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New Law Could Revamp Historic California Parks

A hiker atop a boulder in Joshua Tree (Via Unsplash)
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On Wednesday, Congress passed the Great American Outdoors Act, which allocates substantial money for the upkeep and expansion of public natural areas across the country, including in California.

It's a big win for conservationists.

“I’m pinching myself. It’s a great day,” said Mark Kramer of the Nature Conservancy.

Once signed by President Trump, California's historic parks could get millions to shore up their crumbling infrastructure.

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