appellate Court Ruling Favors Imperial Irrigation District Over Farmer, Volume 34, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2020 Story#15
Central Coast Water Board Reaches $1.2 Settlement with Monterey Mushrooms Inc., Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#4
Gov. Newsom Makes New Environmental Appointments, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#5
Newsom Administration Issues Final Water Resilience Portfolio, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#14
Becerra Sues Trump Administration Over Clean Water Act, Mercury and Coal Rules, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#3
OEHHA Finalizes Drinking Water Guideline for Pesticide DBCP, Volume 34, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2020 Story#13
Court Rejects Request to Block Federal Shasta Dam Management Plan, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#11
Appellate Court Upholds State's Power to Protect Fish, Curtail Water Use in Drought, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#12
State Water Board Proposes Even Tighter Monitoring Standard for Perchlorate, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#15
State Water Board Revises Proposed Toxicity Provisions to Protect Aquatic Life, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#16
State Water Board Orders Sewage Treatment Plants to Test for PFAS, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#17
Governor, Legislature Enact $202 Billion Budget for 2020-2021, Volume 34, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2020 Story#9
State Water Board Adopts Definition for Microplastics in Drinking Water, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#19
Newsom Announces Numerous Environmental Appointments, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#7
State AGs Push EPA to Broaden Proposed Drinking Water Standard for PFAS, Volume 34, Issues 1 & 2 Date=7/15/2020 Story#20
Appellate Court Opines on Delta Riparian Water Rights Dispute, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#10
OEHHA Alters Proposed Update to Drinking Water Goal for Pesticide DBCP, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#13
State Inches Toward Lifting Suction Dredge Mining Moratorium, Volume 33, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2020 Story#14
Newsom Makes Several Environmental Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#7
Bureau of Reclamation Advances Several Water Projects to Aid Central Valley, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#11
Faced with Recession, Newsom Drops Climate Spending in Revised Budget, Volume 33, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2020 Story#6
State Water Board Fines Laboratory for Alleged Misrepresentations, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#6
Supreme Court Curbs 9th Circuit Ruling on Clean Water Act Permits, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#7
Attorney General Sues Trump Administration on Water, Energy Efficiency Rules, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#4
San Francisco Water Board Reaches Deal with Mushroom Farm, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#5
State Water Board Greenlights Klamath River Dam Removals, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#11
Urban Water Suppliers Now Permanently Required to Report Monthly Water Use, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#12
Reclamation Finalizes Long-Term Water Transfer Rule, Volume 33, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2020 Story#13
State Eases CEQA Notification Rules, Makes Other Moves in Face of COVID-19, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#2
Water Regulators Slap Victorville with $1.5 Million Fine Over Sewage Spill, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#4
OEHHA to Develop Public Health Goals for 1,4-Dioxane and NDMA, Volume 33, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2020 Story#15
State Finalizes Permit for Fish Protections Related to Delta Water Shipments, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#5
State Water Board Floats First-Ever Definition of Microplastics in Drinking Water, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#11
Newsom, Assembly Speaker Make Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2020 Story#8
Environmental Agencies, Courts Respond to Coronavirus Pandemic, Volume 33, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2020 Story#18
State Water Board Considers Tighter Perchlorate Monitoring for Drinking Water, Volume 33, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2020 Story#11
Carbon Neutrality by 2045 is Within California's Reach, Study Says, Volume 33, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2020 Story#1
State Sues Trump Administration Over Plan to Boost Delta Water Shipments, Volume 33, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2020 Story#3
9th Circuit Orders Second Retrial of Pomona Perchlorate Contamination Case, Volume 33, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2020 Story#7
State Reviewing Sustainability Plans for the Most Overtaxed Groundwater Basins, Volume 33, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2020 Story#10
Newsom, Assembly Speaker Announce Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#7
OEHHA Moves Forward On Goals Related to Drinking Water Disinfectants, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#13
State Sets More Stringent Drinking Water Guidelines For PFOA and PFAS, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#14
Newsom Launches Environmental Review of New Delta Tunnel Plan, Volume 33, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2020 Story#1
Central Coast Water Board Appoints New Executive Officer, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#14
San Diego Water Board Lodges $9 Million Complaint Against Builder, Volume 33, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2020 Story#5
California Sues to Block Trump Administration Rollback of Clean Water Rule, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#8
Mushroom Farm to Pay $2.2 Million Over Alleged Water Quality Violations, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#10
NRDC Sues California Cities and Counties over Landscape Water Efficiency Rules, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#11
State Completes List of Groundwater Basins in Need of Sustainability Plans, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#19
Newsom Administration Releases Draft Water Resilience Portfolio, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#20
Appellate Court Crafts Test for Landlord Liability for Water Pollution Cleanup, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#14
L.A. Water Board's Cleanup Order to Tesoro is Valid, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 33, Issues 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2020 Story#15
Westlands Settles Lawsuits, Agrees to Halt Funding for Raising Shasta Dam, Volume 33, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2019 Story#2
State Water Board Eases Permit Process for Groundwater Recharge, Volume 33, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2019 Story#15
Newsom Makes Appointments and Reappoints Many to Regional Water Boards, Volume 33, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2019 Story#8
State Water Board Sets Priorities for Improving Ocean Water Quality, Volume 33, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2019 Story#14
State Issues Plan to Manage Delta Water Exports, Pledges to Sue Trump Administration, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#2
State Water Board Floats Revisions to Rules on Composting Operations, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#14
State Water Board Approves Major Plan to Address Central Valley Nitrate, Salt Problems, Volume 33, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2019 Story#15
Federal Wildlife Agencies Greenlight Plans to Boost Delta Water Deliveries, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#5
EPA Formally Cites San Francisco for Alleged Clean Water Act Violations, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#9
State Water Board Announces Initial Test Results for PFAS in Drinking Water, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#18
Appellate Court Clarifies Liability of Parent Corporation for Remediation of Mining Waste, Volume 33, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2019 Story#13
2019 Introduction to Bills Signed, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#1
2019 Coastal Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#5
2019 Water Quality Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#17
2019 Water Rights, Policy And Supply Signed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 33, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2019 Story#18
California Launches New Round of Legal Attacks Against Trump Administration, Volume 33, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2019 Story#6
EPA to California: Comply with Air and Water Quality Laws or Face Consequences, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#6
Case Over Central Valley Irrigation Runoff Can Proceed, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#5
State Water Board Taps Alan Lilly as Inaugural Chief of Administrative Hearings Office, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#11
State Appellate Court Rejects Environmental Challenge to Oroville Dam Relicensing, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#7
State Calls for More Water Flow from Cachuma Reservoir to Aid Steelhead Trout, Volume 33, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2019 Story#12
State Water Board Takes Next Step to Regulating PFOA and PFOS, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#12
Energy Commission Adopts Rule to Bring Major Cuts to Sprinkler Water and Energy Use, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#13
OEHHA Issues Draft Data Tool on Human Right to Water, Volume 33, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2019 Story#14
Mendocino Vineyard Settles with Environmental Regulators for $3.7 Million, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#6
Gov. Newsom Makes Several Appointments, Volume 33, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2019 Story#9
State Weighs in on Alternative Plans to Sustainably Manage Groundwater, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#16
State Approves Updated Action Plan to Address Water Management, Volume 33, Issues 3 & 4 Date=8/15/2019 Story#17
Federal Court Tosses Trump Administration Bid to Help Desert Water Export Plan, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#11
Newsom Signs $214.8 Billion Budget, Ups Spending on Clean Water Projects, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#9
Trump Administration Issues Draft Review of Plan to Boost Delta Water Shipments, Volume 33, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2019 Story#16
Newsom Makes Environmental Appointments and Reappointments, Volume 33, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2019 Story#7
San Diego Gas & Electric Must Follow Bay Cleanup Order, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 33, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2019 Story#9
Gravel Mine Company Ordered to Pay $675,000 by Central Valley Water Board, Volume 33, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2019 Story#5
State Seeks Input in Developing New Water Resilience Plan, Volume 33, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2019 Story#11
Central Valley Water Board Orders Company to Address Oil Wastewater Pollution, Volume 32, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2019 Story#6
Newsom Orders New Approach to State Water Policy, Kills Delta WaterFix, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#9
District Court Limits Tribe’s Claim to Coachella Valley Groundwater, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#12
State Issues Draft List of Groundwater Basins Needing to Curtail Pumping, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#15
Agricultural Districts, San Francisco Sue over New State Wetland Regulations, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#8
Newsom Proposes Revised Budget, Boosts Environmental Spending, Volume 32, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2019 Story#10
Imperial Irrigation District Sues Metropolitan Water District over Colorado River Pact, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#4
Los Angeles Water Board Hires New Executive Officer, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#17
State Breaks with Trump Administration over Delta Pumping Permits, Volume 32, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2019 Story#18
Trump Administration Sues State Water Board Over Delta Water Flows, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#4
OEHHA Proposes Updated Public Health Goal for Pesticide DBCP, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#19
Newsom Releases Details of Drinking Water Funding Plan, Other Budget Trailer Bills, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#9
Newsom Makes More Environmental Appointments, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#10
Proposed Bill Aims to Tackle Ocean Acidification, Fish Health and Water Quality, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#14
State Water Board Approves New Statewide Wetlands Regulations, Volume 32, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2019 Story#20
San Francisco Bay Water Board Orders CalTrans to Address Trash Problem, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#2
Man Sentenced to 30 Months in Prison for Clean Water Act Violations, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#3
U.S. Supreme Court to Take on 9th Circuit Clean Water Act Decision, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#7
State Water Board Kickstarts Statewide Testing for PFAS in Drinking Water, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#12
Natural Resources Agency Issues New Details on Bay-Delta Water Agreements, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#13
Los Angeles Commits to Recycling 100 Percent of Wastewater by 2035, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#14
State Water Board Reaches Settlements Over Underground Storage Tank Operations, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#4
California, Six Other States, Agree to Voluntary Cuts of Colorado River Water Use, Volume 32, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2019 Story#15
2019 Water Quality Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#18
2019 Water Rights, Policy and Supply Proposed Legislation for 2019-2020 Session, Volume 32, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2019 Story#19
Trump Administration Assesses Fish Impacts of Increasing Delta Water Deliveries, Volume 32, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2019 Story#2
Newsom Names New Chair and New Member of State Water Board, Volume 32, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2019 Story#7
Newsom Disavows Delta Tunnels Plan, Sets Out Environmental Priorities in Speech, Volume 32, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2019 Story#6
State Water Board, Central Valley Farmers Reach Deal to Provide Clean Drinking Water, Volume 32, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2019 Story#7
DWR Issues Report on Subsidence in Sacramento Valley from Groundwater Pumping, Volume 32, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2019 Story#14
State Water Boards Reaches Multiple Settlements Over Alleged UST Violations, Volume 32, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2019 Story#5
State Water Board Faces Lawsuits Over Plan to Cut San Joaquin River Diversions, Volume 32, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2019 Story#6
State Issues Final List of Most Basins Required to Control Groundwater Pumping, Volume 32, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2019 Story#12
OEHHA Creates Framework to Track Progress on Human Right to Water, Volume 32, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2019 Story#11
Brown Administration Signs Agreements with Trump Administration over Bay Delta, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#1
Santa Clara County DA Sues Mushroom Farm for Alleged Water Pollution, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#5
San Francisco Regional Water Board Appoints New Executive Officer, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#8
State Issues Draft Update of California Water Plan, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#9
State Water Board Issues New Amendments to Proposed Wetland Rules, Volume 32, Issue 13 & 14 Date=1/15/2019 Story#14
Brown Administration Faces Setback in Approval for WaterFix Project, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#1
State Water Board Approves Cuts to San Joaquin River Water Use to Aid Imperiled Fish, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#17
Governor Brown Makes Appointments to State and Regional Water Boards, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#7
California Supreme Court to Weigh if CEQA Applies to Groundwater Drilling Permits, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#10
EPA Proposes Tighter Freshwater Selenium Standard for California, Volume 32, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2018 Story#16
Appellate Court Rules Central Coast Agricultural Runoff Rule Invalid, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#7
State Water Board Proposes Statewide Toxicity Rules to Protect Aquatic Life, Volume 32, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2018 Story#14
State Not on Hook for Local Water Service Improvement Costs, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#15
Voters Reject Water Bond, Uphold Gas Tax in General Election, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#3
Trump Signs Memorandum on Western Water Delivery Projects, Volume 32, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2018 Story#20
2018 Introduction to Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#1
2018 Climate Change Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#5
2018 Hazardous Waste and Materials Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#10
2018 Water Quality Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#16
2018 Water Rights, Policy and Supply Signed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 32, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2018 Story#17
State Water Board Releases Updates to Cannabis Policy, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#17
OEHHA Floats Drinking Water Goals for Four Trihalomethanes, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#16
State Water Board Considers New Changes to Industrial Stormwater Permit, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#15
U.S. Justice Dept. Settles Clean Water Act Wetlands Case for $5.3 million, Volume 32, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2018 Story#3
Groundwater Linked to Rivers Falls Under Public Trust Doctrine, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#6
San Diego Water Board Sues Federal Government Over Tijuana River Pollution, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#4
U.S. EPA Fines L.A. Dept. of Water and Power over Wetlands Filling, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#5
CPUC Approves New Desalination Plant for Monterey County, Volume 32, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2018 Story#13
Reports Cite Challenges on Water Quality Science and Restoration in Bay-Delta, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#3
OEHHA Sets More Stringent Public Health Goals for Cis- and Trans-1,2-dichloroethylene, Volume 32, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2018 Story#14
CEQA Review Not Necessary for Groundwater Well Permits, Appellate Court Rules , Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#10
State Water Board Approves Final Recreational Water Quality Objectives, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#15
Colorado River Regional Water Board Names New Executive Officer, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#17
State Water Board Puts Off Decision on San Joaquin River Flows, Volume 32, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2018 Story#16
Brown Administration Releases Additional Environmental Review of WaterFix Project, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#1
State Water Board Takes Steps to Improve Data Access and Transparency, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#15
State Issues Drinking Water Guidelines for PFOA and PFOS, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#14
California Water Commission Awards $2.7 Billion for Water Storage Projects, Volume 32, Issue 4 Date=8/15/2018 Story#16
State Water Board Advances Plan to Cut Water Use in Rivers Feeding Bay-Delta, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#16
Forest Service Grants Nestle New Permit to Bottle Water from Mountain Creek, Volume 32, Issue 3 Date=8/ 1/2018 Story#17
9th Circuit Revives Walker River Water Rights Dispute, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#9
Governor Signs Bills Setting Long-Term Water Efficiency Standards, Volume 31, Issue 24 Date=6/15/2018 Story#13
State Water Board Pulls Operating Licenses for Two Drinking Water Operators, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#5
California High Court Upholds State Water Board Waste Discharge Fees, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#9
OEHHA to Keep Existing Nitrate and Nitrite Public Health Goal in Place, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#14
State Creates New Joint Powers Authority to Manage Delta WaterFix Project , Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#15
State Issues Proposed Update to List of Groundwater Basins Subject to Regulation, Volume 31, Issue 23 Date=6/ 1/2018 Story#16
EPA Fines East Bay Cities and Utilities over Sewer Discharges , Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#7
9th Circuit Upholds Clean Water Act Permit for Newhall Ranch Project, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#8
State Water Board Issues Report on Monitoring Chemicals in Recycled Water, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#14
State Water Board Issues Proposed Updates to its Recycled Water Policy, Volume 31, Issue 22 Date=5/15/2018 Story#13
State Water Board Issues Framework for Regulating Recycled Water, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#15
L.A. Regional Water Board Reaches $2.26 Million Settlement with City of Los Angeles, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#4
EPA Approves State Water Board's Final List of Impaired Water Bodies, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#14
Oyster Hatchery Must Get Clean Water Act Permit, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#7
North Coast Water Board Fines CalTrans $2 Million Over Willits Bypass Project, Volume 31, Issue 21 Date=5/ 1/2018 Story#2
Appellate Court Expands Legal Dispute over Ventura River Water Diversions, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#9
Central Valley Water Board Issues Plan to Address Salt and Nitrate Pollution, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#12
State Water Board Forms New California Stormwater Authority, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#13
U.S. Attorney's Office Files Criminal Charges against Stockton Biofuel Plant, Volume 31, Issue 20 Date=4/15/2018 Story#5
State Water Board Exceeded its Authority in Drought Curtailment Orders, Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#8
Attorney General Files Criminal Charges Against Panoche Water District Employees, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#3
Governor Floats Budget Trailer Bills to Create New Fees for Water and Mobile Emissions, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#5
Los Angeles Regional Water Board Appoints New Executive Officer, Volume 31, Issue 19 Date=4/ 1/2018 Story#19
2018 Water Quality Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#17
2018 Water Rights, Policy and Supply Proposed Legislation for 2017-2018 Session, Volume 31, Issue 18 Date=3/15/2018 Story#18
OEHHA Seeks Comments on Latest Version of Nitrate/Nitrite Drinking Water PHG, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#16
California Attorney General Sues Trump Administration Over Clean Water Rule Delay, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#3
State Water Board Approves New Water Quality Rules for Agricultural Zones, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#15
Wastewater Indirectly Flowing into Pacific Ocean Falls under Clean Water Act, 9th Circuit Rules, Volume 31, Issue 17 Date=3/ 1/2018 Story#7
Brown Administration Scales Back Delta Tunnels Project until Money Comes Through, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#19
Resources Agency Recommends Designating Parts of Mokelumne River as Wild and Scenic, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#21
Governor Brown Makes Several Environmental Appointments , Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#7
State Water Board Amends Proposed Rules Limiting Water Waste, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#20
Superior Court Rules Bay Area Water Agencies Vindictively Prosecuted Island Owners, Volume 31, Issue 16 Date=2/15/2018 Story#14
State Must Pay to Implement New Stormwater Rules in San Diego, Appellate Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#15
Court Dismisses Case Over Weakened Water Quality Standards During Drought, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#16
Ventura County's Classification of Hazardous Waste is Protected Speech, Court Rules, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#14
State Water Board Directs Nestle to Cut Water Use in San Bernardino National Forest, Volume 31, Issue 15 Date=2/ 1/2018 Story#3
State Water Board Moves to Amend Industrial Stormwater Permit, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#20
Brown Names New Chief at Department of Water Resources, Makes Other Appointments, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#10
Trump Administration Seeks to Maximize Delta Water Exports, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#21
9th Circuit Allows Navajo Nation Claim over Colorado River Water Rights to Proceed, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#11
EPA Moves to Replace Certain Water Quality Standards with State-Approved Standards, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#19
EPA Names Orange County Groundwater Basin a Cleanup Priority, Volume 31, Issue 13 and 14 Date=1/ 1/2018 Story#3
State Water Board Settles Underground Storage Tank Case with Travel Centers of America, Volume 31, Issue 12 Date=12/15/2017 Story#6
State Water Board to Change Underground Storage Tank Rules to Meet Federal Standards, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#15
Santa Ana Regional Water Board Settles Stormwater Case with CalTrans, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#6
Brown Makes Several Appointments to Regional Water Boards, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#7
North Coast Regional Water Board May Ease Rules to Speed Wildfire Cleanup, Volume 31, Issue 11 Date=12/ 1/2017 Story#14
State Water Board Floats Permanent Water Waste Regulations, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#14
Regional Water Board Fines East Bay Municipal Utility District Over Spills, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#3
Delta Stewardship Council Issues Environmental Review of Proposed Delta Plan Changes, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#15
State Appellate Court Upholds State Water Board Streamflow Policy, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#7
State Water Board Proposes Changes to Sediment Pollution Rules, Volume 31, Issue 10 Date=11/15/2017 Story#13
Brown Signs Bill Making Changes SWB Enforcement Powers, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#14
Governor Signs Bills Addressing Over Pumping and Sustainability of Groundwater and Drinking Water Supplies, Volume 31, Issue 9 Date=11/ 1/2017 Story#15
State Water Board Seeks Input on Rules Governing Water Use on Sacramento River, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#13
Federal Court Rules Against Klamath River Farmers in Takings Case, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#9
State Water Board Proposes Changes to Regulation of Central Valley Farms, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#12
Central Valley Water Board Reaches $754,000 Settlement with Ski Resort, Volume 31, Issue 8 Date=10/15/2017 Story#4
Delta Tunnels Fate Less Certain as Westlands Bows out of Financing, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#11
Central Valley Water Board Reaches Tentative Settlement Over Oil Wastewater Violations, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#3
State Appellate Court Rejects Challenge to Planned Shopping Center Over Water Issues, Volume 31, Issue 7 Date=10/ 1/2017 Story#8
State Water Board Proposes Added Oversight to Salton Sea Management Plan, Volume 31, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2017 Story#10
9th Circuit Orders New Trial for City of Pomona in Perchlorate Contamination Suit, Volume 31, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2017 Story#7
State Water Board Proposes General Permit for Natural Gas Pipeline Testing, Volume 31, Issue 6 Date=9/15/2017 Story#13
Duarte Nursery Settles With Federal Prosecutors Over Wetland Dredging, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#7
State Water Board Rescinds Chromium-6 Drinking Water Standard, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#19
Lawsuits over California WaterFix Environmental Review Pile Up, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#6
State Water Board Proposes Changes to its Supplemental Environmental Project Policy, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#22
Appellate Court Allows Orange County Water District to Pursue Contamination Claims, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#11
State Water Board Revises Proposed Wetlands Policy, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#20
State Water Board Proposes Rules for Adding Recycled Water to Surface Reservoirs, Volume 31, Issue 5 Date=9/ 1/2017 Story#21
State Water Board Issues Draft Proposal to Regulate Cannabis Industry, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#15
State Water Board Sets First Ever Drinking Water Limit for 1,2,3-Trichloropropane, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#14
State Appellate Court Rejects Challenge to San Diego Fireworks Displays, Volume 31, Issue 3 & 4 Date=8/ 1/2017 Story#10
State Water Board Proposes Changes to Small Municipal Stormwater Permits, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#12
State Water Board Proposes Tighter Bacterial Standards for Recreational Water Use, Volume 31, Issue 2 Date=7/15/2017 Story#11
State Water Board Releases Initial List of Impaired Water Bodies Under the Clean Water Act, Volume 31, Issue 1 Date=7/ 1/2017 Story#14
Appellate Court Largely Dismisses Orange County Groundwater Pollution Case, Volume 30, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2017 Story#8
Los Angeles Water Board Settles Case Against U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#6
Central Valley Water Board Considers New Rules for Confined Cattle Facilities, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#19
Governor Issues $124 Billion Revised State Budget for 2017-2018, Volume 30, Issue 24 Date=6/ 1/2017 Story#7
Central Valley Water Regulators Finalize Rules for Oil Industry Wastewater Disposal , Volume 30, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2017 Story#14
San Diego and regional water board reach $3.2 million deal over sediment pollution, Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#6
Environmental group settles water pollution claim against California Resources Corp. , Volume 30, Issue 22 Date=5/ 1/2017 Story#7
Water Regulators Reach Deal to Replace Nitrate-Contaminated Water in Salinas Valley, Volume 30, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2017 Story#10
Gov. Brown lifts drought emergency in most of the state, speeds Oroville Dam repairs, Volume 30, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2017 Story#11
California Water Commission announces new executive officer, Volume 30, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2017 Story#12
State Proposes Its First Drinking Water Standard for the Carcinogen 123-TCP, Volume 30, Issue 20 Date=4/ 1/2017 Story#6
Stormwater 2017 Bills, Volume 30, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2017 Story#24
Drinking Water 2017 Bills, Volume 30, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2017 Story#25
Conservation 2017 Bills, Volume 30, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2017 Story#26
Groundwater 2017 Bills, Volume 30, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2017 Story#27
Desalination 2017 Bills, Volume 30, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2017 Story#28
Rivers and Streams 2017 Bills, Volume 30, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2017 Story#29
Miscellaneous Water Rights 2017 Bills, Volume 30, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2017 Story#30
Obama administration sets deadlines to review Bay-Delta twin tunnel project, Volume 30, Issues 14 & 15 Date=1/15/2017 Story#19
State water regulators propose new mercury limits and protections for tribal and fishing water uses, Volume 30, Issues 14 & 15 Date=1/15/2017 Story#18
State Agencies Propose Sweeping Set of Long-Term Policies to Curb Water Use, Volume 30, Issue 13 Date=12/15/2016 Story#9
OEHHA to Review Public Health Goals for Four Chemicals, Volume 30, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2016 Story#7
In Release of Initial Science Report, California Takes First Step to Potentially Boost Flows in Sacramento River, Volume 30, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2016 Story#8
Legislative Update - Water Quality, Volume 30, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2016 Story#20
Legislative Update - Water Policy, Volume 30, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2016 Story#21
Legislative Update - Water Supply, Volume 30, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2016 Story#22
Legislative Update - Groundwater, Volume 30, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2016 Story#23
U.S. EPA to Oversee Investigation of Orange County Groundwater Contamination, Volume 30, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2016 Story#9
State Water Resources Control Board Proposes Dramatic Increase in San Joaquin River Flows, Volume 30, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2016 Story#1
State Water Resources Control Board Issues Report on Recycling Wastewater for Drinking Water, Volume 30, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2016 Story#4
State Water Resources Control Board proposes changes to Water Quality Enforcement Policy, Volume 30, Issue 5-6 Date=8/31/2016 Story#6
Most water suppliers will not face mandatory cuts under new water conservation rule, say state water, Volume 30, Issue 5-6 Date=8/31/2016 Story#7
Water districts sue U.S. Bureau of Reclamation claiming it failed to look at harm of water cutbacks , Volume 30, Issue 3 Date=6/16/2016 Story#7
Stricter environmental oversight of medical marijuana included in new state budget, Volume 30, Issue 3 Date=6/16/2016 Story#6
SWRCB planning to set limit on chemical 123-TCP in drinking water, Volume 30, Issue 3 Date=6/16/2016 Story#8
U.S. EPA Aims to Reduce Selenium in the San Francisco Bay and Delta, Volume 30, Issue 3 Date=6/16/2016 Story#9
State Water Regulators Aim to Clarify Dredge and Fill Policies and Protect Wetlands, Volume 30, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2016 Story#11
State Board Dismisses Enforcement Actions Alleging Two Irrigation Districts Flouted Orders to Curtail Water Diversions, Volume 29, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2016 Story#1
Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board Releases Blueprint for Managing Salt and Nitrate, Volume 29, Issue 25 Date=6/15/2016 Story#2
State Board Likely to Dismiss Much Heralded Enforcement Action Alleging Two Water Districts Took Too, Volume 29, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2016 Story#4
State Board Begins Work on Development of Performance Measures for Composting Operations, Volume 29, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2016 Story#10
State Board Seeks Comments on Drinking Water Fee Regulations, Volume 29, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2016 Story#11
State Will Provide More Flexibility in Short-Term Water Restrictions Along With Establishing Long Term Goals, Volume 29, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2016 Story#3
S.F. Regional Board Will Adopt New Order Regulating CAFs, Volume 29, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2016 Story#11
State Board Workshop to Set Groundwork for Easing of Conservation Rules, Volume 29, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2016 Story#12
State Board Issues First Water Supplier Consolidation Order Under New Law, Volume 29, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2016 Story#13
New EO For Central Coast Region, Volume 29, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2016 Story#14
L.A. and S.F. Regions Will Consider TMDL Permit Requirements for Industrial Permit, Volume 29, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2016 Story#11
DWR Releases Draft Regulations For Sustainable Management of Groundwater Basins, Volume 29, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2016 Story#7
Senator Feinstein Introduces Compromise Water Legislation, Volume 29, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2016 Story#8
State Board Releases Draft Guidelines for Grants for Groundwater Projects, Volume 29, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2016 Story#14
Regional Boards Begin Process Leading to Incorporation of TMDL Requirements Into Industrial Storm Wa, Volume 29, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2016 Story#15
State Board Draft Order Would Make Major Changes to Agricultural Orders, Volume 29, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2016 Story#1
Expert Panel on Use of Oil Field Wastewater for Irrigation of Food Crops Has First Meeting, Volume 29, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2016 Story#2
State Board's Revised Conservation Policy Fails to Satisfy Water Suppliers, Volume 29, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2016 Story#2
State Board Adopts Measurement and Reporting Requirements for Diverters, Volume 29, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2016 Story#3
State Board Adopts Plan to Optimize Value of Storm Water as Resource, Volume 29, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2016 Story#4
State Board Will Issue New General Order Covering Use of Recycled Wastewater, Volume 29, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2016 Story#5
State Board Considers Directing Staff to Develop New Protections for Tribal Uses of Water and Subsis, Volume 29, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2016 Story#6
State Board Will Recognize Human Right to Water As Core Value, Volume 29, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2016 Story#7
S.F. Bay Regional Board to Adopt Beach TMDL, Volume 29, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2016 Story#8
S.F. Bay Region Will Meet to Finalize Triennial Review List, Volume 29, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2015 Story#12
Brown Issues New Executive Order to Combat Drought, Volume 29, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2015 Story#11
S.F. Bay Region Set to Adopt New Regional MS4 Permit, Volume 29, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2015 Story#3
Critics Slam Westlands-U.S. Settlement as a Sweetheart Deal, Volume 29, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2015 Story#9
State Board Will Consider Two Guidance Documents for Dispensing $200 Million for Storm Water Managem, Volume 29, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2015 Story#2
Farmers' Group Says that 95% of California May Be Subject to EPA's New Permitting Rule, Volume 29, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2015 Story#4
North Coast TMDL for Russian River Bacteria Will Concentrate on Septic Systems, Volume 29, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2015 Story#5
Lahontan Region Begins Triennial Review, Volume 29, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2015 Story#6
DWR Releases Initial List of Critically Overdrafted Groundwater Basins, Volume 29, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2015 Story#3
Board Will Not Consider Statewide Rule Governing Livestock Grazing, Volume 29, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2015 Story#6
OEHHA Proposes Updates for Five Pesticide PHGs, Volume 29, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2015 Story#7
State Board Releases List of Projects to Improve Efficiency of State Storm Water Program, Volume 29, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2015 Story#2
Judge Overturns Central Coast Agricultural Waiver, Volume 29, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2015 Story#3
Brown Administration Proposes Legislation to Govern Groundwater Basin Adjudications, Volume 29, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2015 Story#5
Judge Approves State Board's Revision of Curtailment Notice, Volume 29, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2015 Story#6
Water Board Throws Down the Gauntlet Over Delta Water Diversions, Volume 29, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2015 Story#1
Supreme Court Will Decide Whether Groundwater Pumping Fees Are Subject to Prop. 218, Volume 29, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2015 Story#2
DWR Releases Draft Regulations for Altering Groundwater Basin Boundaries, Volume 29, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2015 Story#3
Water Commission Approves Regulation Limiting Size of Grass Lawns in New Developments, Volume 29, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2015 Story#4
California Supreme Court Will Review Decision Upholding State Board Waste Discharge Fees, Volume 29, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2015 Story#11
Sacramento Judge's Finding That State Board's Curtailment Notices Are Invalid Results in Their Resci, Volume 29, Issue 2 & 3 Date=7/17/2015 Story#19
U.S. EPA Approves California's 303(d) List With One Addition, Volume 29, Issue 2 & 3 Date=7/17/2015 Story#20
S.F. Bay Region Begins Triennial Review Process, Volume 29, Issue 2 & 3 Date=7/17/2015 Story#21
EPA and Corps Issue Controversial Waters of the U.S. Rule, Volume 29, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2015 Story#3
Final Version of Statewide Composting Rule Set for Adoption in July, Volume 29, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2015 Story#4
Appellate Court Rules in Favor of State in Closely Watched Siskiyou Case, Volume 29, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2015 Story#5
State Board Will Begin Tackling Thorny Issue of Conservation Water Pricing, Volume 29, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2015 Story#6
State Board Approves Voluntary Cutback of Senior Rights, Volume 28, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2015 Story#5
S.F. Bay Regional Board Issues First Draft of Revised Regionwide MS4 Permit, Volume 28, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2015 Story#6
Santa Ana Region Begins Triennial Review Process, Volume 28, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2015 Story#7
State Board Issues Revised LA MS4 Permit Opinion Without Significant Changes, Volume 28, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2015 Story#5
State Board Adopts Final Desalination Requirements With Last Minute Changes, Volume 28, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2015 Story#6
State Board's Revised Draft Water Conservation Requirements Add More Tiers, Volume 28, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2015 Story#3
Brown Will Propose Legislation to Give Suppliers Tools to Enforce Restrictions and Will Accelerate E, Volume 28, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2015 Story#4
Appeals Court Says that Tiered Pricing Scheme Must Be Supported by Analysis of Costs for Providing S, Volume 28, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2015 Story#5
State Board Issues First Curtailments and Warns of More to Come Including Curtailments of Senior Rig, Volume 28, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2015 Story#6
EPA Region 9 Takes Over Jurisdictional Determination from Army Corps for Controversial Redwood City , Volume 28, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2015 Story#7
Appeals Court Upholds State Water Board's Waste Discharge Fees, Volume 28, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2015 Story#8
Urban Water Cuts Only Part of Aggressive Brown Executive Order, Volume 28, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2015 Story#5
Appellate Court Holds That Sediment Concentrations Can Be Basis for TMDL Allocations, Volume 28, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2015 Story#6
State Board Set to Establish Statewide Standards for Desalination Facilities, Volume 28, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2015 Story#7
Governor Signs Bills Providing $1 Billion in Drought Relief, Volume 28, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2015 Story#1
State Board Readopts and Strengthens Restrictions on Urban Water Use, Volume 28, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2015 Story#2
State Board Readopts Emergency Regulations for Minimum Fish Flow Protections and Water Rights Report, Volume 28, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2015 Story#3
Attention Shifts to State Board After OEHHA Adopts Stringent Perchlorate PHG, Volume 28, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2015 Story#10
State Board Releases Final Proposal for Statewide Trash Controls, Volume 28, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2015 Story#7
State Supreme Court Will Consider Whether Federal Law Preempts State Ban on Suction Dredging, Volume 28, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2015 Story#4
L.A. RWQCB Kicks Off Development of a Bacterial TMDL for the San Gabriel River, Volume 28, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2015 Story#5
State Board Takes Number of Actions in Anticipation of Possible Drought, Volume 28, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2015 Story#8
State Board Releases Draft General Permit for Composting Operations, Volume 28, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2015 Story#6
State Board Looking to Adopt Statewide Bacterial Objectives for Recreation Uses, Volume 28, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2015 Story#7
North Coast Region Working on TMDL for Russian River Bacterial Contamination, Volume 28, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2015 Story#8
State Board Releases Proposed Changes in Impaired Water Body List, Volume 28, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2015 Story#11
State Board Draft Order Upholds L.A. Region's Approach to Complying With MS4 Receiving Water Limits, Volume 28, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2014 Story#1
State Board Appoints New Delta Watermaster, Volume 28, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2014 Story#13
State Board Will Revise 303(d) Listing Policy, Volume 28, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2014 Story#4
North Coast Region to Incorporate Restoration Policy Into Basin Plan, Volume 28, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2014 Story#5
North Coast Region Issues Final Draft Triennial Review Priority LIst, Volume 28, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2014 Story#6
State Board Set to Adopt NPDES Permit for Discharges from Drinking Water Systems, Volume 28, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2014 Story#2
State Board Plan Outlines Future of Drinking Water Regulation, Volume 28, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2014 Story#3
Los Angeles Region Recommends Against Removing Recreation as a Beneficial Use in the Los Angeles Riv, Volume 28, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2014 Story#4
State Board Seeks Suggestions on Improving Administration of Water Rights During Drought, Volume 28, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2014 Story#1
Appellate Court Affirms State Board's Authority Over Pre-1914 Rights But Limits Its Authority to Dec, Volume 28, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2014 Story#2
State Board Hears Update On Developing Analytical Techniques to Deal With Constituents of Emerging C, Volume 28, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2014 Story#3
San Diego Regional Board Releases Proposal to Incorporate Southern Orange County Cities Into Current, Volume 28, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2014 Story#4
Settlement Will Require U.S. EPA to Establish Standards for Selenium and Mercury, Volume 28, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2014 Story#7
Central Valley Region Will Adopt Triennial Review Final Plan, Volume 28, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2014 Story#8
Some Continued Opposition to Water Bond's Storage and Tunnels' Neutrality Positions, Volume 28, Issue 5 Date=8/18/2014 Story#1
State Board Starts Ambitious Storm Water Initiative, Volume 28, Issue 5 Date=8/18/2014 Story#2
Central Coast Region Begins Triennial Review Process, Volume 28, Issue 5 Date=8/18/2014 Story#3
Superior Court Says That Public Trust Doctrine Applies to Some Groundwater, Volume 28, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2014 Story#2
State Board's Emergency Regulations Impose Obligations on Both Individual Urban Water Users and Wate, Volume 28, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2014 Story#3
State Board Adopts Emergency Regulations To Make It Easier to Enforce Curtailment Orders, Volume 28, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2014 Story#4
Federal Judge Refuses to Block Transfer of CVP Water, Volume 28, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2014 Story#5
DWR and Bureau Seek State Board Investigation of Delta Diverters, Volume 28, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2014 Story#6
Court Clarifies Its Ruling on Russian River, Volume 28, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2014 Story#12
San Francisco Regional Board Tries Again for Regulation Addressing Vineyards in Napa and Sonoma Coun, Volume 28, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2014 Story#13
Los Angeles Regional Board Acts nto Expedite Water Cleanup in San Gabriel Basin, Volume 28, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2014 Story#14
State Board Releases Proposal to Regulate Desalination Facilities, Volume 28, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2014 Story#1
Expert Panel Recommends That Water Boards Require All Farmers to a Have Nitrogen Management Plans, Volume 28, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2014 Story#2
State Board Set to Reissue Utility Vaults Permit, Volume 28, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2014 Story#3
State Board Appoints Head of Drinking Water Program, Volume 28, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2014 Story#4
L.A. Regional Board Will Amend General Permit Covering Groundwater Remediation, Volume 28, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2014 Story#5
San Diego Region Waives Discharge Requirements for Graywater Systems and 35 Other Low Risk Uses, Volume 28, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2014 Story#6
Appeals Court Affirms State Board's Russian River Frost Protection Regulations, Volume 28, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2014 Story#3
State Board Releases Draft Statewide Proposal Covering Trash Discharges, Volume 28, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2014 Story#1
State Board Issues Draft NPDES Permit for Drinking Water System Discharges, Volume 28, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2014 Story#2
State Board Finalizes Permit to Encourage Use of Recycled Water, Volume 28, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2014 Story#3
North Coast Region to Adopt Revision of 303(d) List, Volume 28, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2014 Story#4
Change in Draft Composting Requirements Will Exempt Smaller Facilities, Volume 28, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2014 Story#5
State Board Issues Curtailment Orders in Central Valley and Russian River, Volume 28, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2014 Story#9
State Board Takes First Actions to Curtail Diversions, Volume 27, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2014 Story#3
Ninth Circuit Upholds Agreement on Division of Colorado River Water, Volume 27, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2014 Story#4
Another Major Report Recommends Improved Groundwater Management, Volume 27, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2014 Story#3
State Board Issues Draft General Permit to Encourage Use of Recycled Water, Volume 27, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2014 Story#4
Supreme Court Refuses to Review Stormwater Liability Ruling, Volume 27, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2014 Story#5
Santa Ana RWQCB Releases Draft MS4 Permit for Orange County, Volume 27, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2014 Story#6
Lahonton Region to Adopt Revisions of 303(d) List, Volume 27, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2014 Story#7
Central Valley Regional Board Issues Draft NPDES Permit for Drinking Water System Discharges, Volume 27, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2014 Story#8
Governor Extends and Strengthens Drought Proclamation, Volume 27, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2014 Story#1
Pressure Builds for Groundwater Controls, Volume 27, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2014 Story#2
CDPH Finalizes a Drinking Water MCL For Hexavalent Chromium, Volume 27, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2014 Story#3
State Board and NMFS Relaxation of Delta Standards Criticized By Environmental Groups, Volume 27, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2014 Story#1
State Board Schedules Meeting to Listen to Water Transfer Streamlining Ideas, Volume 27, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2014 Story#2
State Board Finally Adopts New Industrial Stormwater Permit, Volume 27, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2014 Story#6
Final Draft of Industrial Storm Water Permit Issued, Volume 27, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2014 Story#5
North Coast Region Begins Triennial Review, Volume 27, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2014 Story#6
DPR Recommends Measures to Control Copper Leaching From Antifouling Paints, Volume 27, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2014 Story#10
Central Valley Region To Adopt Plan for Controlling Two Leading Pesticides, Volume 27, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2014 Story#11
State Board Takes Actions to Carry Out Governor's Drought Proclamation, Volume 27, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2014 Story#2
Supreme Court Will Review Whether Expenses Incurred Under MS4 Permit Are Subject to Reimbursement fr, Volume 27, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2014 Story#3
Court Orders CDPH to Finalize Hexavalent Chromium Drinking Water Standard, Volume 27, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2014 Story#4
Governor's Drought Proclamation Could Lead to Significant Suspensions of State Environmental Laws, Volume 27, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2014 Story#1
State Board Announces Possible Curtailment of Diversions, Volume 27, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2014 Story#2
Republican Congressmen Introduce Drought Legislation, Volume 27, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2014 Story#3
Colorado River Region to Adopt Revisions of 303(d) List, Volume 27, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2014 Story#15
San Francisco Bay Region Proposes to Delist Napa River and Sonoma Creek for Nutrients, Volume 27, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2014 Story#16
Amendments to Lahontan Region's Basin Plan Will Clarify Antidegradation Policy and Authorize Mixing , Volume 27, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2014 Story#17
Brown Administration Outlines Plans to Move Drinking Water Program to the State Water Board, Volume 27, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2014 Story#4
State Board Proposes Elimination of Chemical Monitoring Under Vector Control Permit, Volume 27, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2014 Story#5
OEHHA Will Significantly Lower PHGs for Five Chemicals, Volume 27, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2013 Story#5
Environmental Groups Sue Over State Board's Modification of Central Coast Ag Waiver, Volume 27, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2013 Story#6
L.A. Regional Board Will Adopt Municipal Permit for Long Beach, Volume 27, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2013 Story#7
L.A. Regional Board Amendments to Marina del Rey TMDL Include New Controls on Vessel Antifouling Pai, Volume 27, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2013 Story#8
Delta Stewardship Council Chair Suggests That State Board Might Have to Act to Stop Subsidence in th, Volume 27, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2013 Story#16
State Board May Have to Recalculate Water Rights Fees After Court Decision , Volume 27, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2013 Story#5
Governor Appoints Regional Board Members, Volume 27, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2013 Story#8
State Water Action Plan Short on Details, Volume 27, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2013 Story#9
State Board's Groundwater Concept Paper Contemplates Coordinated Approach to Groundwater Management, Volume 27, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2013 Story#1
Appellate Court Rejects Claim that State Must Pay for Implementing L.A. Municipal Stormwater Permit, Volume 27, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2013 Story#2
State Board Set to Adopt Revised Instream Flows Policy, Volume 27, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2013 Story#5
Central Valley Board Adopts Third of Eight Agricultural Permits, Volume 27, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2013 Story#6
Federal Judge Dismisses Suit Claiming that Tile Drains Need NPDES Permit, Volume 27, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2013 Story#7
Los Angeles Regional Board Will Consider Changes in Ballona Creek TMDLs, Volume 27, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2013 Story#8
DWR Releases Initial Draft of California Water Plan Update, Volume 27, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2013 Story#9
State Board Considers L.A. Regional Board's Approach for Dealing with Receiving Water Language Conce, Volume 27, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2013 Story#6
State Board Adopts Plan to Lower Compliance Costs for NPDES Permit Holders, Volume 27, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2013 Story#7
Last Minute Changes to Central Coast Ag Waiver Proposed Order Delay State Board Decision, Volume 27, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2013 Story#6
North Coast RWQCB Releases Policy and Plan to Control Temperature, Volume 27, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2013 Story#7
Appellate Court Rules that State Board Has Initial Power to Determine Whether It Has Authority Over , Volume 27, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2013 Story#8
CDPH Proposes a Drinking Water MCL For Hexavalent Chromium, Volume 27, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2013 Story#1
L.A. Regional Board Schedules Workshop on Salt and Nutrient Management Plan, Volume 27, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2013 Story#2
Brown Appoints Three to Regional Boards, Volume 27, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2013 Story#3
Ninth Circuit Changes Mind and Holds L.A County and Flood Control District Liable for Stormwater Vio, Volume 27, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2013 Story#7
New Draft of Industrial Storm Water Permit Issued, Volume 27, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2013 Story#4
DFW Acts to Plug Loophole in Suction Dredging Regulations, Volume 27, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2013 Story#15
State Board Draft Order on Central Coast Ag Waiver Would Set Policy for Dealing With Ag Issues State, Volume 27, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2013 Story#4
Trial Court Judge Rejects Last Challenges to Colorado River Pact, Volume 27, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2013 Story#5
Brown Orders Streamlined Approval of Water Transfers, Volume 26, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2013 Story#13
State Board Will Preview New Composting General Order at Workshops, Volume 26, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2013 Story#5
San Diego Regional Board Finally Adopts New MS4 Permit, Volume 26, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2013 Story#6
EPA Criticism of State Revolving Fund Operation May Encourage Legislation Transferring Program to St, Volume 26, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2013 Story#9
State Board to Shift Authority Over Once-Through Cooling Permits to Regions, Volume 26, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2013 Story#10
Central Valley Region's Drinking Water Policy, Volume 26, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2013 Story#11
Central Valley Region Releases New Pesticide Objectives and TMDLs, Volume 26, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2013 Story#12
North Coast Region Basin Plan Amendments Will Update Water Quality Objectives, Volume 26, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2013 Story#13
Ninth Circuit Affirms Interior's Discretion in Dealing With San Luis Drain Issues, Volume 26, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2013 Story#14
Ninth Circuit Slams Door on Effort to Regulate Utility Poles, Volume 26, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2013 Story#18
Brown Names Marcus to Chair State Board and Makes Other Appointments and Reappointments, Volume 26, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2013 Story#4
State Board Says It Has Cured Problems With Instream Flows Policy, Volume 26, Issue 19 Date=3/14/2013 Story#18
San Luis Farmers Lose Effort to Claim Priority Over Fish, Volume 26, Issue 19 Date=3/14/2013 Story#19
State Board Plans on Releasing New Draft of Industrial Storm Water Permit in April, Volume 26, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2013 Story#9
S.F. Regional Board Cancels Hearing to Adopt Vineyard Waiver After Scathing Comments from Wine Inter, Volume 26, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2013 Story#10
Board Chair Hoppin Resigns, Volume 26, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2013 Story#5
State Board Posts Form for Disclosing Ex Parte Contacts and Q&A Regarding It, Volume 26, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2013 Story#6
North Coast Begins Implementation of Temperature Policy and Related TMDLs, Volume 26, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2013 Story#7
U.S. Supreme Court Decision on L.A. Stormwater System Satisfies No One, Volume 26, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2013 Story#4
State Board Proposes Flow Objectives for Lower San Joaquin and Salinity Objectives for Southern Delt, Volume 26, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2013 Story#5
San Francisco Bay Region Considering Adoption of Regulation Covering Sonoma and Napa Vineyards, Volume 26, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2013 Story#6
State Board Will Hold Workshop to Discuss Science Behind Upcoming Statewide Policy on Biological Obj, Volume 26, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2013 Story#7
Closely Watched Siskiyou Case Resolved in Favor of Farmers, Volume 26, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2013 Story#8
OEHHA Sticks to Proposed PHG for Perchlorate, Volume 26, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2012 Story#6
Appellate Court Upholds NPDES Permit for Carlsbad Desal Facility, Volume 26, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2012 Story#7
State Board Adopts Final Order on Sacramento Wastewater Facility, Volume 26, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2012 Story#8
Governor Brown Appoints and Reappoints Regional Board Members, Volume 26, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2012 Story#9
State Board Set to Adopt Aquatic Weed Control General Permit, Volume 26, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2012 Story#10
Central Valley Regional Board Adopts First Regional Agricultural Permit, Volume 26, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2012 Story#11
Appellate Court Holds that Central Valley Region's Dairy Rule Fails to Comply With Antidegradation P, Volume 26, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2012 Story#10
State Board Releases Third and Presumably Final Draft of New Small MS4 (Phase II) Storm Water Permit, Volume 26, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2012 Story#11
San Diego Regional Board Releases Revised Version of New MS4 Permit, Volume 26, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2012 Story#5
State Board Sets Aside In-Stream Flow Policy to Satisfy Court Order, Volume 26, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2012 Story#6
State Board Releases Alternatives to Receiving Waters Language for Upcoming Workshop, Volume 26, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2012 Story#1
L.A. Region Will Consider Adoption of Revised MS4 Permit on November 8, Volume 26, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2012 Story#2
State Board Postpones Adoption of Changes to Recycled Water Policy to Address CECs, Volume 26, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2012 Story#3
San Diego Regional Board Issues Draft General Permit for Boatyards, Volume 26, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2012 Story#4
Central Valley Region Seeks Suggestions for Two Pesticide TMDLs, Volume 26, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2012 Story#5
Appeals Court Rules that Discharges of Pollutants Into Non-Jurisdictional Waters May Be Prohibited U, Volume 26, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2012 Story#6
WATER RIGHTS AND POLICY, Volume 26, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2012 Story#21
Mendocino Judge Invalidates State Board Russian River Frost Protection Rules, Volume 26, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2012 Story#8
State Board Issues 401Certification for EPA Vessel Discharge Rules, Volume 26, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2012 Story#9
State Board Adopts CalTrans Permit After Addressing Concerns Over Receiving Water and Other Language, Volume 26, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2012 Story#5
State Board Will Consider New Monitoring Requirements for CECs in Recycled Water, Volume 26, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2012 Story#6
Central Valley Region to Hold Workshops on Agriculturally Dominated Water Bodies, Volume 26, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2012 Story#7
OEHHA Begins Update of PHGs for Chlorobenzene, 1,1-Dichloroethane, and Trichloroethylene, Volume 26, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2012 Story#8
San Francisco Bay Releases Final Triennial Review Priority List, Volume 26, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2012 Story#10
State Board Stays Some of Central Coast Ag Order, Volume 26, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2012 Story#3
State Board Releases the Details of Compost Facilities General Order, Volume 26, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2012 Story#4
Appeals Court Upholds Central Valley Tributary Rule But Provides Avenue for Future Challenges, Volume 26, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2012 Story#5
State Board Grants Municipalities Request for Workshop on Storm Water Permit Language in Light of Co, Volume 26, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2012 Story#6
Fishing Groups Win First Round In Suit Over Selenium Discharges, Volume 26, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2012 Story#7
State Board to Adopt Statewide Permit for Aquifer Storage and Recovery Projects, Volume 26, Issue 5&6 Date=8/31/2012 Story#13
State Board to Hold Scoping Meetings on Biological Objectives Policy, Volume 26, Issue 5&6 Date=8/31/2012 Story#14
Lahontan Regional Board Begins Triennial Review Process, Volume 26, Issue 5&6 Date=8/31/2012 Story#15
Latest Draft of Industrial Permit Drops Numerical Effluent Levels, Volume 26, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2012 Story#1
State Board to Consider New Statewide Toxicity Policy, Volume 26, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2012 Story#1
Ninth Circuit Upholds Use of Nationwide Permit for Modification of Hydro Project, Volume 26, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2012 Story#2
Central Valley Board Releases Draft of Second Ag Group Permit and Schedules Hearing for First, Volume 26, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2012 Story#3
Central Coast Region Will Consider Post-Construction Stormwater Management Requirements, Volume 26, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2012 Story#10
U.S. Supreme Court Will Consider Validity of Ninth Circuit Decision Regarding Logging Roads, Volume 26, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2012 Story#11
Supreme Court Will Review Ninth Circuit Decision on Los Angeles County Municipal Stormwater Violatio, Volume 26, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2012 Story#12
L.A. Regional Board Will Adopt New Version of Municipal Permit, Volume 26, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2012 Story#1
North Coast Region At Work on Regulation for Agriculture, Volume 26, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2012 Story#2
Agricultural Interests Complain About Conclusions of U.C. Davis Nitrate Report, Volume 26, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2012 Story#3
Environmentalists Praise Brown's Two Appointments to State Water Board, Volume 25, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2012 Story#1
Draft State Board Order Provides Mixed Response to Appeals of Sacramento POTW Permit, Volume 25, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2012 Story#2
State Board Releases Revised Draft of New Small MS4 Permit Designed to Limit Compliance Costs, Volume 25, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2012 Story#3
L.A. Regional Board Will Modify Bacteria TMDLs, Volume 25, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2012 Story#4
Both Growers and Environmental Groups Appeal Central Coast Ag Order, Volume 25, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2012 Story#7
North Coast Region Gets New Executive Officer, Volume 25, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2012 Story#8
State Board Proposes New Monitoring Requirements for CECs in Recycled Water, Volume 25, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2012 Story#9
San Diego RWQCB Will Use Single MS4 Permit to Cover All Municipal Dischargers in Three Counties, Volume 25, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2012 Story#8
Central Valley Board Releases Draft of Proposed Program for Farmers in Eastern San Joaquin River Wat, Volume 25, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2012 Story#9
San Diego Regional Board Adopts Cleanup Order Covering Sediments in San Diego Bay, Volume 25, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2012 Story#10
State Board May Be Ready Finally to Adopt Statewide Septic Tank Requirements, Volume 25, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2012 Story#2
Central Coast Board Adopts Controversial Ag Waiver, Volume 25, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2012 Story#3
New Report May Change Water Board and Local Agency Approach to Hydromodification, Volume 25, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2012 Story#4
U.C. Davis Nitrate Report Could Lead to Fees on Fertilizers and Further Controls on Agriculture, Volume 25, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2012 Story#5
State Board to Amend Construction General Permit to Comply With Court Order, Volume 25, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2012 Story#6
LARWQCB and EPA Announce the Completion of Eight TMDLs, Volume 25, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2012 Story#7
State Board Begins Work on Desalination Measure, Volume 25, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2012 Story#4
San Francisco Bay Region Begins Triennial Review, Volume 25, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2012 Story#5
State Board Acts to Clarify Treated Wastewater Exemption, Volume 25, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2012 Story#6
Ninth Circuit Upholds Bureau of Reclamation's Water Accounting Under CVPIA, Volume 25, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2012 Story#7
Judge Stays Enforcement of State Board's Russian River Frost Protection Regulations, Volume 25, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2012 Story#4
Details of Upcoming Statewide Mercury Control Plan Released, Volume 25, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2012 Story#5
North Coast Region Will Update Basin Plan Water Quality Objectives, Volume 25, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2012 Story#6
Central Coast Region Set to Adopt Controversial Ag Order, Volume 25, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2012 Story#4
CDPH Releases Draft Regulations for Wastewater Recharge of Aquifers, Volume 25, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2012 Story#5
State Board Approves L.A. Region's Controversial Toxics TMDL for Harbor Area, Volume 25, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2012 Story#6
State Board Issues Proposed Changes to Vector Control Permit, Volume 25, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2012 Story#7
U.S. EPA Finalizes Ban on Sewage Discharges In All California Waters, Volume 25, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2012 Story#8
State Board Will Consider Ocean Plan Changes to Protect Sensitive Coastal Areas, Volume 25, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2012 Story#14
Santa Ana Region Will Amend Basin Plan to Establish New Freshwater Quality Standards, Volume 25, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2012 Story#15
Judge Invalidates Numerical Limits in Construction Permit, Volume 25, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2012 Story#8
State Board Outlines Plans for Industrial Permit, Volume 25, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2012 Story#9
State Board Questions Santa Ana Region's Stormwater Permit for Metal Recyclers, Volume 25, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2012 Story#10
State Board Decides Not to Adopt National Forests Waiver, Volume 25, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2012 Story#11
Appellate Court Upholds Landmark Settlement Over Colorado River Water, Volume 25, Issue 13 and 14 Date=12/21/2011 Story#1
S.F. Regional Board Makes Changes to Municipal Stormwater Permit to Encourage Green Development, Volume 25, Issue 13 and 14 Date=12/21/2011 Story#10
Court Overturns State Commission's Decision Requiring State to Pay Some Costs of Municipal Stormwate, Volume 25, Issue 13 and 14 Date=12/21/2011 Story#11
State Board Gets to Work on Development of Mercury Policy, Volume 25, Issue 13 and 14 Date=12/21/2011 Story#12
Los Angeles Board Holds Hearing to Adopt Triennial Review, Volume 25, Issue 13 and 14 Date=12/21/2011 Story#13
North Coast Region to Adopt Dairy Discharge Permits, Volume 25, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2011 Story#5
Fishing Groups Sue Over Selenium Discharges in San Joaquin Valley, Volume 25, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2011 Story#6
State Board Set to Adopt Statewide Waiver Covering Activities in National Forest Lands, Volume 25, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2011 Story#7
Brown Makes Numerous Appointments to Regional Boards, Volume 25, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2011 Story#8
OEHHA Releases Peer Reviews of Proposed Perchlorate PHG, Volume 25, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2011 Story#7
Brown Appointments to Central Coast Region Solve Quorum Problem, Volume 25, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2011 Story#8
State Board Tries Again With New Set of Septic System Rules, Volume 25, Issue 9 Date=10/17/2011 Story#1
State Board Adopts Significant Increases in Water Quality and Water Rights Fees, Volume 25, Issue 9 Date=10/17/2011 Story#2
North Coast Region Looking at Policy to Excuse Violations by Restoration Projects, Volume 25, Issue 9 Date=10/17/2011 Story#3
Proposed Amendment to Existing Water Allocation Judgment Is Not Subject to CEQA, Volume 25, Issue 9 Date=10/17/2011 Story#9
State Board Begins Work on Statewide Nutrients Policy, Volume 25, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2011 Story#3
State Board Will Consider Appeals of Controversial Sacramento POTW Discharge Permit, Volume 25, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2011 Story#1
State Board Will Revise Controversial Industrial Storm Water Permit, Volume 25, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2011 Story#2
State Board Proposes Ocean Plan Amendments to Deal With Monitoring and Ship Discharge Issues, Volume 25, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2011 Story#3
Final Version of Russian River Regulations Released as Legislation Passes to Make Small Diversions E, Volume 25, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2011 Story#4
State Board Releases Concepts for Statewide Standard for Compost Facilities, Volume 25, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2011 Story#1
Supreme Court's Moss Landing OTC Decision is Primarily Procedural, Volume 25, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2011 Story#2
Judge Rejects Area of Origin Preference Claim by Federal Contractors, Volume 25, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2011 Story#2
DWR Adopts Emergency Regulations Requiring Measurement of Ag Water Deliveries, Volume 25, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2011 Story#3
Central Valley Approves Delta Mercury Plan as State Steps In to Develop State Fish Targets, Volume 25, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2011 Story#9
State Board Workshop Will Look at Possible Changes to New Toxicity Test, Volume 25, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2011 Story#10
Los Angeles Region Releases Preliminary List of Triennial Review Issues, Volume 25, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2011 Story#11
OEHHA Finalizes CR6 PHG, Volume 25, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2011 Story#6
Ninth Circuit Issues New Opinion L.A. County Stormdrain Case, Volume 25, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2011 Story#7
Central Valley Region's Final Triennial Review List Shows Scope of Water Quality Problems in Valley, Volume 25, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2011 Story#8
State Board Workshop on Changes in NPDES Fee Structure, Volume 25, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2011 Story#5
San Francisco Regional Board Will Consider Adoption of Waiver for Napa and Sonoma Grazing Operations, Volume 25, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2011 Story#6
State Board Releases Draft Statewide Waiver Covering Activities in National Forest Lands, Volume 25, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2011 Story#7
Russian River Frost Protection Regulation Will Be Considered by State Board in September, Volume 25, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2011 Story#8
North Coast Region Comes Up With Initial List of Priorities for the Next Three Years, Volume 25, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2011 Story#9
State Board Releases Draft of New Small MS4 Permit, Volume 25, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2011 Story#3
Central Valley Board Considering Variance Policy for Salt Dischargers, Volume 25, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2011 Story#4
State Water Board Begins Work on Greater Protection for Coastal Areas from Wastewater and Stormwater, Volume 25, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2011 Story#5
Critical Comments on State Board Industrial Permit Pour In, Volume 24, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2011 Story#3
Central Valley Region to Extend Ag Waiver for Two Years, Volume 24, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2011 Story#4
State Board Will Once Again Consider Amending OTC Policy to Address L.A. Concerns, Volume 24, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2011 Story#5
State Board Will Hold Workshop on Agricultural Use Efficiency, Volume 24, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2011 Story#6
San Diego Regional Board Adopts First-in-Nation Fireworks Permit, Volume 24, Issue 23 Date=5/17/2011 Story#12
Federal Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Accusing PG&E of Violating RCRA and Clean Water Act in Pole Trea, Volume 24, Issue 23 Date=5/17/2011 Story#13
Both Central Coast and Central Valley Regions Put Off Final Adoption of New Ag Requirements, Volume 24, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2011 Story#3
OEHHA Agrees to Submit Perchlorate PHG for External Peer Review, Volume 24, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2011 Story#4
State Board Holds First Meeting on Ocean Plan Amendment for Desal Facilities Brine Disposal, Volume 24, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2011 Story#5
Ocean Plan Triennial Review, Volume 24, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2011 Story#6
Septic Tanks Redux, Volume 24, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2011 Story#7
State Board Moves Forward on Regulation of Russian River Winery Diversions, Volume 24, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2011 Story#8
S.F. Regional Board Begins Work on Sonoma and Napa Winery Waiver, Volume 24, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2011 Story#9
Ninth Circuit's Roadmap for Proving Municipal Stormwater Violations, Volume 24, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2011 Story#1
State Board Proposing Changes in Its Rules Governing Sanitary Sewers, Volume 24, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2011 Story#2
Central Coast and Central Valley Regions Set to Take Next Step in Regulating Agriculture, Volume 24, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2011 Story#1
DFG Releases Suction Dredging Proposal, Volume 24, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2011 Story#2
State Water Board Considers Authorizing Some Discharges to Coastal Protected Areas, Volume 24, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2011 Story#3
Bill Introduced to Force Acceptance of OEHHA PHG as MCL for Hexavalent Chromium Despite Ongoing Disp, Volume 24, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2011 Story#9
California Supreme Court Holds that Water Rights Fees Are Constitutional But State Board Must Justif, Volume 24, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2011 Story#3
State Board Issues Draft of New Industrial Storm Water Permit With Numeric Limits in Some Circumstan, Volume 24, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2011 Story#1
State Board to Adopt Amendments to Sediment Objectives, Volume 24, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2011 Story#2
L.A. Regional Board Will Consider L.A. Harbor Toxics TMDL, Volume 24, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2011 Story#3
Fourth District Publishes Appellate Opinion on L.A. Stormwater Permits, Volume 24, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2011 Story#4
L.A. Regional Board Begins Work on TMDLs for the Ventura River and Its Tributaries, Volume 24, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2011 Story#5
Schwarzenegger Makes Last Appointment to State Board, Volume 24, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2011 Story#16
OEHHA Proposes More Stringent Perchlorate PHG, Volume 24, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2011 Story#15
OEHHA Releases More Stringent CR6 PHG Proposal, Volume 24, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2011 Story#14
Delta Watermaster Suggests Applying Reasonable Use Doctrine to Require More Efficiency in the Use of, Volume 24, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2011 Story#11
Farm Bureau Submits Alternative to Central Coast Board's Proposed Ag Waiver, Volume 24, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2010 Story#12
State Board Rejects Efforts to Change Recently Adopted Once-Through-Cooling Phaseout, Volume 24, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2010 Story#10
Appellate Court Overturns Decision Invalidating L.A. Storm Water Permits, Volume 24, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/20/2010 Story#11
U.S. EPA Proposes to Add Additional Waters to State Board's List of Impaired Waters, Volume 24, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2010 Story#6
State Board Will Consider Recommendations for Constituents of Emerging Concern in Recycled Water, Volume 24, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2010 Story#7
Central Coast Board Reissues Proposal for Controversial Agricultural Waiver, Volume 24, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2010 Story#8
Words Fly Over Controversial Renewal of Sacramento Discharge Permit, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#20
State Board Decides Not to Increase Discharge and Water Rights Fees, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#21
Deference Required Towards Water Agency Preparing Urban Management Plan, Volume 24, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2010 Story#22
New State Water Board Toxics Policy Would Impose Numeric Effluent Limits on Some Dischargers, Volume 24, Issue10 Date=10/31/2010 Story#2
State Board Will Consider Changing Power Plant Cooling Rules to Lessen Costs for LADWP, Volume 24, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2010 Story#5
State Board Reopens Construction General Permit to Fix Issue of Responsible Party Signatures, Volume 24, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2010 Story#6
Santa Ana Region Begins Work on Update of TDS and Nitrogen Management Plans, Volume 24, Issue 9 Date=10/15/2010 Story#7
State Board Looking at Major Increases in Discharge and Water Rights Fees, Volume 24, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2010 Story#8
State Board Looking at Statewide Trash Policy, Volume 24, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2010 Story#9
Peer Reviewers Generally Support OEHHA Hexavalent Chromium Public Health Goal, Volume 24, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2010 Story#10
Los Angeles RWQCB Begins Work on Reevaluation of Recreational Beneficial Use Designations for Engine, Volume 24, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2010 Story#11
OEHHA Revises Proposed PHG for Four Trihalomethanes to a Total Standard, Volume 24, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2010 Story#12
Little Hoover Commission Recommends New Structure for Water Governance in California, Volume 24, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2010 Story#1
Ninth Circuit Concludes That Channelized Runoff From Logging Roads Requires NPDES Permit, Volume 24, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2010 Story#7
Schwarzenegger Appoints Three to Santa Ana Regional Board, Volume 24, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2010 Story#8
L.A. Regional Board Set to Adopt Debris TMDL for Santa Monica Bay, Volume 24, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2010 Story#11
Lahontan Region Will Consider Adoption of Lake Tahoe TMDL, Volume 24, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2010 Story#12
L.A. Region to Renew Ag Waiver, Volume 24, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2010 Story#13
State Board Will Consider Revised 303(d) List, Volume 24, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2010 Story#10
State Board Begins Work on Latest Triennial Review of Ocean Plan, Volume 24, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2010 Story#11
State Board Selects New Executive Director, Volume 24, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2010 Story#12
Designation of L.A. River as Navigable May Be Model for Western Rivers, Volume 24, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2010 Story#5
State Board Releases Draft of Toxicity Policy, Volume 24, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2010 Story#6
San Diego Regional Board to Reinitiate Stalled Triennial Review Process, Volume 24, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2010 Story#7
Central Valley Regional Board Releases Groundwater Strategy, Volume 24, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2010 Story#8
OEHHA to Update PHGs for Ethylbenzene and Xylene, Volume 24, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2010 Story#9
Lawsuit Seeks Application of Public Trust Doctrine to Groundwater, Volume 24, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2010 Story#10
Appellate Court Holds That Property Owner is Liable for Contractor's Spill of Hazardous Substance, Volume 24, Issue1 Date=6/15/2010 Story#3
Central Coast Region's Proposed Agricultural Waiver Is The Subject of Heated Debate, Volume 24, Issue1 Date=6/15/2010 Story#4
Initial Workshop Discusses Nutrients TMDL for the Lower Salinas River Watershed, Volume 24, Issue1 Date=6/15/2010 Story#5
Lawsuit Would Upend Monterey Agreement, Volume 24, Issue1 Date=6/15/2010 Story#7
Scientists Report Lays Out Framework for Dealing With Emerging Contaminants in Recycled Water, Volume 23, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2010 Story#9
Environmentalists Hail First Court Decision Finding Illegal Discharge to ASBS Areas, Volume 23, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2010 Story#10
Final Water Board Once-Through Cooling Policy Tips Back to Greater Protection, Volume 23, Issue 23 Date=5/17/2010 Story#1
Central Valley Regional Board Lays Out Long-Term Program for Agricultural Discharges Including Those, Volume 23, Issue 23 Date=5/17/2010 Story#2
Santa Ana Regional Board Appoints New Executive Officer, Volume 23, Issue 23 Date=5/17/2010 Story#3
State Board Releases Proposal for Huge Increase in List of Impaired State Waters, Volume 23, Issue 22 Date=4/29/2010 Story#7
Court Holds That Federal Law Preempts State Water Quality Laws Application to Dams, Volume 23, Issue 22 Date=4/29/2010 Story#8
State Board Begins Phase II of Sediment Development for Enclosed Bays and Estuaries, Volume 23, Issue 22 Date=4/29/2010 Story#9
Appellate Court Upholds Two Central Valley TMDL Related Actions, Volume 23, Issue 22 Date=4/29/2010 Story#10
San Diego Regional Board to Consider Approval of Hydromodification Plan, Volume 23, Issue 22 Date=4/29/2010 Story#11
Final Version of Power Plant Cooling Policy Angers Environmental Groups, Volume 23, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2010 Story#1
Commission Finds that Large Portions of San Diego Municipal Storm Water Permit Constitute an Unfunde, Volume 23, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2010 Story#2
OEHHA Proposes Public Health Goals for Styrene, Selenium, and Methoxychlor, Volume 23, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2010 Story#3
Water District Cannot Interfere With Water Rights Physical Solution Through Permit Authority, Volume 23, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2010 Story#17
Plan Released to Reduce Urban Water Use by 20% by 2020, Volume 23, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2010 Story#7
Environmental Group Seeks End of Hundred Year Old Diversion of Eel River Water to the Russian River, Volume 23, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2010 Story#8
State Water Board Set to Adopt Controversial North Coast Instream Policy, Volume 23, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2010 Story#5
Central Valley Regional Board Set to Adopt Delta Mercury TMDL, Volume 23, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2010 Story#6
S.F. Bay Regional Board Will Add Bacteria Objectives to Basin Plan, Volume 23, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2010 Story#7
S.F. Bay Regional Board Will Consider Basin Plan Amendment to Add Water Bodies and Beneficial Uses, Volume 23, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2010 Story#8
L.A. Regional Board Sets Initial Meeting to Discuss Bacteria TMDL for the Los Angeles River Watershe, Volume 23, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2010 Story#9
New Marine Debris TMDL for Santa Monica Bay Will Focus on Plastic Pellets, Volume 23, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2010 Story#10
Lawsuit Invokes Area of Origin Protection Against CVP Shipments to San Joaquin Valley, Volume 23, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2010 Story#13
State Board Begins Development of Statewide Biological Objectives, Volume 23, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2010 Story#5
State Board Will Amend 303(d) Policy to Incorporate Sediment Plan, Volume 23, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2010 Story#6
Central Coast Regional Board Releases Draft of New Stringent Ag Waiver, Volume 23, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2010 Story#7
State Board Will Regulate Water Diversions by Russian River Wineries, Volume 23, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2010 Story#8
S.F. Bay Region Begins Work on Vineyard Waiver in Sonoma and Napa, Volume 23, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2010 Story#9
State Board Finds Abandoned Mine Discharge Permit Violates the Clean Water Act, Volume 23, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2010 Story#10
State Board Begins Development of Next 303(d) List While Last One Remains Incomplete, Volume 23, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2010 Story#14
Los Angeles Regional Board Set to Establish Triennial Review Priorities, Volume 23, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2010 Story#15
Court Tentatively Invalidates Landmark Settlement Over Colorado River Water, Volume 23, Issue 13 and 14 Date=12/18/2009 Story#12
Latest Draft of Once-Through Cooling Policy Scraps Coat-Benefit Approach, Volume 23, Issue 13 and 14 Date=12/18/2009 Story#13
Adoption of Riverside and San Bernardino Municipal Storm Water Permits Set for January, Volume 23, Issue 13 and 14 Date=12/18/2009 Story#14
New Regional Board Appointments, Volume 23, Issue 13 and 14 Date=12/18/2009 Story#15
San Diego Region Will Redo Beaches TMDL, Volume 23, Issue 13 and 14 Date=12/18/2009 Story#16
OEHHA Will Do External Peer Review on Hexavalent Chromium PHG, Volume 23, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2009 Story#5
OEHHA Proposes New Drinking Water PHG for Benzo(a)pyrene, Volume 23, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2009 Story#6
State Board Seeks Comment on Preliminary Draft of Aquatic Pesticide Permit, Volume 23, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2009 Story#7
Court Rules that Water Districts Must Hire Licensed Well Drillers, Volume 23, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2009 Story#1
State Board Will Cap Fees for Large NPDES Permit Holders, Volume 23, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2009 Story#10
Central Valley Region Withdraws Salinity Guidance After Claim That It Constitutes Underground Regula, Volume 23, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2009 Story#11
Decision on Districts' Federal Water Supply Unlikely to Have Far Reaching Impacts, Volume 23, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2009 Story#12
S.F. Bay Regional Board Set to Adopt Comprehensive Municipal Permit, Volume 23, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2009 Story#13
Central Valley Board Lays Out Options for Irrigated Lands Program, Volume 23, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2009 Story#14
State Board Adds Some Flexibility to Final Version of Construction Storm Water Permit, Volume 23, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2009 Story#12
State Board's Proposed NPDES Fee Schedule Would Shift Burden from Large Dischargers to Smaller Facil, Volume 23, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2009 Story#13
San Diego Regional Board Proposes Major Changes to 303(d) List, Volume 23, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2009 Story#14
OEHHA Releases Stringent Public Health Goal for Hexavalent Chromium, Volume 23, Issue 5 and 6 Date=8/31/2009 Story#15
OEHHA Reaches Back to 19th Century for Revised PHG for Antimony, Volume 23, Issue 5 and 6 Date=8/31/2009 Story#16
Emergency Rulemaking Will Allow Californians to Install Gray Water Systems, Volume 23, Issue 5 and 6 Date=8/31/2009 Story#17
L.A. Regional Board Will Consider TMDLs for McGrath Lake and Colorado Lagoon, Volume 23, Issue 5 and 6 Date=8/31/2009 Story#18
Lahontan Regional Board's Triennial Review, Volume 23, Issue 5 and 6 Date=8/31/2009 Story#19
State Board Order in Lodi Case Could Lead to Increased Expenses for Wastewater Dischargers, Volume 23, Issue 4 Date=7/30/2009 Story#5
State Board Staff Sticks With Controversial Order Incorporating TMDL Limits into MS4 Permit, Volume 23, Issue 4 Date=7/30/2009 Story#6
State Board Makes Few Changes in Latest Draft of Enforcement Policy, Volume 23, Issue 4 Date=7/30/2009 Story#7
State Board Sticks to Phaseout of Once-Through Cooling Systems, Volume 23, Issue 3 Date=7/14/2009 Story#6
OEHHA Proposes Tough New PHGs for Trihalomethanes, Volume 23, Issue 3 Date=7/14/2009 Story#7
Santa Ana Region Releases First Draft of San Bernardino Municipal Permit, Volume 23, Issue 3 Date=7/14/2009 Story#8
Los Angeles Regional Board Will Incorporate Trash TMDL Targets into L.A. Municipal Permit, Volume 23, Issue 3 Date=7/14/2009 Story#9
North Coast RWQCB Releases Draft of Klamath River TMDLs, Volume 23, Issue 3 Date=7/14/2009 Story#10
Lahontan Region Basin Plan Amendment Will Allow Aquatic Pesticide Applications, Volume 23, Issue 3 Date=7/14/2009 Story#11
Supreme Court Holds that Local Agencies Have No Responsibility for the Failure of Water System Opera, Volume 23, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2009 Story#9
Central Valley Region Begins Triennial Review, Volume 23, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2009 Story#10
State Board Clarifies Some Standards for Effluent Limits, Volume 23, Issue 1 Date=6/17/2009 Story#16
State Board's Delta Plan Review Recommends Revisiting Flow Objectives But Not Ammonia and Toxicity O, Volume 22, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2009 Story#8
Central Valley Board Begins Work on Pesticide TMDLs, Volume 22, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2009 Story#9
State Board Seeks Comments on New Approach to Penalty Calculation in Latest Draft of Enforcement Pol, Volume 22, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2009 Story#6
Los Angeles and Lahontan Region Propose Updates to 303(d) List of Impaired Water Bodies, Volume 22, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2009 Story#7
State Seeks Comments on Plan to Reduce Urban Water Use, Volume 22, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2009 Story#19
State Board 's Latest Draft of Construction Storm Water Permit Sticks With Numerical Limits, Volume 22, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2009 Story#8
State Board Issues Draft of Recycled Water Landscape Irrigation General Permit, Volume 22, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2009 Story#5
New Draft of Southern Orange County MS4 Permit Released, Volume 22, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2009 Story#6
Central Coast Region Plans on Massive Additions to 303(d) List, Volume 22, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2009 Story#7
Stream and Wetland Policy Tops S.F. Board's Triennial Worklist, Volume 22, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2009 Story#8
Central Coast Triennial Review, Volume 22, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2009 Story#9
State Board Begins Effort to Address Nutrient Loads in Estuaries, Volume 22, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2009 Story#10
North Coast and Lahontan Regional Boards Will Consider Revised Waivers for Timber Harvesting, Volume 22, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2009 Story#11
Russian River Area Winegrowers to Get Scrutiny, Volume 22, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2009 Story#7
L.A. Regional Board Set to Hear Precedent Setting Ventura Stormwater Permit, Volume 22, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2009 Story#6
Draft Klamath River Restoration Plan Suggests Interstate Pollutant Trading Program, Volume 22, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2009 Story#7
S.F. Regional Board Issues New Draft of Regionwide Municipal MS4 Permit, Volume 22, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2009 Story#8
L.A. Regional Board Will Hold Workshop on Triennial Review Process, Volume 22, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2009 Story#9
S.F. Regional Board Will Update Beneficial Use List, Volume 22, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2009 Story#10
State Water Board Warns Water Rights Holders of Possible Cutbacks, Volume 22, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2009 Story#14
Agreement to Review Septic Rules Fails to Deter Legislation to Eliminate Them, Volume 22, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2009 Story#9
Little Hoover Commission's Critical Report May Be Basis for Water Board Reorganization Legislation, Volume 22, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2009 Story#1
Central Valley and North Coast Regions Release Proposed Updates to Impaired Waters List, Volume 22, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2009 Story#2
Suit Filed to Force State Board to Complete TMDLs in North Coast, Volume 22, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2009 Story#3
Central Coast RWQCB to Consider Coliform TMDL for Pajaro River Watershed, Volume 22, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2009 Story#16
North Coast Regional Board to Consider Plan for Storm Water and Low Threat Discharges, Volume 22, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2009 Story#17
State Board Issues Decisions on Challenges to Wastewater Treatment Plant Permits, Volume 22, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/19/2008 Story#11
Monitoring Council Recommends Development of New Way of Accessing Water Quality Data, Volume 22, Issue 13 & 14 Date=12/19/2008 Story#12
State Board Issues Draft of New Version of Recycled Water Policy, Volume 22, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2008 Story#4
State Board Release Guidelines for Stormwater Grants, Volume 22, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2008 Story#5
Colorado River Region Announced Proposed Revisions to 303(d) List, Volume 22, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2008 Story#6
Regional Board Appointments, Volume 22, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2008 Story#7
Court Holds that Water Suppliers Have Broad Discretion in Assessing Groundwater Supplies, Volume 22, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2008 Story#11
State Board Releases Yet Another Draft of Controversial Statewide Septic Tank Rules, Volume 22, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2008 Story#7
San Diego Region Begins Work on Triennial Review, Volume 22, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2008 Story#8
S.F. Regional Board's Proposed 303(d) Listings Emphasize Trash Impairment, Volume 22, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2008 Story#9
State Board Will Review Antidegradation Policy, Volume 22, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2008 Story#6
State Board Will Consider Policy on Supplemental Environmental Projects, Volume 22, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2008 Story#7
Ninth Circuit Holds that EPA Must Develop Effluent Standards for Construction Industry, Volume 22, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2008 Story#9
Santa Ana Region Begins Work on Revision to Newport Bay/San Diego Creek Nutrients TMDL, Volume 22, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2008 Story#10
North Coast Region Set to Adopt New Stormwater Permit for Sonoma County, Volume 22, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2008 Story#11
State Board to Consider Major Increase in Discharge Permit Fees, Volume 22, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2008 Story#4
Central Valley Board Forms Workgroup to Help Develop a Long-Term Ag Discharge Program, Volume 22, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2008 Story#5
Los Angeles Region Begins Trieenial Review Process, Volume 22, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2008 Story#6
Central Coast Regional Board Begins Work on Three TMDLs Aimed at Agricultural Operations, Volume 22, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2008 Story#7
L.A. Storm Water Standards Will Stay in Place Pending Revision, Volume 22, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2008 Story#12
State Board Will Hold Meetings to Begin Process of Adopting Bacterial Objective for Water Contact Re, Volume 22, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2008 Story#13
San Diego Regional Board Begins Work on Toxic TMDL for Sediments, Volume 22, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2008 Story#14
S.F. Bay Regional Board Will Rehear Revised Sediment TMDLs for Napa and Sonoma, Volume 22, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2008 Story#15
State Board Considers Mandatory Water Conservation Measures for Urban Suppliers, Volume 22, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2008 Story#18
Modification of Court Order Allows State Board to Enroll Under Construction General Permit, Volume 22, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2008 Story#3
State Board Begins Process of Reviewing Flow Objectives for San Joaquin, Volume 22, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2008 Story#4
OEHHA Issues Proposed PHGs for Four Chemicals in Drinking Water, Volume 22, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2008 Story#5
Final Decision by Orange County Judge Shuts Down New Construction in L.A. and Ventura Counties, Volume 22, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2008 Story#1
Central Valley Board Looks at New Standards to Protect Drinking Water, Volume 22, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2008 Story#2
State Board Rules that Limits in Discharge Permit Violate Antibacksliding Rule, Volume 22, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2008 Story#3
Ninth Circuit Upholds Lower Court Decision Invalidating Ship Discharge Permitting Exemptions, Volume 22, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2008 Story#4
Lake Tahoe TMDL Aimed at Meeting Clarity Standard, Volume 22, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2008 Story#13
Workshops to Discuss Contentious North Coast Instream Flow Policy Scheduled, Volume 22, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2008 Story#11
State Board Outlines Approach for Meeting Sediment Human Health Objective, Volume 22, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2008 Story#12
State Board Initiates Process to Develop New Water Quality Objectives for Cadmium, Volume 22, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2008 Story#14
State Water Board Proposes Fundamental Changes in Board Structure and Procedures, Volume 22, Issue 1 Date=6/17/2008 Story#1
State Board Tells Regions to Emphasize Low-Impact Development, Recycled Water, and Other Sustainabil, Volume 22, Issue 1 Date=6/17/2008 Story#2
OEHHA Proposes PHGs for Styrene and Oxamyl in Drinking Water, Volume 22, Issue 1 Date=6/17/2008 Story#3
Ninth Circuit Throws Out Exemption for Oil and Gas Construction Activities, Volume 21, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2008 Story#9
State Board Will Develop New Permit Covering Landscape Irrigation With Recycled Water, Volume 21, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2008 Story#12
Judge's Proposed Decision Threatens to Upset L.A. Storm Water Program, Volume 21, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2008 Story#1
San Francisco Regional Board Begins Latest Triennial Review, Volume 21, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2008 Story#2
U.S. EPA Adds Blue Algae in Klamath to List of Impaired Water Bodies, Volume 21, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2008 Story#3
State Board Reissues Draft of Once-Through Cooling Policy, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#9
Schwarzenegger Appoints Three New Regional Board Members, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#10
L.A. Board Will Adopt Policy Designed to Encourage Site-Specific Water Quality Objectives, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#11
Central Coast Board to Issue New Waiver for Septic Systems, Volume 21, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2008 Story#12
State Board Defers Action on Recycling Policy Amidst Continuing Dissension, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#1
State Board Issues New Draft of Construction Permit, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#2
Major Changes Afoot for Central Valley Board's Irrigated Lands Program, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#3
S.F. Regional Board Will Consider TMDLs for Sonoma Sediments and Richardson Bay Pathogens, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#4
Central Valley Board Will Consider General Permits Covering Three Types of Discharges, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#5
McCarthy is publisher and co-editor Energy Meets Climate Challenge, Volume 21, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2008 Story#6
Colorado River Region to Consider Final Triennial Review Priorities, Volume 21, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2008 Story#8
Individual Need Not Seek Regional Board Hearing Prior to Appeal of Order to State Board, Volume 21, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2008 Story#7
State Board's In-Stream Flow Policy Will Limit Use of Northern Waters, Volume 21, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2008 Story#8
Court Upholds Moss Landing Once-Through Cooling Permit, Volume 21, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2008 Story#7
Proposed NPDES Compliance Schedule Policy Will Replace Existing Regional Board Provisions, Volume 21, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2008 Story#6
S.F. Bay Regional Board Releases Final Draft of Regional Municipal Stormwater Permit, Volume 21, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2007 Story#8
Governor's Appointments to Regional Board Help Quorum Issues, Volume 21, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2007 Story#7
North Coast Regional Board Releases Wide Ranging Plan to Control Sediments, Volume 21, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2007 Story#9
Report Concludes that Impact from Land Discharge of Food Processing Wastes is Relatively Minor, Volume 21, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2007 Story#4
Ninth Circuit Tightens Requirements for Discharges to Impaired Water Bodies, Volume 21, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2007 Story#3
State Board Sets Hearing on Sediment Standards, Volume 21, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2007 Story#2
L.A. Regional Board Appoints Environmental Group Head as New Executive Officer, Volume 21, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2007 Story#8
State Board Soliciting Proposals for Nonpoint Source Grants, Volume 21, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2007 Story#9
Somona Creek Sediment TMDL Will Impact Vintners, Volume 21, Issue 7 Date=9/17/2007 Story#12
OEHHA Proposes PHG For Molinate, Volume 21, Issue 7 Date=9/17/2007 Story#10
Central Valley Regional Board Will Ease Permit Limits for Municipal Dischargers, Volume 21, Issue 7 Date=9/17/2007 Story#11
State Board Issues Proposed Water Recycling Policy, Volume 21, Issue 7 Date=9/17/2007 Story#9
Senate Leader Blocks Confirmation of Two State Board Members to Demonstrate Dissatisfaction With Boa, Volume 21, Issue 7 Date=9/17/2007 Story#8
S.F. Bay Board to Address Richardson Bay Pathogens, Volume 21, Issue 6 Date=8/30/2007 Story#11
New Edition of Marshack Water Quality Standards Guide Published, Volume 21, Issue 6 Date=8/30/2007 Story#12
9th Circuit Issues New Opinion on Decision Interpreting Rapanos, Volume 21, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2007 Story#11
Controversy Continues to Dog Central Valley Ag Discharge Program, Volume 21, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2007 Story#10
San Francisco Bay Regional Board Will Consider TMDL for Bay PCBs, Volume 21, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2007 Story#9
Basin Plan's Imprecise Language Subject to Regional Board's Interpretation, Volume 21, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2007 Story#8
Panel Recommends Changes in Water Board's Troubled Database, Volume 21, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2007 Story#12
EPA Issues Final Decision on State's 303(d) List, Volume 21, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2007 Story#19
L.A. Regional Board Will Reconsider Metals TMDLs to Satisfy Pending Court Decision, Volume 21, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2007 Story#20
North Coast Sediment Plan Begins to Take Shape, Volume 21, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2007 Story#18
North Coast Region Begins Latest Triennial Review, Volume 21, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2007 Story#17
DWR Begins Update of Water Plan, Volume 21, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2007 Story#15
Suit Challenges Central Valley Board's Agricultural Waivers, Volume 21, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2007 Story#11
Lahontan Board Begins Work on Truckee Sediment TMDL, Volume 21, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2007 Story#10
State Board Will Modify Revolving Fund Rules on Reporting Violations, Volume 21, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2007 Story#9
State Board Begins Process of Amending Ocean Plan, Volume 21, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2007 Story#8
Colorado River Board Begins Triennial Review, Volume 20, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2007 Story#9
State Board to Look At Impacts of Suction Dredging, Volume 20, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2007 Story#7
Appellate Court Orders State To Consider Whether Cities Should be Reimbursed for Costs of Stormwater, Volume 20, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2007 Story#8
S.F. Bay Regional Board Releases Draft of Sweeping, Region-Wide Municipal Permit, Volume 20, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2007 Story#6
S.F. Regional Board Seeks Info From Refineries On Fate of Incoming Mercury, Volume 20, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2007 Story#8
OEHHA Publishes Guidance to Utilities on Reporting Exceedances of Public Health Goals, Volume 20, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2007 Story#11
SWAMP Program Issues Procedures for Collecting Bioassessment Samples, Volume 20, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2007 Story#12
San Diego Board Will Revise Wastewater Discharge Waiver Requirements, Volume 20, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2007 Story#9
North Coast Regional Board Will Exempt Low Threat Discharges, Volume 20, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2007 Story#10
San Diego Board Will Consider TMDLs for Beaches and Creeks, Volume 20, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2007 Story#8
San Diego Regional Board to Adopt Metals TMDL for Chollas Creek, Volume 20, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2007 Story#7
L.A. Regional Board Will Reinstate L.A. River Trash TMDL and Consider Five Additional Trash TMDLs., Volume 20, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2007 Story#6
EPA Proposes to Add Additional Water Bodies and Pollutants to State's 303(d) List, Volume 20, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2007 Story#5
Ninth Circuit Ends Mexican Suit Over All American Canal Lining, Volume 20, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2007 Story#4
Governor Appoints Two to State Board and One to North Coast, Volume 20, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2007 Story#7
CBD Petitions to Have Ocean Segments Listed Under as Impaired by CO2, Volume 20, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2007 Story#8
State Board Posts New Draft of Septic System Regulations, Volume 20, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2007 Story#6
Draft Construction Permit Indicates Major State Board Change in Storm Water Strategy, Volume 20, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2007 Story#5
Ninth Circuit Rules That Adjacency of Non-Wetland to Navigable Water Does Not Confer Clean Water Act, Volume 20, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2007 Story#4
State Board Will Hold Workshop on 303(d) Listing Policy, Volume 20, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2007 Story#10
OEHHA Recommends Use of EPA Mercury Translators to Derive Effluent Limits in Short Term, Volume 20, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2007 Story#8
Southern Orange County Stormwater Permit Will Follow San Diego, Volume 20, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2007 Story#9
Water Board's New Executive Officer, Volume 20, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2007 Story#12
More Regional Board Appoinments, Volume 20, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2007 Story#13
State Board to Take Over Controversial Rialto Perchlorate Site, Volume 20, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2007 Story#11
Appellate Court Overturns State Board's Water Rights Fees, Volume 20, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2007 Story#9
Boeing Suit Will Tests Limits of Water Boards' Ability to Establish Numeric Limits in Stormwater Per, Volume 20, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2007 Story#10
EPA Approves Most of California's 303(d) List, Volume 20, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2007 Story#11
State Board Takes Up 303(d) Listing Controversy, Volume 20, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2007 Story#12
Santa Ana Regional Board to Adopt Pesticide TMDLs for Newport Area, Volume 20, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2007 Story#13
Ventura County Draft Stormwater Permit Contains Numerical Limits, Volume 20, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2007 Story#14
State Board Initiates Mercury Offset Policy and Statewide Objectives, Volume 20, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2007 Story#10
Latest Regional Board Appointments, Volume 20, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2007 Story#11
No Reasonable Potential Analysis or Numeric Limits Required for Industrial Stormwater Permit, Volume 20, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2006 Story#1
State Board Adopts 303(d) List and Starts Process for Adopting Next One, Volume 20, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2006 Story#2
San Francisco Regional Board Begins Work on North Bay Copper Objectives, Volume 20, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2006 Story#3
L.A. Regional Board Begins Work on TMDL for Ventura Beaches, Volume 20, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2006 Story#4
Conflicted State Board Gives Boeing Limited Relief on Santa Susana Facility, Volume 20, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2006 Story#5
OEHHA May Revise Perchlorate PHG Due to New Study, Volume 20, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2006 Story#1
San Diego Regional Board Will Consider Final Version of New Storm Water Permit, Volume 20, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2006 Story#2
Governor Makes Numerous Appointments to Regional Boards, Volume 20, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2006 Story#3
State Board’s Executive Officer Resigns, Volume 20, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2006 Story#4
OAL Invalidates State Lands’ Once-Through Cooling Policy, Volume 20, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2006 Story#5
Water Board Draft Order Contains Mixed Verdict on Numerical Limits in Storm Water Permits, Volume 20, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2006 Story#12
Controversial State Board Member Will Step Down and Head CCEEB, Volume 20, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2006 Story#13
Central Valley Board Reports Compliance with Ag Waiver Participant Identification Requirement, Volume 20, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2006 Story#14
Study Suggests Expensive Alternatives for Restoring Salton Sea, Volume 20, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2006 Story#20
Appellate Court Upholds Substance of L.A. Stormwater Permit, Volume 20, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2006 Story#7
State Board Seeks Comments on Final 303(d) List, Volume 20, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2006 Story#1
S.F Regional Board to Consider Site-Specific Limits for Cyanide Discharges, Volume 20, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2006 Story#2
L.A. Board Incorporates Santa Monica Bay Limits into MS4 Permit, Volume 20, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2006 Story#3
Settlement of Friant Dam Case Depends on Congress, Volume 20, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2006 Story#1
DHS Proposes MCL for Perchlorate, Volume 20, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2006 Story#2
State Board to Consider Some Changes to Waste Discharge Fees, Volume 20, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2006 Story#3
State Board Releases Draft Plan to Establish Sediment Objectives, Volume 20, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2006 Story#1
Santa Ana Regional Board's Triennial Review, Volume 20, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2006 Story#2
Lahontan Regional Board to Finalize Triennial Review, Volume 20, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2006 Story#3
L.A. Regional Board Will Redo Trash TMDL, Volume 20, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2006 Story#4
Ninth Circuit Upholds Need for NPDES Permit in First Application of Rapanos, Volume 20, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2006 Story#1
Boeing Sues State Board over Failure to Stay Discharge Permit, Volume 20, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2006 Story#2
Delay in Implementing Beach TMDL Outrages Environmental Groups, Volume 20, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2006 Story#2
California Court Orders EPA to Establish Standards for Construction Industry, Volume 20, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2006 Story#3
Friant Dam Case Supposedly Settled, Volume 20, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2006 Story#2
Litigation Likely Over Central Valley Regional Board's Ag Waiver, Volume 20, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2006 Story#3
U.S. EPA Will Hold Sacramento Meeting on Proposed Change in CAFO Regulations, Volume 20, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2006 Story#4
State Board Hearings on Numeric Storm Water Limits, Volume 20, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2006 Story#5
State Board Hearings on ASBS, and Ocean Monitoring Policies, Volume 20, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2006 Story#6
State Board Scoping Meeting on Once-Through Cooling Water Proposal, Volume 20, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2006 Story#7
Lawsuit Challenges Site Specific Water Quality Standard, Volume 20, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2006 Story#8
Central Valley Board Releases First Draft of Delta Mercury Plan, Volume 20, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2006 Story#9
Judge Dismisses Attempt to Block All American Canal Lining, Volume 20, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2006 Story#22
Supreme Court Wetlands Decision Creates More Uncertainty, Volume 20, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2006 Story#1
State Board Panel Sees Numerical Limits As Feasible in Some Storm Water Permits, Volume 20, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2006 Story#2
State Board Staff Issues Draft Policy on Discharges to Coastal Protected Areas, Volume 20, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2006 Story#3
State Board Draft Policy on Cooling Water Intake Is More Stringent Than Federal Version, Volume 20, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2006 Story#4
OEHHA Begins Work on Updates of Seven PHGs, Volume 20, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2006 Story#5
Experts Say That State Board's Monitoring Program Must Get More Funds and Be More Targeted, Volume 20, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2006 Story#6
Bureau of Reclamation Suggests Solving Valley Drain Problem by Retiring Westlands Properties, Volume 20, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2006 Story#13
Appellate Court Upholds State Board Jurisdiction over Some Underground Waters, Volume 20, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2006 Story#1
State Board Appears Ready to Overturn Boeing Stay, Volume 20, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2006 Story#5
Central Valley Board to Consider Changes to Ag Waivers, Volume 20, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2006 Story#6
State Board to Consider Extending Utility Vault General Permit, Volume 20, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2006 Story#7
Schwarzenegger Tries a Balancing Act with Two New State Board Appointees, Volume 19, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2006 Story#2
State Board Says DHS Action Levels Cannot Be Used As Basis for Effluent Limits in Recycling Project, Volume 19, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2006 Story#3
Supreme Court Decision on Dams Leaves Questions Unanswered, Volume 19, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2006 Story#4
Controversial San Diego County Stormwater Permit Up for Renewal, Volume 19, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2006 Story#5
L.A. Regional Board to Reopen L.A. County Municipal Permit to Address Dry Weather Flows, Volume 19, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2006 Story#6
Full State Board Will Review Controversial Stay of Boeing Order, Volume 19, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2006 Story#7
New State Board Meeting Procedure Eliminates Workshop Concept, Volume 19, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2006 Story#8
State Board to Amend Weed Control Permit, Volume 19, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2006 Story#9
State Appeals Court Rejects Water Rights Takings Claim, Volume 19, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2006 Story#21
San Francisco Board to Revise Mercury TMDL to Seek Further Reductions from POTWs, Volume 19, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2006 Story#11
Santa Ana Regional Board Begins Triennial Review, Volume 19, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2006 Story#12
Stay Order in Boeing Case Angers Environmental Groups, Volume 19, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2006 Story#10
L.A. Regional Board Beginning Work on Site-Specific Ammonia Objectives, Volume 19, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2006 Story#11
Central Valley Board Chair Rejects Requests to Defer Salinity Control Measures Pending Development o, Volume 19, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2006 Story#12
OEHHA Proposes PHGs for Glyphosate, Cadmium, and NDMA, Volume 19, Issue 21 Date=4/17/2006 Story#8
Central Valley Board's Pesticide Policy for Delta, Volume 19, Issue 21 Date=4/17/2006 Story#9
North Coast Region Will Act to Protect Streams and Wetland Systems, Volume 19, Issue 21 Date=4/17/2006 Story#10
Los Angeles Board's San Gabriel Metals TMDL Will Impact South County Sources, Volume 19, Issue 21 Date=4/17/2006 Story#11
Appellate Court Upholds Most of State Board Delta Water Rights Decision, Volume 19, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2006 Story#1
State Board Requires DWR and Bureau to Meet Delta Objectives, Volume 19, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2006 Story#2
Los Angeles Regional Board to Review Implementation Plans for Beach TMDLs, Volume 19, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2006 Story#3
S.F. Bay Regional Board Ready to Adopt Pathogen TMDLs for Napa and Sonoma, Volume 19, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2006 Story#4
Supreme Court Affirms State Board's Authority in Forestry Operations, Volume 19, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2006 Story#1
Appellate Court Upholds Dismissal of City's Challenge to Storm Water Permit, Volume 19, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2006 Story#2
Appellate Court Upholds Most of L.A. Trash TMDL, Volume 19, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2006 Story#3
San Diego Board Begins Work on Basin Plan Amendment to Allow Some Violations of Bacterial Objectives, Volume 19, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2006 Story#4
New Executive Officer for Central Valley Board, Volume 19, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2006 Story#5
Central Valley Board Considers Priorities in Triennial Review, Volume 19, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2006 Story#6
Statewide Efforts, Volume 19, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2006 Story#7
State Board Modifies Septic Tank Regulations in Response to Criticisms, Volume 19, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2006 Story#9
State Board Will Discuss Statewide Measure for Regulating Sewer Systems, Volume 19, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2006 Story#10
Central Valley Board to Develop a Comprehensive Pesticide TMDL, Volume 19, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2006 Story#10
State and Central Valley Boards to Meet on Salinity Issues in Valley, Volume 19, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2006 Story#11
Regions Recommend Statewide Panels Among Methods to Improve Boards Use of Science, Volume 19, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2006 Story#12
ARB and Board to Hold Workshop on Atmospheric Deposition, Volume 19, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2006 Story#13
State Board Looking at Strengthening of Toxic Limits, Volume 19, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2005 Story#2
Governor Names Several New Regional Board Members, Volume 19, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2005 Story#3
Little Hoover Commission Recommends New CALFED Structure, Volume 19, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2005 Story#12
Court of Appeals Decision Appears to Thwart Revolt Over Fluoride, Volume 19, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2005 Story#13
North Coast Board Set to Consider Controversial Scott River TMDL, Volume 19, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2005 Story#14
L.A. Regional Board to Consider Variance from Mineral Objectives in Coastal Aquifers, Volume 19, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2005 Story#15
Governor Appoints Environmental Advocate to Central Valley Regional Board, Volume 19, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2005 Story#16
State Board Releases Guidelines for Awarding Grants, Volume 19, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2005 Story#17
State Board to Review Expert Recommendations for SWAMP Program, Volume 19, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2005 Story#18
Central Valley Board Set to Extend Ag Waiver, Volume 19, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2005 Story#7
Four New Appointees Change Makeup of Central Valley Board, Volume 19, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2005 Story#9
San Francisco Regional Board Meeting on Napa River TMDLs, Volume 19, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2005 Story#10
State Board Proposes 464 Additions to 303(d) List, Volume 19, Issue 9 Date=10/17/2005 Story#11
Confusion Over Whether Discharge Permits Required for Pesticide Spraying, Volume 19, Issue 9 Date=10/17/2005 Story#12
Court Rules on Antibacksliding and Compliance Schedule Arguments Over Interim Effluent Limit, Volume 19, Issue 9 Date=10/17/2005 Story#13
State Board Will Consider Adoption of Ocean Plan Work Plan, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#8
New State Board Chair, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#9
S.F. Regional Board Releases Draft Pesticides TMDL, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#10
S.F. Regional Board to Update Basin Plan, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#11
S.D. Regional Board Basin Plan Update, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#12
Central Valley Board EO Stands by Decision to Seek Names of Growers in Ag Waiver Coalitions, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#13
State Board to Decide Whether Lake Arrowhead Residents Can Continue to Use Lake Water, Volume 19, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2005 Story#15
State Board Returns S.F. Bay Mercury TMDL to Regional Board, Volume 19, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2005 Story#8
State Board Will Consider Adoption of Statewide Policy Covering Cooling Water Intake, Volume 19, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2005 Story#9
Corps of Engineers Begins Pilot Program to Expedite Permitting, Volume 19, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2005 Story#10
L.A. Regional Board Set to Adopt Ag Waiver, Volume 19, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2005 Story#11
State Board Considers Amending Revolving Fund Policy to Incorporate Sustainability Principles, Volume 19, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2005 Story#12
State Board Panel to Consider Numerical Limits for Storm Water Permits, Volume 19, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2005 Story#1
OEHHA Will Rewrite PHG for Hexavalent Chromium Based on Critical Peer Review, Volume 19, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2005 Story#2
State Board Previews Sediment Quality Objectives, Volume 19, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2005 Story#3
Central Coast Regional Board's TMDL for San Luis Obispo Creek, Volume 19, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2005 Story#4
Central Valley Board Workshop on Mercury TMDL for the Delta, Volume 19, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2005 Story#5
San Diego Regional Board Begins Work on Renewal of Municipal Storm Water, Volume 19, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2005 Story#6
TMDL for Marina del Rey Toxics Will Impact Storm Water, Construction, and Industrial Permittees, Volume 19, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2005 Story#2
EPA Issues Draft Injection Permit to Controversial Cheese Company, Volume 19, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2005 Story#3
Central Valley Board Develops Strategy for ASR Projects, Volume 19, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2005 Story#4
State Board Will Discuss Local Impacts of Imperial Water Transfer, Volume 19, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2005 Story#5
OEHHA Proposes PHGs for Copper and Dioxin, Volume 19, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2005 Story#12
PALCO Accuses State Board Lawyers of Bias, Volume 19, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2005 Story#13
State Board Seeks Comments on Optional Approaches to S.F. Bay Mercury TMDL, Volume 19, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2005 Story#14
Central Valley Board to Make Changes in Ag Waiver in Response to Court Decision, Volume 19, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2005 Story#15
Suit Filed to Block New All American Canal, Volume 19, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2005 Story#16
State Board Will Be Late With Sediment Standards, Volume 19, Issue 3 Date=7/18/2005 Story#10
Central Coast Regional Board to Consider Nitrate TMDL for San Luis Obispo Creek, Volume 19, Issue 3 Date=7/18/2005 Story#11
North Coast RWQCB Releases Draft Permits for Controversial PALCO Timber Operations, Volume 19, Issue 3 Date=7/18/2005 Story#12
State Board to Consider Regulating Food Processors at State Level After Legislators Complain, Volume 19, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2005 Story#1
EPA May Approve State TMDL Superseding EPA's Earlier One, Volume 19, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2005 Story#2
U.S. Supreme Court Rules Against Individual Westlands Farmers, Volume 19, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2005 Story#3
L.A. County Will Appeal Storm Water Decision, Volume 19, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2005 Story#4
State Board's PALCO Decision May Set Precedent for Other Timber Operations, Volume 19, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2005 Story#5
SWRCB Releases Long-Delayed Regulations Establishing Septic Standards, Volume 19, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2005 Story#7
SWRCB Will Consider Statewide Policy Addressing Residual Chlorine, Volume 19, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2005 Story#8
OEHHA Reaffirms PHG for Mercury, Volume 19, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2005 Story#9
L.A. Regional Board Releases Draft Irrigated Lands Waiver, Volume 19, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2005 Story#10
San Diego Board Begins Work on TMDLs for Lagoons, Creeks, and Beaches, Volume 19, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2005 Story#11
Central Coast RWQCB to Consider Triennial Review Priority List, Volume 19, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2005 Story#12
Report on Central Valley Board's Ag Waivers Shows Mixed Results, Volume 19, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2005 Story#13
TMDLs Being Developed for Scott and Shasta Rivers, Volume 19, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2005 Story#14
State May Have to Reimburse Local Governments for Storm Water Costs, Volume 19, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2005 Story#15
DHS Proposes Changes in Radionuclide Drinking Water Standards, Volume 18, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2005 Story#8
Concerns Raised over Cache Creek Mercury TMDL, Volume 18, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2005 Story#9
Calleguas Creek Pesticide TMDLs to Be Adopted by L.A. Regional Board, Volume 18, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2005 Story#10
Governor Appoints Two to Central Coast Regional Board, Volume 18, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2005 Story#11
Court Sides with Farmers in Case Challenging Central Valley Ag Waiver, Volume 18, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2005 Story#7
SWRCB Draft Order Overturns Regional Board's Decision on Perchlorate, Volume 18, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2005 Story#8
DWR Sets Hearing Schedule for State Water Plan, Volume 18, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2005 Story#9
DWR Releases Massive State Water Plan, Volume 18, Issue 22 Date=4/28/2005 Story#6
State Board to Consider Adoption of Fee Schedule for Agricultural Waivers, Volume 18, Issue 22 Date=4/28/2005 Story#7
Three New Appointments to S.F. Regional Board, Volume 18, Issue 22 Date=4/28/2005 Story#8
S.F. Regional Board Considering Pathogens TMDL for Tomales Bay, Volume 18, Issue 22 Date=4/28/2005 Story#9
North Coast Board Working on TMDL for Salmon River, Volume 18, Issue 22 Date=4/28/2005 Story#10
Judge Rejects Challenge to Water Rights Fees As Legislators Seek Changes, Volume 18, Issue 22 Date=4/28/2005 Story#16
OEHHA Sticks With Existing PHG for Perchlorate, Volume 18, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2005 Story#1
Supreme Court Rules on Need to Consider Economics in NPDES Permits, Volume 18, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2005 Story#2
Local Governments Take Double Hit in Storm Water Cases, Volume 18, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2005 Story#3
Court Decision May Require Regional Boards to Permit Ballast Water Discharges, Volume 18, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2005 Story#4
Central Valley Board Begins Work on Clear Lake Nutrients TMDL, Volume 18, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2005 Story#5
Central Valley Board to Begin Work on Salinity and Boron TMDL for Lower San Joaquin, Volume 18, Issue 21 Date=4/14/2005 Story#6
State Board Asks S.F. Regional Board to Address Additional Mercury Objective, Volume 18, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2005 Story#13
Governor Makes Two New Appointments to State Board, Volume 18, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2005 Story#2
Central Valley Regional Board May Crack Down on Food Processors and Wineries, Volume 18, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2005 Story#8
State Board Makes Sustainability a Core Value, Volume 18, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2005 Story#9
Los Angeles Regional Board Works on Waiver for Irrigated Agriculture, Volume 18, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2005 Story#10
L.A. Regional Board Reaffirms Authority over Hydromodification, Volume 18, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2005 Story#6
Possibility of Statewide Storm Water Policy Draws Considerable Interest, Volume 18, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2005 Story#7
State Board Overturns L.A. Board's Refusal to Change Use Designation on, Volume 18, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2005 Story#8
New Appointments to Regional Water Boards, Volume 18, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2005 Story#9
Environmental Groups Use NAS Study to Seek Lower Perchlorate Limit, Volume 18, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2005 Story#17
San Diego RWQCB Initiates Changes to Basin Plan, Volume 18, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2005 Story#18
Mixing Zone Policy to be Prepared for North Coast, Volume 18, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2005 Story#19
Dispute over Meaning of NAS Study on Perchlorate, Volume 18, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2005 Story#1
State Board Will Establish Program to Handle Sewer Overflows, Volume 18, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2005 Story#2
Central Valley Board to Adopt TMDL for Stockton Ship Channel, Volume 18, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2005 Story#3
Appellate Court Upholds San Diego Stormwater Permit, Volume 18, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2004 Story#4
State Board Issues New Draft of Industrial Storm Water Permit, Volume 18, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2004 Story#5
Central Valley Board Begins Triennial Review, Volume 18, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2004 Story#6
Governor Remakes San Diego Regional Board with Appointments, Volume 18, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2004 Story#7
State Board to Discuss Exceptions to Ocean Plan, Volume 18, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2004 Story#8
Appellate Court Upholds Mandatory Penalties Against Discharger, Volume 18, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2004 Story#1
Appellate Court Overturns Water Rights Permit for Speculative Project in Delta, Volume 18, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2004 Story#2
Colorado River Regional Board Begins Triennial Review Process, Volume 18, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2004 Story#3
Corps Seeks Input on Upcoming S.F. Bay Dredging Plan, Volume 18, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2004 Story#4
Farm Bureau Recommends that Farmers Pay Disputed Water Rights Fees Under Protest, Volume 18, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2004 Story#5
State Water Board Has Full Discretion to Refuse to Review Regional Board Penalty, Volume 18, Issue 11 Date=11/16/2004 Story#6
State Board to Consider Three Changes to State Toxics Plan, Volume 18, Issue 10 Date=10/29/2004 Story#7
Court Invalidates Water Plan Due to Failure to Plan for Perchlorate Contamination, Volume 18, Issue 10 Date=10/29/2004 Story#8
State Board Starts Hearings on Amending Bay-Delta Plan, Volume 18, Issue 9 Date=10/18/2004 Story#1
Senate and House Bills on CalFed Differ on Water Supply Project Authorization, Volume 18, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2004 Story#5
Friant Dam Water Supply Still Up in the Air Despite Court Decision, Volume 18, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2004 Story#2
L.A. Regional Board Set to Adopt Metals TMDLs for L.A. River and Ballona Creek, Volume 18, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2004 Story#6
Appellate Court Upholds Local Regulation of Reservoir Location, Volume 18, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2004 Story#7
Indians Prevail over Farmers in Trinity River Dispute, Volume 18, Issue 4 Date=7/29/2004 Story#5
State Board Issues Revised Version of 303(d) Listing Policy, Volume 18, Issue 4 Date=7/29/2004 Story#6
OEHHA Begins Work on PHGs for 14 Chemicals, Volume 18, Issue 4 Date=7/29/2004 Story#7
State Board Grants City's Request for Reconsideration of Its Discharge Permit, Volume 18, Issue 4 Date=7/29/2004 Story#8
OEHHA Proposes PHGs for Four Radionuclides, Volume 18, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2004 Story#16
North Coast Regional Board Begins Triennial Review, Volume 18, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2004 Story#17
S.F. Bay Board Begins Its Triennial Review, Volume 18, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2004 Story#18
State and Regional Boards to Review State of Ag Discharges in Valley, Volume 18, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2004 Story#16
Central Coast Board's Issues Draft General Order for Fruit and Vegetable Processing, Volume 18, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2004 Story#11
North Coast Region Adopts Orders to Speed Groundwater Cleanups, Volume 18, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2004 Story#10
MWD-Palo Verde Exchange Will Yield Up to 110,000 Extra Acre Feet, Volume 18, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2004 Story#9
California Environmental Insider, Volume 17, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2004 Story#10
OEHHA Proposes Three PHGs for Solvents, Volume 17, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2004 Story#11
State Board Seeks Comments on Guidelines for Agricultural Grants, Volume 17, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2004 Story#12
DFG Proposes New Fee Schedule for Streambed Alterations, Volume 17, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2004 Story#16
OEHHA Issues Document Discussing Aquatic Toxicity Testing, Volume 17, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2004 Story#17
S.F. Regional Board's Screening Levels, Volume 17, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2004 Story#18
State Board to Revise Some Discharge Fees, Volume 17, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2004 Story#8
Central Coast Board Ready to Adopt Ag Waiver, Volume 17, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2004 Story#9
State Board Releases NPS Encyclopedia, Volume 17, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2004 Story#10
San Diego to Appeal Decision Favoring L.A. on Water Rights, Volume 17, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2004 Story#16
Appellate Court Affirms State Board's Authority in Forestry Operations, Volume 17, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2004 Story#1
State Board Waits to See North Coast Timber Plans As Suits Are Filed Against Two, Volume 17, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2004 Story#2
Coastal Commission Staff Refuses to Remove Concerns About Privatization of, Volume 17, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2004 Story#3
State Board to Make Minor Changes to Construction Storm Water Permit, Volume 17, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2004 Story#4
Pete Silva Reappointed to State Water Board, Volume 17, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2004 Story#5
Perchlorate PHG Pleases Few, Volume 17, Issue 19 Date=3/16/2004 Story#1
Suit Filed to Overturn Central Valley RWQCB Ag Waiver, Volume 17, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2004 Story#5
NPDES Permit Required for POTW Discharging to Pond Adjacent to and Hydraulically Connected to Naviga, Volume 17, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2004 Story#6
Suits Filed Against Irrigation Districts over Weed Spraying Programs, Volume 17, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2004 Story#7
Individual Farmers Do Not Have Right to Sue Under Water Contracts, Volume 17, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2004 Story#12
State Board Issues Draft Order Covering Biosolids Application, Volume 17, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2004 Story#4
Environmentalists Unhappy with Ocean Plan Amendment, Volume 17, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2004 Story#5
San Diego Regional Board Moves Forward on Bacteria TMDL, Volume 17, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2004 Story#6
Wetlands-Friant Settlement Will Allow United Front for Valley Water Users, Volume 17, Issue 17 Date=2/16/2004 Story#20
Environmental Groups Sue EPA over Lapsed Offshore Drilling Permits, Volume 17, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2004 Story#9
Santa Ana RWQCB Adopts New Plan to Control Salt Buildup, Volume 17, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2004 Story#10
North Coast RWQCB to Allow Gradual Compliance with NPDES Permits, Volume 17, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2004 Story#11
North Coast Board to Discuss Strategy for Sediment TMDLs, Volume 17, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2004 Story#12
Water Rights Holders Sue State Board over Fees, Volume 17, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2004 Story#13
Details of State Board's Policy for Nonpoint Source Pollution, Volume 17, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2004 Story#6
Audit Finds No Connection Between Fines and Where Money from Them Is Used, Volume 17, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2004 Story#7
Draft State Board Order Would Uphold Most of Central Valley Ag Waiver, Volume 17, Issue 13 Date=12/18/2003 Story#1
Draft Orders Overturn North Coast Timber Waiver and Uphold Two Others, Volume 17, Issue 13 Date=12/18/2003 Story#2
State Board Staff Releases Draft 303(d) Listing Guidance, Volume 17, Issue 13 Date=12/18/2003 Story#3
The State Board's TMDL Implementation Guidance, Volume 17, Issue 13 Date=12/18/2003 Story#4
Water Board Issues Drafts of New Pesticide Application Permits, Volume 17, Issue 13 Date=12/18/2003 Story#5
A.G. Joins in Suit Against L.A. over Owens Valley, Volume 17, Issue 13 Date=12/18/2003 Story#6
State Board Issues Draft Enforcement Policy for Nonpoint Source Pollution, Volume 17, Issue 13 Date=12/18/2003 Story#7
SWRCB Workshop on Bay/Delta Plan, Volume 17, Issue 13 Date=12/18/2003 Story#8
State Board Begins Work on Ocean Plan Amendments, Volume 17, Issue 13 Date=12/18/2003 Story#9
L.A. Trash Litigants Get Partial Victory, Volume 17, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2003 Story#8
Judge Finds Flaws in Municipal Permits Issued by S.F. Regional Board, Volume 17, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2003 Story#9
Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Burbank NPDES Case, Volume 17, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2003 Story#10
Central Valley Board Releases Draft of San Joaquin Salt TMDL, Volume 17, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2003 Story#11
Central Valley Board Begins Work on Oxygen TMDL for San Joaquin, Volume 17, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2003 Story#12
DWR Updates Groundwater Bulletin, Volume 17, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2003 Story#15
DWR's Guide to Implementing Water Land Use Planning Laws, Volume 17, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2003 Story#16
State Board Stays Part of Central Valley Ag Waiver, Volume 17, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2003 Story#2
Central Coast Region Promotes Cooperative Ag Waiver Process, Volume 17, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2003 Story#3
S.F. Regional Board Renotices Hearing on Changes in Toxic Standards, Volume 17, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2003 Story#4
S.F. Regional Board Appoints New Executive Officer, Volume 17, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2003 Story#5
State Board Moves to Close Regulatory Hole Covering Discharges from Dredge and Fill Operations, Volume 17, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2003 Story#6
Regulations Proposed to Expand Fees for Water Rights Holders, Volume 17, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2003 Story#7
Suits Filed Challenging Colorado River Agreements, Volume 17, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2003 Story#8
DWR Extends Schedule for State Water Plan, Volume 17, Issue 11 Date=11/17/2003 Story#9
Draft of State Water Plan Plays Down New Storage Capability, Volume 17, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2003 Story#13
Santa Ana Board Adopts Compromise Plan on New Development Runoff, Volume 17, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2003 Story#9
Work Begins on TMDLs for Mountain Areas of San Bernardino, Volume 17, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2003 Story#10
Work Begins on TMDL for San Diego Naval Sub Base, Volume 17, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2003 Story#11
Davis Appoints New Member to San Diego RWQCB, Volume 17, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2003 Story#12
State Board Objects to Congressional Effort to Allow Limited Discharges in No, Volume 17, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2003 Story#11
OEHHA Finalizes Eleven Drinking Water Goals, Volume 17, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2003 Story#12
New Member Appointed to the Central Valley Regional Board, Volume 17, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2003 Story#13
Latest Colorado River Agreement May Stick, Volume 17, Issue 7 Date=9/17/2003 Story#4
New SWRCB Fee Schedule Will Add Surcharges Above Already Proposed Fee Increases, Volume 17, Issue 7 Date=9/17/2003 Story#15
New Wastewater Operator Fees Set for Adoption, Volume 17, Issue 7 Date=9/17/2003 Story#16
Court Affirms State's Authority in POTW NPDES Permits, Volume 17, Issue 6 Date=8/29/2003 Story#7
State Board Proposes Changes in Toxics Implementation Plan, Volume 17, Issue 6 Date=8/29/2003 Story#8
CVRWQCB Publishes Update of Water Quality Goals Compilation, Volume 17, Issue 6 Date=8/29/2003 Story#9
Coastal Commission Expresses Concerns About Desalination Projects, Volume 17, Issue 6 Date=8/29/2003 Story#10
EIR/EIS Discusses Future of CALFED Environmental Water Account, Volume 17, Issue 6 Date=8/29/2003 Story#11
CVRWQCB Ag Waiver Pleases No One, Volume 17, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2003 Story#10
Agreement Reached on DOD Responsibility for Perchlorate Contamination, Volume 17, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2003 Story#11
Lahontan RWQCB Begins Triennial Review Process, Volume 17, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2003 Story#12
Water Board Proposes Major Increase in Fees, Volume 17, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2003 Story#2
State Board Releases Draft TMDL Guidance, Volume 17, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2003 Story#3
Bureau of Reclamation Cuts Imperial Irrigation District Colorado Allocation Once Again, Volume 17, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2003 Story#4
Task Force Begins Work on Desalination Issues, Volume 17, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2003 Story#5
Davis Appoints Two to Colorado River Regional Board, Volume 17, Issue 3 Date=7/17/2003 Story#6
Central Valley Board Will Try Again on Ag Waiver, Volume 17, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2003 Story#5
Supreme Court Will Not Hear Pronsolino Case, Volume 17, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2003 Story#6
Central Valley Regional Board Adopts General Permits for Wineries and Cleanups, Volume 17, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2003 Story#7
L.A. Regional Board Proposes TMDL for Marina Del Rey, Volume 17, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2003 Story#8
Eel River Gets Protection Against Livestock Grazing, Volume 17, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2003 Story#9
State Board Issues New Draft of Industrial Stormwater Permit, Volume 17, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2003 Story#10
Storage Space Is Public Resource to Be Managed by Replenishment District, Volume 17, Issue 2 Date=6/30/2003 Story#11
EPA Adds to State's 303(d) List, Volume 17, Issue 1 Date=6/16/2003 Story#1
Appellate Court Approves Use of Interim Effluent Limits in NPDES Permit, Volume 17, Issue 1 Date=6/16/2003 Story#2
Feinstein and Boxer Introduce CALFED Legislation, Volume 17, Issue 1 Date=6/16/2003 Story#3
NCRWQCB Proposes Storm Water Permit for Santa Rosa, Volume 17, Issue 1 Date=6/16/2003 Story#4
North Coast RWQCB Appoints New Executive Officer, Volume 17, Issue 1 Date=6/16/2003 Story#5
State Board's List of Areas of Offshore Areas Where Discharges Are Limited, Volume 17, Issue 1 Date=6/16/2003 Story#6
Judge Trashes Suit over Trash TMDL, Volume 16, Issue 24 Date=5/29/2003 Story#3
S.F. Regional Board's Stream Protection Guidance May Be Used Statewide, Volume 16, Issue 24 Date=5/29/2003 Story#4
North Coast RWQCB to Rewrite Beneficial Use Chapter of Basin Plan, Volume 16, Issue 24 Date=5/29/2003 Story#5
Davis Appoints New State Board Member, Volume 16, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2003 Story#8
Federal Judge Issues Expansive Reading of Clean Water Act Jurisdiction, Volume 16, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2003 Story#9
State Board Set to Expand Electronic Reporting to All Cleanup Sites, Volume 16, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2003 Story#10
State Board to Consider Separate Stormwater Permit for Small Underground/Overhead Construction Proje, Volume 16, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2003 Story#11
L.A. Regional Board Will Change Beneficial Use Designation for Ballona Creek, Volume 16, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2003 Story#12
S.F. Regional Board to Consider New Standards for North Bay Dischargers, Volume 16, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2003 Story#13
L.A. Regional Board Will Consider TMDL for Nutrients in the L.A. River, Volume 16, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2003 Story#14
Central Valley Regional Board Workshop on Diazinon TMDL, Volume 16, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2003 Story#15
Settlement Talks Break Down over Friant Dam, Volume 16, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2003 Story#8
Central Valley Board Poised to Reissue Ag Waiver, Volume 16, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2003 Story#7
State Board Set to Adopt Small MS4 Permit, Volume 16, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2003 Story#6
Judge's Latest Order in Imperial Case Upholds Interior's Authority, Volume 16, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2003 Story#5
Judge Dismisses CEQA Challenges to CALFED ROD, Volume 16, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2003 Story#10
Judge Upholds Bay Delta Water Rights Decision, Volume 16, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2003 Story#11
Judge Restores Interior's Cuts of Imperial Water, Volume 16, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2003 Story#9
State Board Begins Work on Sediment Objectives, Volume 16, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2003 Story#10
State Board Seeks Proposals for $138 Million in Funding, Volume 16, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2003 Story#11
San Diego RWQCB to Issue General Permit for Marinas, Volume 16, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2003 Story#12
Central Valley RWQCB Begins Work on Diazinon Basin Plan Amendment, Volume 16, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2003 Story#13
Davis Reappoints Chair to State Water Board, Volume 16, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2003 Story#14
San Diego RWQCB Begins Work on TMDLs for San Diego Bay, Volume 16, Issue 20 Date=3/31/2003 Story#15
Colorado River Deal On Again, Volume 16, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2003 Story#2
OEHHA Proposes Stringent Arsenic PHG, Volume 16, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2003 Story#4
Statewide Permit Proposed for Low Threat Discharges, Volume 16, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2003 Story#5
San Diego RWQCB Begins Work on Bacteria TMDL, Volume 16, Issue 19 Date=3/17/2003 Story#6
San Diego RWQCB Holds Workshop on Chollas Creek Metals TMDL, Volume 16, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2003 Story#4
North Coast RWQCB Solicits Ideas on Beneficial Use Changes, Volume 16, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2003 Story#3
L.A. Corps Branch Issues Mitigation Guidelines, Volume 16, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2003 Story#2
First Test of Stormwater Permits Results in Victory for State, Volume 16, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2003 Story#1
State Board Approves Impaired Water Body List, Volume 16, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2003 Story#10
Judge Wanger Approves San Luis Drain Settlement, Volume 16, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2003 Story#11
San Diego RWQCB Begins Triennial Review Process, Volume 16, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2003 Story#12
City Gives Up on Use of Recycled Wastewater, Volume 16, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2003 Story#13
OEHHA's Mercury Advisory Is First for Fish in Sierra Nevada, Volume 16, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2003 Story#14
DWR Solicits Suggestions for Water Use Efficiency Projects, Volume 16, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2003 Story#15
Environmentalists Wary of New EPA/Corps Rulemaking Effort on Definition of Covered Water Bodies, Volume 16, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2003 Story#8
Annual Renewals of Hydro Licenses Do Not Require State Certification, Volume 16, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2003 Story#9
Extension of Agricultural Waivers Appealed to State Board, Volume 16, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2003 Story#10
An Imperial, Trinity, Westlands Update, Volume 16, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2002 Story#1
Supreme Court Deadlock Upholds Ninth Circuit Ruling in Wetlands Case, Volume 16, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2002 Story#2
OEHHA Releases Revised PHG for Perchlorate Amid Growing Controversy, Volume 16, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2002 Story#3
State Board Leaves Waivers to Regions, Volume 16, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2002 Story#4
L.A. Regional Board and EPA Lay Out TMDL Strategy, Volume 16, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2002 Story#5
Appointments to Regional Boards, Volume 16, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2002 Story#6
State Board Establishes Test for Removal of Responsible Party, Volume 16, Issue 13 Date=12/19/2002 Story#7
State Board Working on Composting Permit, Volume 16, Issue 12 Date=11/27/2002 Story#2
State Board to Retain Operator Certification Program, Volume 16, Issue 12 Date=11/27/2002 Story#3
Santa Ana RWQCB Adopts MS4 Permit for Riverside County, Volume 16, Issue 12 Date=11/27/2002 Story#4
S.F. Regional Board to Consider Three Municipal Stormwater Permits, Volume 16, Issue 12 Date=11/27/2002 Story#5
CVRWQCB Hot Spots Pesticide Plan May Spur Lawsuits, Volume 16, Issue 12 Date=11/27/2002 Story#6
Ninth Circuit Rules That Aerial Spraying Is Point Source, Volume 16, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2002 Story#8
Sale of Facility Does Not Terminate Liability for Past Clean Water Act Violations, Volume 16, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2002 Story#9
Central Valley Regional Board Proposes Agricultural Waiver, Volume 16, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2002 Story#10
Central Valley Board Appoints New Executive Officer, Volume 16, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2002 Story#11
DHS Proposes Six New MCLs, Volume 16, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2002 Story#12
State Board Upholds S.F. Regional Board's Site-Specific Limits, Volume 16, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2002 Story#13
State Board Postpones Hearing on 303(d) List, Volume 16, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2002 Story#14
Different Fates for Treated Sewer Water Projects, Volume 16, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2002 Story#15
CalTrans Agrees to Back Off of Criticism of Stormwater Control Measures, Volume 16, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2002 Story#16
State Board Set to Adopt Final 303(d) List, Volume 16, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2002 Story#1
State Board Set to Expand Industrial and Construction Stormwater Permits, Volume 16, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2002 Story#2
Court Limits Application of State Board's SIP Policy, Volume 16, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2002 Story#3
Judge Orders Reanalysis of Cooling Water Treatment at Moss Landing Plant, Volume 16, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2002 Story#4
L.A. Regional Board to Adopt New General Permit for Dewatering Operations, Volume 16, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2002 Story#5
Agreement Reached to Avoid Cutoff of Colorado River Water, Volume 16, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2002 Story#21
Board Adopts Fee Schedule with Breaks for Aquaculture and Municipal Storm Water Dischargers, Volume 16, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2002 Story#1
State Board Seeks Comments on Possible Revisions of Toxics Policy, Volume 16, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2002 Story#2
Board's Decision on Vacaville Permit Is Road Map for Beneficial Use Redesignation, Volume 16, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2002 Story#3
State Board Reminds of Secondary Containment Testing Deadline, Volume 16, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2002 Story#4
MWD Kills Cadiz Project, Volume 16, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2002 Story#22
Complex Negotiations over IID-San Diego Transfer Go Down to Wire, Volume 16, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2002 Story#1
State Board Appears Set to Rule on Pauma/Pala Case, Volume 16, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2002 Story#2
Ninth Circuit Rules That 60-Day Notice Is Adequate, Volume 16, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2002 Story#7
SWRCB Sued over Higher Limits for San Diego's Point Loma Facility, Volume 16, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2002 Story#8
North Coast RWQCB Begins Implementation of Big River TMDL, Volume 16, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2002 Story#9
State Board Set to Raise Waste Discharge Fees, Volume 16, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2002 Story#1
Way Cleared for San Diego Secondary Treatment Waiver, Volume 16, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2002 Story#2
U.S. Elects Not to Appeal Decision on CVPIA Environmental Water, Volume 16, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2002 Story#3
Central Coast RWQCB Plans to Adopt General Permit for Wineries, Volume 16, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2002 Story#4
Central Coast Regional Board's Waiver Policy, Volume 16, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2002 Story#5
L.A. Regional Board to Adopt TMDL for Calleguas Creek Nitrogen, Volume 16, Issue 7 Date=9/16/2002 Story#6
State Board Issues Draft Stormwater Permit for Small Municipalities, Volume 16, Issue 6 Date=8/30/2002 Story#1
BCDC Will Consider Major Changes in Mitigation Policy, Volume 16, Issue 6 Date=8/30/2002 Story#2
State Board Stays Part of South Orange County Stormwater Permit, Volume 16, Issue 6 Date=8/30/2002 Story#3
Exercise of Pre-1914 Water Rights Still Requires Notification of DFG, Volume 16, Issue 6 Date=8/30/2002 Story#4
North Coast RWQCB Announces Its Policy on Waivers, Volume 16, Issue 6 Date=8/30/2002 Story#5
San Diego Board Adopts Permit for Hydrostatic Discharges, Volume 16, Issue 6 Date=8/30/2002 Story#6
DWR Will Hold Workshops on Groundwater Loan Program, Volume 16, Issue 6 Date=8/30/2002 Story#7
S.F. Airport Sued for Failing to Disclose Documents Related to Expansion Plans, Volume 16, Issue 6 Date=8/30/2002 Story#8
State Board Beginning Work on General Permit for Composters, Volume 16, Issue 6 Date=8/30/2002 Story#9
State Board Postpones Adoption of Section 303(d) List, Volume 16, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2002 Story#3
EPA Prepared to Revise TMDL Rule, Volume 16, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2002 Story#4
State Board Working on Listing/Delisting Guidelines, Volume 16, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2002 Story#5
Settlements in South Tahoe and Santa Monica MTBE Suits, Volume 16, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2002 Story#6
Four North Coast Board Members Survive Tough Hearing As One Resigns, Volume 16, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2002 Story#7
State Board Considering Whether to Require Electronic Reporting for Groundwater Cleanups, Volume 16, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2002 Story#8
Court Decision Invalidating Dioxin Limit May Impact Other Permits, Volume 16, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2002 Story#1
Appellate Court Upholds Ordinance Banning Personal Watercraft, Volume 16, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2002 Story#2
State Board to Amend Regulations Governing Petitions from Regional Board Decisions, Volume 16, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2002 Story#3
Orange County Sanitation District Agrees to Full Secondary Treatment, Volume 16, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2002 Story#4
San Diego RWQCB to Revise Waiver Policy, Volume 16, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2002 Story#5
Central Valley RWQCB's Actions in Deer Creek and Clear Lake, Volume 16, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2002 Story#6
Court Upholds MTBE Secondary Drinking Water Standard, Volume 16, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2002 Story#1
Supreme Court Agrees to Review Ninth Circuit Decision Outlawing Ripping Operations, Volume 16, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2002 Story#2
Santa Ana RWQCB's Renewal of Waivers, Volume 16, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2002 Story#3
S.F. Bay RWQCB Amends General Permit Covering Groundwater Cleanups, Volume 16, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2002 Story#4
S.F. Bay WQCB Adopts General Permit for Aggregate Mining and Sand Washing Facilities, Volume 16, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2002 Story#5
L.A. RWQCB Releases Draft Wet Weather Santa Monica Bay Beaches TMDL, Volume 16, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2002 Story#6
State Board to Consider Stay of Stormwater Permit for Southern Orange County, Volume 16, Issue 3 Date=7/15/2002 Story#7
Court Says That Stormwater Fees Require 2/3 Vote, Volume 16, Issue 2 Date=6/28/2002 Story#5
Governor's Budget Cuts Could Result in Higher Water and Sewer Rates, Volume 16, Issue 2 Date=6/28/2002 Story#6
San Diego Regional Board Adopts Model Stormwater Control Plan, Volume 16, Issue 2 Date=6/28/2002 Story#7
Water Bond Qualifies for November Ballot, Volume 16, Issue 2 Date=6/28/2002 Story#8
CVRWQCB Announces Availability of Cleanup Plan for Diazinon and Chlorpyrifos, Volume 16, Issue 2 Date=6/28/2002 Story#9
State Board Considers Options for Timber Operation Waivers, Volume 16, Issue 2 Date=6/28/2002 Story#10
Ninth Circuit Rules That EPA May Require TMDLs for Nonpoint Pollution, Volume 16, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2002 Story#1
OEHHA Issues Draft Drinking Water Goals, Volume 16, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2002 Story#2
Central Valley RWQCB to Consider Triennial Review and Basin Plan Amendments, Volume 16, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2002 Story#3
Santa Ana RWQCB Considering Outside Help in Completing Triennial Review, Volume 16, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2002 Story#4
S.F. Corps of Engineers Office's Regional Conditions, Volume 16, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2002 Story#5
Section 401 Certifications and Coastal Conformity Determinations, Volume 16, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2002 Story#6
Ninth Circuit Seems Ready to Uphold State in Oil Lease Dispute, Volume 16, Issue 1 Date=6/14/2002 Story#7
State Board Chair Disavows Further Regulation of Groundwater, Volume 15, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2002 Story#6
New Member Appointed to State Board, Volume 15, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2002 Story#7
Simon Attempts to Make Water a Campaign Issue, Volume 15, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2002 Story#8
State Board Orders Landfill Leachate Sampled for Radioactivity, Volume 15, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2002 Story#9
L.A. Corps of Engineers Finalizes NWP Regional Conditions, Volume 15, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2002 Story#10
EPA Releases Technical TMDLs for Newport Bay Toxics, Volume 15, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2002 Story#14
San Diego RWQCB Workshop on Waiver Policy, Volume 15, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2002 Story#15
San Diego RWQCB to Consider Diazinon TMDL for Chollas Creek, Volume 15, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2002 Story#16
L.A. Regional Board Seeks Info from Public for Ballona Creek TMDLs, Volume 15, Issue 23 Date=5/15/2002 Story#17
EPA Has No Obligation to Take Over California TMDL Program, Volume 15, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2002 Story#10
Oil Companies Rocked by MTBE Decisions, Volume 15, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2002 Story#11
Study of Watershed Management Released, Volume 15, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2002 Story#12
State Board to Consider State 303(d) List, Volume 15, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2002 Story#6
State Board Sets Workshops on Agricultural Discharge Issue, Volume 15, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2002 Story#7
Draft Municipal Permit for Riverside County Issued, Volume 15, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2002 Story#8
Board Set to Adopt San Bernardino Municipal Permit, Volume 15, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2002 Story#9
North Coast RWQCB's General Winery Permit, Volume 15, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2002 Story#10
Relaxed Copper and Nickel Limits Proposed for South S.F. Bay, Volume 15, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2002 Story#11
Central Valley Board Proposes Lowered Objectives for Deer Creek, Volume 15, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2002 Story#12
BayKeeper/Dow Agreement Allows for Large Scale Bioremediation Test, Volume 15, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2002 Story#13
San Diego RWQCB to Adopt TMDL for Rainbow Creek, Volume 15, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2002 Story#14
OEHHA Proposes Drinking Water Goal for Perchlorate, Volume 15, Issue 20 Date=3/29/2002 Story#14
Santa Ana RWQCB's Triennial Review, Volume 15, Issue 20 Date=3/29/2002 Story#15
Calleguas Creek TMDL Postponed to Allow for Alternative Plan, Volume 15, Issue 20 Date=3/29/2002 Story#16
State Board Begins Investigation of Agricultural Discharges, Volume 15, Issue 19 Date=3/14/2002 Story#12
State Board Approves Controversial Trash TMDLs, Volume 15, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2002 Story#2
Suit Filed to End Agriculture's Discharge Exemption, Volume 15, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2002 Story#1
Full Permitting of Groundwater Impracticable, Concludes SWRCB Retained Expert, Volume 15, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2002 Story#1
Judge Rules That Feds Improperly Reduced Water Deliveries, Volume 15, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2002 Story#2
Water Bond Threatened by Business and Agriculture Opposition, Volume 15, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2002 Story#3
Supreme Court Lets Some Water Quality Injury Suits Proceed, Volume 15, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2002 Story#4
Santa Clara River Nutrient TMDL Under Way, Volume 15, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2002 Story#5
L.A. Board to Adopt EPA Ammonia Criteria, Volume 15, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2002 Story#6
Settlement Reached over Sediment Discharges from Raceway, Volume 15, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2002 Story#7
Court Orders EPA to Respond to Petition on Ballast Water Discharges, Volume 15, Issue 17 Date=2/14/2002 Story#8
EPA Findings on Perchlorate Cause DHS to Lower Action Level, Volume 15, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2002 Story#10
Santa Ana Board Renews Groundwater Cleanup Permit, Volume 15, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2002 Story#11
Central Coast Regional Board's Priorities for Next Three Years, Volume 15, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2002 Story#12
Draft Stormwater Permit for San Bernardino Issued, Volume 15, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2002 Story#13
BayKeeper Settles with Ultramar over Coke Loading, Volume 15, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2002 Story#14
Attorney General Sues Squaw Valley, Volume 15, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2002 Story#15
Colorado River Saga Raises Concerns Throughout the State, Volume 16, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2002 Story#7
Ninth Circuit Decision Causes State Board to Delay Phase II MS4 Regulations, Volume 16, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2002 Story#18
Suit Filed Against Bottled Water Company Alleges False Advertising, Volume 16, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2002 Story#19
EPA Releases Draft TMDLs for Malibu Creek Watershed, Volume 16, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2002 Story#20
Santa Ana RWQCB Begins Work on Pesticide TMDL for Newport Bay, Volume 16, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2002 Story#21
Corps of Engineers Working on Plan for Western Riverside County, Volume 16, Issue 16 Date=1/31/2002 Story#22
L.A. Regional Board to Adopt Chloride TMDL for Calleguas Creek, Volume 15, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2002 Story#1
LARWQCB Municipal Stormwater Permit Challenged Before State Board, Volume 15, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2002 Story#2
Santa Ana and San Diego Boards Postpone Hearings on MS4 Permits for Orange County, Volume 15, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2002 Story#3
Judge Requires Further Revisions to Construction Storm Water Permit, Volume 15, Issue 15 Date=1/16/2002 Story#4
State Board Raises Some Questions About Effluent Limits in POTW Permit, Volume 15, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2001 Story#10
L.A. RWQCB Releases 303(d) List, Volume 15, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2001 Story#11
Lahontan Board's Proposed 303(d) Listings, Volume 15, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2001 Story#12
Governor Appoints Members to Regional Boards, Volume 15, Issue 13 Date=12/20/2001 Story#13
TMDL for Santa Monica Bay Beaches Incorporates BayKeeper Findings, Volume 15, Issue 12 Date=11/29/2001 Story#17
OEHHA Withdraws PHG for Chromium, Volume 15, Issue 12 Date=11/29/2001 Story#18
$3.44 Billion Water Bond Measure Being Circulated, Volume 15, Issue 12 Date=11/29/2001 Story#19
Latest Version of State Board Enforcement Policy, Volume 15, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2001 Story#6
State Board Upholds Hole in Headwaters Monitoring Requirements, Volume 15, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2001 Story#7
Court Ruling Reinvigorates Toxics Hot Spots Act, Volume 15, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2001 Story#8
Three More Regional Boards Release Draft 303(d) Lists, Volume 15, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2001 Story#9
Central Valley RWQCB Begins Triennial Review Process, Volume 15, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2001 Story#10
State Board Proposes to Uphold Bulk of San Diego Municipal Stormwater Permit, Volume 15, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2001 Story#11
San Francisco Bay Regional Board Adopts Santa Clara Stormwater Requirements for Developers, Volume 15, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2001 Story#12
Los Angeles Regional Board Considers New Municipal Stormwater Permit, Volume 15, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2001 Story#13
Quorum Issue Surfaces Again, Volume 15, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2001 Story#1
Orange County Businesses Rally to Keep Secondary Treatment Waiver, Volume 15, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2001 Story#2
Two More Water Boards Release Impaired Water Lists, Volume 15, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2001 Story#3
OEHHA Establishes PHG for Simazine, Volume 15, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2001 Story#4
Californian Appointed As New Region 9 Administrator, Volume 15, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2001 Story#5
Ninth Circuit: EPA Is Not Required to Find a Violation, Volume 15, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2001 Story#6
S.F. Bay Regional Board Renews Treated Groundwater General Permit, Volume 15, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2001 Story#17
Santa Ana Board Issues Draft Stormwater Permits for Orange and San Bernardino County, Volume 15, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2001 Story#18
Colorado River RWQCB Triennial Review, Volume 15, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2001 Story#19
S.F. Regional Board to Pursue Collaborative Approach with Dischargers in TMDL Development, Volume 15, Issue 8 Date=9/30/2001 Story#20
Scientists Conclude That Hexavalent Chromium Is Not Carcinogenic When Ingested Orally, Volume 15, Issue 7 Date=9/14/2001 Story#1
Ninth Circuit Requires Reconsideration of Salt Pond Decision, Volume 15, Issue 7 Date=9/14/2001 Story#2
OEHHA Establishes PHG for Perchloroethylene, Volume 15, Issue 7 Date=9/14/2001 Story#3
North Coast RWQCB Establishes Plan for Next Three Years, Volume 15, Issue 7 Date=9/14/2001 Story#4
Chevron Settles Tahoe MTBE Suit, Volume 15, Issue 7 Date=9/14/2001 Story#5
Deep Plowing by Farmer Violates Clean Water Act, Volume 15, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2001 Story#1
OEHHA Adopts PHGs for Nickel and Uranium, Volume 15, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2001 Story#2
EPA Proposes 18-Month Delay in Effective Date of TMDL Rules, Volume 15, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2001 Story#3
TMDLs Released for Two North Coast Rivers, Volume 15, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2001 Story#4
Two Regional Boards List Proposed Changes in 303(d) Lists, Volume 15, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2001 Story#5
State Board Hires Law Professor to Report on Legal Classification of Groundwater, Volume 15, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2001 Story#6
State Board Hosts Conference on Nonpoint Sources, Volume 15, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2001 Story#7
L.A. Regional Board to Revise Bacteriological Objectives, Volume 15, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2001 Story#13
Plan Will Form Basis for Federal and State Decisions in Central Orange County, Volume 15, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2001 Story#14
CVRWQCB to Release Load Allocations for San Joaquin TMDLs, Volume 15, Issue 5 Date=8/15/2001 Story#15
S.F. Regional Board Set to Adopt First Stormwater Development Controls, Volume 15, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2001 Story#21
Water Board Sued for Ignoring Clean Water Act in Approving Moss Landing Facility, Volume 15, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2001 Story#22
Judge's Decision Affirms Historic Water Relationships, Volume 15, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2001 Story#23
Municipal Permit for South Orange County, Volume 15, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2001 Story#7
Schedule for Developing Drinking Water Goals, Volume 15, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2001 Story#8
OEHHA PHG for Benzene, Volume 15, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2001 Story#9
CALFED to Hold Scoping Meetings for Environmental Water Account, Volume 15, Issue 3 Date=7/16/2001 Story#10
National Research Council Advocates Major Changes in TMDL Program, Volume 15, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2001 Story#1
State Board to Consider Statewide General Permit for Aquatic Pesticides, Volume 15, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2001 Story#2
State Board's General Permit for Discharges from Utility Vaults and Underground Structures, Volume 15, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2001 Story#3
L.A. Regional Board to Amend Trash Permits, Volume 15, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2001 Story#4
S.F. Regional Board Approves Bay Dredging Rules, Volume 15, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2001 Story#5
State Board Refuses to Reconsider Yuba Water Rights Decision, Volume 15, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2001 Story#7
Central Valley Water Board to Preview Pesticide TMDL, Volume 15, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2001 Story#8
EPA Approves Most of State's Implementation of California Toxics Rule, Volume 14, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2001 Story#10
Orange County Permit Takes Different Approach to Controlling Runoff from New Development, Volume 14, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2001 Story#11
Proposal to Solve San Luis Drainage Problem, Volume 14, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2001 Story#12
San Diego RWQCB Permit Covering Hydrostatic Testing, Volume 14, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2001 Story#13
State Board Appoints New Executive Director, Volume 14, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2001 Story#20
Two Suits Filed over Bay Area Stormwater Permits, Volume 14, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2001 Story#21
U.S. Must Pay for Water Diverted to Protect Fish, Volume 14, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2001 Story#22
Judge Blocks Full Implementation of Trinity River Decision, Volume 14, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2001 Story#23
State Board Upholds Ban on Nonpoint Discharges to ASBS Areas, Volume 14, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2001 Story#15
L.A. Regional Board Identifies Priorities for Triennial Review, Volume 14, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2001 Story#16
Colorado River Board to Adopt TMDLs for Alamo and New Rivers, Volume 14, Issue 22 Date=4/30/2001 Story#17
TMDL Advisory Group Issues Recommendations, Volume 14, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2001 Story#1
DHS and OEHHA Agree to Develop New Hexavalent Chromium Standard, Volume 14, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2001 Story#2
OEHHA Publishes PHG for Aluminum, Volume 14, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2001 Story#3
Los Angeles Regional Board Releases Draft of Second Trash TMDL, Volume 14, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2001 Story#4
Central Valley Regional Board's Workshop on Priorities, Volume 14, Issue 21 Date=4/16/2001 Story#5
Regional Boards Begin Process Leading to TMDLs, Volume 14, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2001 Story#8
State Board Adopts Tosco Decision and Gets Sued, Volume 14, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2001 Story#9
State Board Dings L.A. Regional Board Permit for Second Time, Volume 14, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2001 Story#10
Richard Katz Named to State Water Board, Volume 14, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2001 Story#7
State Board's Draft Order on NPDES/TMDL Permit Issues, Volume 14, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2001 Story#8
San Diego Regional Board Approves Controls on Stormwater Runoff from Development, Volume 14, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2001 Story#9
State Board Approves New Storage Facility in Delta, Volume 14, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2001 Story#10
L.A. Regional Board Miscalculated Penalty, Volume 14, Issue 18 Date=2/28/2001 Story#11
North Coast Regional Board Workshop on TMDLs, Volume 14, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2001 Story#8
Central Valley Regional Board's Workshop on TMDL for San Joaquin, Volume 14, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2001 Story#7
State Board May Stay Bay-Delta Water Rights Hearing Due to Pending Agreement, Volume 14, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2001 Story#6
Lawsuits Filed in Both Ends of State over Storage of Reclaimed Water, Volume 14, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2001 Story#5
LAO Suggests Legislature Clarify Requirements of EWA Before Spending Money, Volume 14, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2001 Story#4
Water Board Begins Work on Effluent Dominated Water Bodies Policy, Volume 14, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2001 Story#3
Water Board's Draft Nonpoint Source Compliance Plan, Volume 14, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2001 Story#2
Petition May Set Precedent Requiring Conservation in Overdrafted Aquifers, Volume 14, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2001 Story#1
DHS Requires Monitoring of Hexavalent Chromium and Three Other Chemicals, Volume 14, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2001 Story#2
State Board Proposes New Storm Water Monitoring and Sampling Requirements for Construction Sites, Volume 14, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2001 Story#3
DOI's ROD Implements Central Valley Project Improvement Act, Volume 14, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2001 Story#4
Babbitt Signs Historic Colorado River Agreement, Volume 14, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2001 Story#5
State Board to Make $5 Million Available for Wastewater Energy Conservation Projects, Volume 14, Issue 16 Date=1/30/2001 Story#6
Ninth Circuit Weighs In on Storm Water Permits, Volume 14, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2001 Story#1
Los Angeles Regional Board Set to Consider Controversial Trash TMDL, Volume 14, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2001 Story#2
Suit Attacks Trinity River Decision, Volume 14, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2001 Story#23
Suits Against CALFED Proliferate, Volume 14, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2001 Story#24
CALFED Seeks Water Use Efficiency Programs and Creates Water Transfer Site, Volume 14, Issue 15 Date=1/15/2001 Story#25
Sacramento Judge Rejects Claims in Lawsuit to Invalidate State's Section 303(d) List, Volume 14, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2000 Story#1
Major Assault on Pesticide Runoff Filed by Environmental Groups, Volume 14, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2000 Story#2
Order Bars Runoff into Protected Areas, Volume 14, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2000 Story#3
Judge Overturns Marin Ordinance Banning Personal Watercraft, Volume 14, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2000 Story#4
Governor Appoints Top Oil Spill Agency Members, Volume 14, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2000 Story#5
Davis Names New Members to Regional Boards, Volume 14, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2000 Story#6
EIS on Trinity River Released, Volume 14, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2000 Story#21
Bureau of Rec Releases Central Valley Project Contracts, Volume 14, Issue 12 Date=11/30/2000 Story#22
State Board Proposes Significant Revisions in Enforcement Policy, Volume 14, Issue 11 Date=11/15/2000 Story#1
L.A. Regional Board Workshop on Hexavalent Chromium, Volume 14, Issue 10 Date=10/31/2000 Story#18
San Diego RWQCB Set to Adopt Construction and Post-Construction Stormwater Controls, Volume 14, Issue 9 Date=10/16/2000 Story#17
EIR for Monterey Agreement on Water Supply Is Invalid, Volume 14, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2000 Story#1
State Board Staff Proposes Ocean Plan Amendments, Volume 14, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2000 Story#9
L.A. RWQCB Beginning Basin Plan Triennial Review, Volume 14, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2000 Story#10
Owners of Drinking Water Suppliers Personally Liable for Violations, Volume 14, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2000 Story#11
Central Valley RWQCB Upholds Large Fine for Sewage Spill, Volume 14, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2000 Story#12
Santa Ana RWQCB Institutes Septic Tank Database for Use by Developers in Obtaining Offsets, Volume 14, Issue 8 Date=9/29/2000 Story#13
Legislature Responds to Public Concerns over Hexavalent Chromium, Volume 14, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2000 Story#11
L.A. Regional Board Fines Chevron $2.2 Million for Spill at Refinery, Volume 14, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2000 Story#10
State Board Draft Decision Upholds Controversial Storm Water Controls, Volume 14, Issue 7 Date=9/15/2000 Story#9
Supreme Court Upholds Basic Principle of Prior Water Rights, Volume 14, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2000 Story#13
Westlands Rights Application Threatens to Ignite Valley Water War, Volume 14, Issue 6 Date=8/31/2000 Story#14
Bill Requiring Proof of Water Supply Shelved, Volume 14, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2000 Story#13
Workshop Scheduled on Gravel Extraction Issues, Volume 14, Issue 5 Date=8/16/2000 Story#14
State Board to Consider Tosco Permits Raising Key Permit Issues, Volume 14, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2000 Story#1
Final Bay/Delta EIS/EIR Released Amidst Concern over Funding, Volume 14, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2000 Story#2
EPA and NOAA Approve California Nonpoint Source Plan, Volume 14, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2000 Story#3
Draft S.F. Bay Dredging Disposal Plan Released, Volume 14, Issue 4 Date=7/31/2000 Story#4
State Board's Sewage Sludge Disposal Proposal, Volume 14, Issue 3 Date=7/13/2000 Story#5
LARWQCB to Considering Revision of Chloride Standards, Volume 14, Issue 3 Date=7/13/2000 Story#6
U.C. Davis Sued by Environmental Group over Wastewater Discharges, Volume 14, Issue 3 Date=7/13/2000 Story#7
Santa Monica Sues Oil Companies Over MTBE Contamination, Volume 14, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2000 Story#11
L.A. Regional Board Will Allow Compliance Schedules in NPDES Permits, Volume 14, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2000 Story#12
Tosco Gets More Time to Control Dioxins After Threats to Close Plant, Volume 14, Issue 2 Date=6/29/2000 Story#13
Judge Rejects EIR for Newhall Ranch Based on Water Supply Issue, Volume 14, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2000 Story#1
MWD Wins Initial Fight over Charges for Use of Its Transfer Capacity, Volume 14, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2000 Story#2
Pending Legislation, Volume 14, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2000 Story#3
Environmentalists Sue to Block State Board's Toxics Policy, Volume 14, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2000 Story#9
WSPA Sues to Invalidate EPA's TMDL Interim Permitting Policy, Volume 14, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2000 Story#10
State Water Board Looks for New Executive Director, Volume 14, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2000 Story#11
State Board Denies Section 401 Certification of Corps of Engineers New NWPs, Volume 14, Issue 1 Date=6/15/2000 Story#12
Region IX Guidance Reaffirms Limits on Discharges in Impaired Waters, Volume 13, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2000 Story#11
Workshops on New Limits for Lower San Joaquin, Volume 13, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2000 Story#12
New Member for Central Valley RWQCB, Volume 13, Issue 24 Date=5/31/2000 Story#13
NOAA and EPA Approve California Coastal NPS Program, Volume 13, Issue 23 Date=5/16/2000 Story#9
Zero Discharge Only Solution for Exotic Species, Volume 13, Issue 22 Date=4/27/2000 Story#8
PUC Agrees to Consider Adequacy of Water Supply for Newhall Ranch, Volume 13, Issue 22 Date=4/27/2000 Story#19
Waters Polluted Only by Nonpoint Sources Are Subject to TMDL Process, Volume 13, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2000 Story#1
San Diego RWQCB Working on Stormwater Controls for New Development, Volume 13, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2000 Story#2
State Board to Consider Format for Newly Required Pollution Prevention Plans, Volume 13, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2000 Story#3
Change in Financial Responsibility Requirements Proposed for Some Vessels, Volume 13, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2000 Story#4
State Board Releases Final MTBE Cleanup Guidelines, Volume 13, Issue 21 Date=4/15/2000 Story#5
State Board Schedules Workshop on Water Transfers, Volume 13, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2000 Story#14
Workshop on Rights to Subterranean Streams, Volume 13, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2000 Story#15
Judge Upholds DOI's Allocation of Water Under CVPIA, Volume 13, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2000 Story#16
More Appointments to Regional Boards and State Board, Volume 13, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2000 Story#17
DWR Issues Guidance on Well Completion Reports, Volume 13, Issue 20 Date=3/30/2000 Story#18
San Diego Sues EPA over NPDES Permit Renewal, Volume 13, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2000 Story#4
DHS Recommends Against a More Stringent MCL for DBCP, Volume 13, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2000 Story#5
State Water Board Adopts Toxics Policy Despite Opposition, Volume 13, Issue 19 Date=3/15/2000 Story#6
S.F. Regional Board Approves Precedent Setting Discharge Limits, Volume 13, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2000 Story#10
Ambitious Plans Laid Out for Salton Sea, Volume 13, Issue 18 Date=2/29/2000 Story#11
State Board Establishes Schedule for Next Phase of Bay-Delta Rights Hearing, Volume 13, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2000 Story#2
Ninth Circuit Ruling on San Luis Drain Issue Leaves Resolution Incomplete, Volume 13, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2000 Story#3
Suit Filed to Overturn First Delta Water Rights Decision, Volume 13, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2000 Story#4
State Water Board Issues Third Draft of State Toxics Policy, Volume 13, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2000 Story#5
Santa Ana Regional Board Moves to Authorize Compliance Schedules in NPDES Permits, Volume 13, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2000 Story#6
Voluntary Protection Plan for Monterey Sanctuary Enlists Area Agriculture, Volume 13, Issue 17 Date=2/15/2000 Story#7
DWR Begins Process of Updating California Water Plan, Volume 13, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2000 Story#18
State Water Board Adopts First Part of Delta Water Rights Decision, Volume 13, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2000 Story#17
State Board to Organize TMDL Advisory Group, Volume 13, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2000 Story#8
Two New Members Appointed to Santa Ana Regional Board, Volume 13, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2000 Story#7
L.A. Regional Board Set to Adopt Landmark Storm Water Controls, Volume 13, Issue 15 Date=1/17/2000 Story#6
Davis Makes Numerous Regional Board Appointments, Volume 13, Issue 13 Date=12/22/1999 Story#14
S.F. BayKeeper Sues over North and South S.F. Bay Discharge Permits, Volume 13, Issue 13 Date=12/22/1999 Story#15
State Board Strikes Back at San Diego RWQCB over Quorum Issue, Volume 13, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1999 Story#1
Davis Appoints New Members to San Diego and Los Angeles Board, Volume 13, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1999 Story#2
EPA Suggests Tough New Discharge Limits for Dischargers to Impaired Waters, Volume 13, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1999 Story#3
Water Board's New Draft of Statewide Toxics Policy, Volume 13, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1999 Story#4
State Sues Feds over Offshore Petroleum Lease Extensions, Volume 13, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1999 Story#5
EIS/EIR For Trinity River Released, Volume 13, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1999 Story#11
San Diego Regional Board Adopts Its Own Solution to Quorum Problem, Volume 13, Issue 11 Date=11/16/1999 Story#1
Tosco Seeks to Preempt Law Suit by Environmental Groups, Volume 13, Issue 11 Date=11/16/1999 Story#2
Water Company Sues Central Valley Regional Board and Aerojet over Pollution, Volume 13, Issue 11 Date=11/16/1999 Story#3
EPA Proposes TMDLs for Three Northcoast Rivers, Volume 13, Issue 11 Date=11/16/1999 Story#4
Marin County and TRPA Act on Small Watercraft, Volume 13, Issue 11 Date=11/16/1999 Story#5
OEHHA Proposes 12 New PHGs, Volume 13, Issue 10 Date=10/29/1999 Story#10
State Board Upholds South S.F. Bay Discharger Permits, Volume 13, Issue 10 Date=10/29/1999 Story#11
San Joaquin Water Users and Environmentalists Agree to Stay Litigation and Explore Solutions, Volume 13, Issue 10 Date=10/29/1999 Story#12
S.F. RWQCB Proposes Changes in Its Groundwater Protection Requirements, Volume 13, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1999 Story#17
Santa Ana RWQCB Cracks Down on Dairy Waste, Volume 13, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1999 Story#18
Lockyer Threatens to Sue to Require Feds to Eliminate American River Diversion, Volume 13, Issue 9 Date=10/15/1999 Story#19
L.A. Regional Board Defers Action on Precedent-Setting Stormwater Proposals, Volume 13, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1999 Story#4
DHS Proposes Primary Standard for MTBE, Volume 13, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1999 Story#3
Use of Numeric Effluent Limits in Municipal Stormwater Permits Is up to EPA, Volume 13, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1999 Story#2
Regional Boards Facing New Problems with Lack of Quorums, Volume 13, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1999 Story#1
PUC Regulated Water Companies Not Liable for San Gabriel Pollution, Volume 13, Issue 7 Date=9/16/1999 Story#8
Legislation Would Clarify Regulatory Status of OEHHA PHG Determinations, Volume 13, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1999 Story#12
Suit Threatened to Block Relicensing of Three Water Projects, Volume 13, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1999 Story#13
Suit Threatened over Tosco Dioxin Discharges, Volume 13, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1999 Story#14
DWR Begins Update of Groundwater Resource Inventory, Volume 13, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1999 Story#15
New General Stormwater Permit for Construction Up for State Board Approval, Volume 13, Issue 5 Date=8/16/1999 Story#2
EPA Makes Changes in San Francisco Deep Disposal Site Requirements, Volume 13, Issue 5 Date=8/16/1999 Story#3
FWS Releases Trinity River Flow Study That May End Up Cutting Diversions to CVP, Volume 13, Issue 4 Date=7/30/1999 Story#8
Federal Agencies Release Proposed Calculations Pursuant to CVPIA, Volume 13, Issue 4 Date=7/30/1999 Story#9
Draft Master Plan for S.F. Bay Area Recycling Released, Volume 13, Issue 4 Date=7/30/1999 Story#10
Long Beach Settles Law Suit Over Stormwater Plan, Volume 13, Issue 3 Date=7/15/1999 Story#6
State Board Staff Identifies Ocean Plan Changes, Volume 13, Issue 2 Date=6/30/1999 Story#7
State Board Requires New Language in Municipal Stormwater Permits, Volume 13, Issue 2 Date=6/30/1999 Story#8
Davis Appoints New State and Regional Board Members, Volume 13, Issue 1 Date=6/16/1999 Story#14
S.F. Regional Board Set to Give Tosco a Break on Dioxins, Volume 13, Issue 1 Date=6/16/1999 Story#15
Unrepentant Vallejo Sanitary District Settles Citizens Suit, Volume 13, Issue 1 Date=6/16/1999 Story#16
San Diego Pulls Plug on Toilet to Tap Project, but Orange County Project Progresses, Volume 13, Issue 1 Date=6/16/1999 Story#17
Waterbag Entrepreneur Gets Opportunity to Prove Technology, Volume 13, Issue 1 Date=6/16/1999 Story#18
State Board Set to Adopt New Construction Stormwater Permit, Volume 12, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1999 Story#7
EPA Finalizes S.F. Bay Dioxin Listing for TMDL Purposes, Volume 12, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1999 Story#8
Settlement Will Strengthen Enforcement of Alameda and Santa Clara Stormwater Permits, Volume 12, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1999 Story#9
Lawsuit Filed Over Board Veto of Discharge Plan, Volume 12, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1999 Story#10
State Report on TMDLs Spotlights Problems, Volume 12, Issue 23 Date=5/17/1999 Story#12
State Board to Revise Conditions for Section 401 Certifications, Volume 12, Issue 23 Date=5/17/1999 Story#13
Suit Challenges TMDL Regulation of Nonpoint Sources, Volume 12, Issue 22 Date=4/30/1999 Story#17
Corps of Engineers to Hold Meeting on Nationwide Permit Program, Volume 12, Issue 22 Date=4/30/1999 Story#18
State Board Set to Adopt Consolidated Hot Spots Plan, Volume 12, Issue 21 Date=4/15/1999 Story#1
CVPIA Decision Gives a Little to Both Sides, Volume 12, Issue 21 Date=4/15/1999 Story#5
Judge Rules That S.F. BayKeeper Has Standing in Suit Against City, Volume 12, Issue 20 Date=3/30/1999 Story#9
Consent Decree in L.A. TMDL Case Approved by Judge, Volume 12, Issue 20 Date=3/30/1999 Story#10
Legislative Analyst's Proposals May Lead to Higher Fees and Enforcement for Dischargers, Volume 12, Issue 18 Date=2/28/1999 Story#15
CALFED Seeks Proposals for Ecosytem Restoration Projects, Volume 12, Issue 18 Date=2/28/1999 Story#16
Report Singles Out 28 Water Projects for Praise, Volume 12, Issue 17 Date=2/16/1999 Story#5
Environmental Groups Sue Over Eel River Diversion, Volume 12, Issue 17 Date=2/16/1999 Story#4
Davis Administration Reverses Course Again in CVPIA Litigation, Volume 12, Issue 17 Date=2/16/1999 Story#3
OEHHA Adopts 20 PHGs, Volume 12, Issue 17 Date=2/16/1999 Story#2
Work Begins on Water Bond Measure for 2000 Ballot, Volume 12, Issue 17 Date=2/16/1999 Story#1
Davis Administration Withdraws Support in CVPIA Implementation Case, Volume 12, Issue 16 Date=1/31/1999 Story#7
Suit Challenges Lining of Canal by Irrigation District, Volume 12, Issue 16 Date=1/31/1999 Story#8
New Attack on Discharges of Ballast Water, Volume 12, Issue 16 Date=1/31/1999 Story#9
Lockyer Seeks Intervention in Tahoe Suit on Engine Ban, Volume 12, Issue 15 Date=1/15/1999 Story#14
Lockyer to Emphasize Environmental Actions, Volume 12, Issue 15 Date=1/15/1999 Story#15
Toxic Hot Spots Plans Near Completion, Volume 12, Issue 15 Date=1/15/1999 Story#16
Caffrey to Step Down as State Board Chairman, Volume 12, Issue 13 Date=12/23/1998 Story#23
State Board Orders Revisions to Discharge Permit, Volume 12, Issue 13 Date=12/23/1998 Story#24
Davis' Advisory Committee on Ag and Water Issues, Volume 12, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1998 Story#11
Environmental Group Proposes Own Comprehensive Bay-Delta Solution, Volume 12, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1998 Story#12
Sierra Club Awarded Attorneys Fees in Lengthy San Diego Litigation, Volume 12, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1998 Story#13
PG&E Delta Plants Under Scrutiny Due to Fish Intake, Volume 12, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1998 Story#14
EPA Adds S.F. Bay Dioxins and Other Pollutants and Streams to State's Section 303(d) List, Volume 12, Issue 11 Date=11/17/1998 Story#3
OSPR Proposes to Allow On Site Burning of Spilled Oil, Volume 12, Issue 11 Date=11/17/1998 Story#4
Surfers Sue Lungren Over Lack of Guadulupe Enforcement, Volume 12, Issue 11 Date=11/17/1998 Story#5
Energy Commission Report Finds that State Can Phase Out MTBE Over Time, Volume 12, Issue 10 Date=10/30/1998 Story#5
Judge Rules Against Santa Ana RWQCB's Permit to Irvine Ranch, Volume 12, Issue 10 Date=10/30/1998 Story#6
BayKeeper to Establish Petaluma River Patrol, Volume 12, Issue 10 Date=10/30/1998 Story#7
Santa Monica BayKeeper Sues Kaiser and Port of L.A. Over Export Terminal, Volume 12, Issue 10 Date=10/30/1998 Story#8
Judge Dismisses Most of Case Challenging Ban of Two-Stroke Engines in Lake Tahoe, Volume 12, Issue 9 Date=10/16/1998 Story#16
Workshop on Proposed Drinking Water Goals, Volume 12, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1998 Story#5
MWD Cautions CALFED Against Abandoning "Isolated Facility, Volume 12, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1998 Story#15
Babbitt Threatens to Intervene in Imperial-MWD-San Diego-Coachella Dispute, Volume 12, Issue 8 Date=9/30/1998 Story#16
Bay Area Refineries Settle Over Selenium Discharges, Volume 12, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1998 Story#11
DeltaKeeper Launches Major Stormwater Enforcement Campaign in Stockton, Volume 12, Issue 6 Date=8/31/1998 Story#12
Legislature Involving Itself in CALFED Choice, Volume 12, Issue 4 Date=7/31/1998 Story#1
State Board to Review Thermal Plan, Volume 12, Issue 4 Date=7/31/1998 Story#4
SWRCB Staff Begins Work on Ocean Plan Update, Volume 12, Issue 4 Date=7/31/1998 Story#5
Modest Penalty in Clean Water Act Case for Sewage Violations, Volume 12, Issue 4 Date=7/31/1998 Story#6
Federal Advisory Commission Recommends Numerous Changes in Western Water Policy, Volume 12, Issue 3 Date=7/17/1998 Story#11
Sacramento Sues State Water Board Over Section 303(d) List, Volume 12, Issue 3 Date=7/17/1998 Story#12
Timetable for CALFED Process Changed, Volume 12, Issue 2 Date=6/30/1998 Story#1
Court Upholds Invalidation of CVP Water Supply Contracts, Volume 12, Issue 2 Date=6/30/1998 Story#2
First Water Utility Reports on Exceedence of PHGs Due July 1, Volume 12, Issue 2 Date=6/30/1998 Story#3
PUC Investigation May Shield Water Suppliers from Lawsuits Over Contaminants, Volume 12, Issue 1 Date=6/18/1998 Story#4
Wilson and Babbitt Jointly Commit to Complete CALFED Process by Year End, Volume 11, Issue 24 Date=5/31/1998 Story#6
State Board Considering Changes in SRF Policy, Volume 11, Issue 23 Date=5/18/1998 Story#14
Caltrans' Statewide Stormwater Permit, Volume 11, Issue 23 Date=5/18/1998 Story#15
New Construction Storm Water Permit Proposed, Volume 11, Issue 22 Date=4/30/1998 Story#1
New Section 303(d) List Could Lead to Environmentalist Lawsuits, Volume 11, Issue 22 Date=4/30/1998 Story#2
State Board to Hold Hearing on SRF Project Priority List, Volume 11, Issue 22 Date=4/30/1998 Story#3
State Board's Changes in Regulations Covering Adjudicative Proceedings, Volume 11, Issue 22 Date=4/30/1998 Story#4
Regional Board's Methodology for Determining Compliance with NPDES Permit Upheld, Volume 11, Issue 22 Date=4/30/1998 Story#5
Workshop on Bay-Delta Water Rights Procedures and Agreements, Volume 11, Issue 21 Date=4/17/1998 Story#6
State Water Board's Guidance on Toxic Hot Spot Plans, Volume 11, Issue 20 Date=3/31/1998 Story#13
DWR Water Plan Predicts Water Supply Shortages to Come, Volume 11, Issue 18 Date=2/28/1998 Story#4
Water Board Adopts Discharge Requirements for Small Wastewater Systems, Volume 11, Issue 12 Date=11/30/1997 Story#12
State Water Board Issues Supplement to Correct Errors in Toxics FED, Volume 11, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1997 Story#14
CALFED to Hold Public Hearings, Volume 11, Issue 10 Date=10/31/1997 Story#15
State Board Modifies Sewage Sludge Order, Volume 11, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1997 Story#17
A.G.'s Office Believes Tiered Water Rates Are Constitutional, Volume 11, Issue 7 Date=9/15/1997 Story#18
Regulations Proposed for Water Recycling Plant Operators, Volume 11, Issue 5 Date=8/15/1997 Story#18
State Board to Consider 1998 Priority List for SRF Loans, Volume 11, Issue 2 Date=6/30/1997 Story#18
Hearing on Delta Water Storage Project Scheduled, Volume 11, Issue 2 Date=6/30/1997 Story#19
DHS Acts to Conform State and Federal Drinking Water Regs., Volume 11, Issue 1 Date=6/15/1997 Story#11
CALFED Beginning to Look At Cost Allocation Options, Volume 11, Issue 1 Date=6/15/1997 Story#12
OEHHA's RFP for Risk Assessment of Drinking Water Contaminants, Volume 11, Issue 1 Date=6/15/1997 Story#13
Case Challenging State Water Board Water Allocation Properly Dismissed, Volume 10, Issue 23 Date=5/15/1997 Story#11
State Board Has Money Available for Water Recycling Programs, Volume 10, Issue 22 Date=4/30/1997 Story#10
CALFED Approach to Impact Analysis, Volume 10, Issue 22 Date=4/30/1997 Story#11
OEHHA Head Grilled at He