On March 29, the California Superior Court tentatively released a ruling on a case challenging a provision of state law that allows lawsuits filed under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) to go directly to a state court of appeal, rather than trial court. The judge, who said from the bench that the law was unconstitutional, will release a written decision soon. The law, which sunsets in January 2015, pertains to projects that are certified to be environmentally friendly by the governor, that have no net increases in emissions, and that have over $100 million in investment by completion.