Californians Love Taxes, Not Government ReformSteven Greenhut
March 29 (Bloomberg) -- A funny thing happened after California officials announced the shutdown of 70 state parks in the face of an estimated $33 million in budget cutbacks: Private companies, wealthy donors, nonprofit organizations and local governments came up with ways to keep many parks open.
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