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Proposition 21: Vehicle License Fee for State Parks
What Prop 21 would do:

Proposes to charge car owners an extra $18 on their annual registration bill, to go into the state park fund. Cars that pay the charge would have free park admission.

Analysis:

Suppose that an extra was charged to % of California taxpayersvehicle registrations. Park admission would be for those who paid the chargeeveryone.

This would collect an extralose $ million ($ million from the tax, plusminus $ million additionallost revenue from admission) for a total state park budget of $ million. This is not sufficient to maintain the parks, and parks would be shut down at least part-time. This is sufficient to maintain the parks in their current state, but not fund a program to bring safety and cleanliness up to acceptable standards. This is sufficient to maintain the parks in their current state, plus fund a program to bring safety and cleanliness up to acceptable standards over the next years. This is sufficient to maintain the parks and bring safety and cleanliness up to acceptable standards, leaving a $ million per year surplus.

Park attendance would risefall by , to million visits each year.



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