San Francisco Chronicle columnist John King argues that California is falling behind when it comes to smart growth.
"California seems focused on administrative pieces rather than overall statewide planning... "The new trend is for states to set policy on growth goals and then use money or regulations to enforce them. We're not a national innovator anymore," says Fulton, who concedes that California's sheer size tends to smother reform."
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