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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The State Attorney General and the Department of Finance are investigating the discovery of $54 million in so-called "hidden assets" in the State Parks Department.  That's more than…

State Parks, 'Hidden Assets' and Public Trust in Government

The State Attorney General and the Department of Finance are investigating the discovery of $54 million in so-called "hidden assets" in the State Parks Department.  That's more than…

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Proposition 21  would establish an $18 surcharge on vehicles when they’re registered every year, commercial vehicles and trailers excepted.

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Proposition 21 would establish an $18 surcharge on vehicles when they’re registered every year, commercial vehicles and trailers excepted.

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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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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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