Billionaire petitions US Supreme Court to keep people off beach

By Adam Brinklow : curbed – excerpt Vinod Khoslas, the billionaire founder of Sun Microsystems, is trying to take his ten-year battle to get exclusive access to one of the Bay Area’s most beautiful and coveted public beaches all the way to the US Supreme Court. The San Jose Mercury News reported Thursday that Khosla … More Billionaire petitions US Supreme Court to keep people off beach

“Making CEQA a federal case? Recent actions of California’s Supreme Court and the federal Surface Transportation Board set up a preemption showdown”

“Making CEQA a federal case? Recent actions of California’s Supreme Court and the federal Surface Transportation Board set up a preemption showdown” … More “Making CEQA a federal case? Recent actions of California’s Supreme Court and the federal Surface Transportation Board set up a preemption showdown”