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California group launches 'call to arms'

Recreational Boaters of California is urging boaters throughout the state to contact their legislators about the proposed elimination of the Department of Boating and Waterways.

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is submitting a reorganization proposal that, if passed, would eliminate the department by this spring.

RBOC has issued a “call to arms” that includes contact information and key points for e-mails and letters to the governor’s office and state legislators.

Click here for the governor’s proposal.

Click here for the RBOC’s release.

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