Jonathan Shapiro

Little Hoover Commission

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Chairman of the Little Hoover Commission, an independent state oversight agency that was created in 1962

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One of California's most valuable assets is the State Park System, which includes coastal beaches, redwood forests and parts of the High Sierra.

Reforming the State Park System

One of California's most valuable assets is the State Park System, which includes coastal beaches, redwood forests and parts of the High Sierra.

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