Gary Toebben

Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce

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President and CEO of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce and member of the Let's Rebuild California coalition

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Ronald Reagan advocated small government but, 43 years ago, he signed the  California Environmental Quality Act , abbreviated as CEQA.

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After eight years of controversy, the LA City Harbor Commission has  unanimously approved a new cargo facility  to transfer containers from ships to train cars instead of trucks using…

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