Parks Scandal Shines Spotlight on Prior Year Budget Spending

Recent revelations about the Department of Parks and Recreation hiding $54 million dollars while threatening to close 70 state parks in the 2011-12 budget raises questions about other budget assumptions.    These revelations come as California started a new fiscal year on July 1st and taxpayers can take a closer look at last year’s actual spending now that the books have closed on the 2011-12 Budget. 
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