Langfeld v. City of San Francisco

January 1, 2016

IRLI represented several City of San Francisco citizens in filing a California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) petition (attached here) asserting that the city did not conform to the CEQA’s requirement to assess a prospective project’s environmental impact. The petitioners alleged that the city shirked its obligation on the Municipal ID Card Project, a program that allowed any person claiming to be a resident of San Francisco, including illegal aliens, to receive an ID card. The petitioners argued that providing ID cards to illegal aliens would have a negative environmental impact on the city by drawing illegal aliens to the city, which would increase the population as well as deplete the city’s public funds and limited environmental resources.

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