The fallout from the election continues to ripple through California -- and it's especially impacting our state parks. Voters turned down Proposition 21, an $18 fee on vehicle registration that would have generated $500 million or so for the 278 parks throughout California. So what happens now?
We put that question to reporter Paul Rogers, who covers science and environmental issues for the San Jose Mercury News and KQED’s Quest.
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