Save the Parks means Rob the OHV Fund

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Save the Parks means Rob the OHV Fund

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There is a proposal that will be voted on May 23 in Sacramento that will "SAVE STATE PARKS". That sounds great doesn't it? Well yes, EXCEPT the proposal TAKES $21million out of our OHV "Trust Fund" and gives it to State Parks.

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Ya, I just put in for $90 (3x$30) bucks so we could do the Mono Lake/ Mammouth Mountain area on our Quads. California is such an over the top place for geo......... The sad part is the Moon Beam crowd is comming our way. Nevada. :(

The train wreck is a comming............
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All Hands on Deck: Call these two state senators and tell them to vote "NO." It only takes a couple of minutes to call.

Also, Gov. Brown is stating that California has a $16 billion shortfall. The announcement is the precursor to the November proposition to for "us" to vote to raise our taxes from 7.75% to 9% (% may very in some areas). California's fiscal problem is escalating.
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