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States may open parks closed by Feds
#33720 10/10/13 12:49 PM
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maybe this will set a precedent- reversion to state authority

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Harvey Lankford #33723 10/10/13 01:51 PM
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as it should have been all along.

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tdtz #33724 10/10/13 02:41 PM
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as it should have been all along.

Right. So California could close Yosemite, SEKI, Joshua Tree, Death Valley etc etc along with 70 of its own. Or turn them over to the Visalia Garden and Birdwatching Society.


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saltydog #33725 10/10/13 03:04 PM
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actually, the article states more danger than it seems at first.

the feds keep control, but the states pay for it

wait....I can think of other programs like that

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Harvey Lankford #33729 10/11/13 07:30 AM
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Ending the shutdown is so easy, just repeal Obamacare and the Tea Party will allow the House vote to proceed.

... and fund the Affordable Care Act instead. wink

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