State Parks Funding

June 10, 2012 12:00 AM

Nonprofit groups scramble to keep California state parks afloat

Dozens of California state parks struck down by the budget ax are slated to close their doors in three weeks. Yet that process remains so unsettled that even state officials can't say with certainty how many parks will actually close.

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