Senate Republicans Lead the Way in CEQA Reform for California

Sacramento – Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones (R-San Diego) and Senate Minority Caucus Chair Janet Nguyen (R-Huntington Beach) have emerged as influential leaders in the effort to reform the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). Their unwavering commitment to finding bipartisan solutions for the state’s housing, infrastructure, and environmental challenges has earned them praise and recognition.

The California Senate Republicans have long been advocates for CEQA reform, recognizing the need to address the shortcomings of this complex legislation. With Governor Newsom’s recent announcement of sweeping changes to CEQA, Senators Jones and Nguyen express their excitement and support for the opportunity to collaborate with the governor and their colleagues across party lines.

Senator Jones emphasizes the importance of Governor Newsom’s action, expressing his enthusiasm for the commitment to facilitate the construction of much-needed housing and infrastructure projects. The senator’s eagerness to work in a bipartisan manner reflects his dedication to finding comprehensive solutions that tackle the multifaceted issues facing California, ranging from homelessness to housing and water infrastructure.

Senator Nguyen highlights the pivotal role of California Senate Republicans in leading the CEQA reform movement. Their extensive legislative track record serves as a testament to their unwavering dedication to move California forward. By streamlining the CEQA process, their objective is to expedite the construction of housing, enhance water storage capacity, and develop sensible infrastructure projects within reasonable timeframes, all while avoiding costly legal settlements.

The achievements of Senate Republicans in spearheading CEQA reforms are evident through their legislative efforts over the years. Their commitment to finding practical and efficient solutions for the state’s challenges is commendable. To learn more about the bills introduced by Senate Republicans in relation to CEQA, follow this link for additional information.

Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones and Senate Minority Caucus Chair Janet Nguyen are shining examples of effective and forward-thinking leadership. Their dedication to bipartisan collaboration and their vision for a better California serve as an inspiration for fellow lawmakers and citizens alike.

California Senate Republicans Eager to Work with Governor Newsom on Bipartisan Solutions for CEQA Overhaul

SACRAMENTO – Senate Minority Leader Brian W. Jones (R-San Diego) and Senate Minority Caucus Chair Janet Nguyen (R-Huntington Beach) have released the following statements in response to Governor Newsom’s announcement of sweeping changes to the problematic California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) today:

“California Senate Republicans have been advocating for CEQA reform for years. We are thrilled that Governor Newsom is finally taking action and we support his commitment to help build more housing and infrastructure projects. We remain eager to collaborate with the governor and our colleagues across the aisle in a bipartisan manner to fix California with solutions that address our state’s myriad issues ranging from homelessness to housing to water infrastructure,” said Leader Jones.

“California Senate Republicans have been at the forefront of the CEQA reform movement for years,” said Senate Minority Caucus Chair Nguyen. “As evidenced by our extensive legislative track record, we are eager to move California forward in this arena so we can build more housing, water storage, and sensible infrastructure projects in a reasonable timeframe and without costly settlements.”

California Senate Republicans have led the charge on CEQA reforms for years and our legislative track record proves it. Click on this link to learn more about our bills on CEQA that we have introduced over the years.

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