The defeat of a piece of state legislation that would have made it significantly easier for the California Coastal Commission to fine violators elicited frustration last week from environmental organizations and accolades from agricultural groups.

Assembly Bill 976 would have allowed the commission, made up of 12 appointed members, to impose fines on landowners violating the Coastal . . .

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