Elizabeth Goldstein

California State Parks Foundation

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President of the California State Parks Foundation, a private nonprofit partner that advocates on behalf of state parks

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Between the legislature and Governor Schwarzenegger's  line-item veto , 100 of California's 279 parks are at risk of closing.

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