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I saw this on ikite
California State Constitution, Article 10, Section 4 - Forbids individual, joint and corporate landowners from obstructing free navigation. It provides that “the Legislature shall enact such law as will give the most liberal construction to this provision, so that access to the navigable waters of this State shall be always attainable for the people thereof.” It also forbids landowners “to exclude the right of way to [navigable] water whenever it is required for any public purpose.”
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and what exactly does that mean? Does that make it less a law or something? Sorry I still don't quite understand the federal vs state thing...
if it is a national park it is governed under the rules for national parks not California parks. A lot of our waterways are national park lands like GG national recreation area and Don Edwards National wildlife refuge in the s.bay.
yep. Then federal law kicks in.
Which is weird. Being from France I still can't understand how you guys manage playing with both those rules.
Like you can smoke weed in california as long as you have a card...
Even weirder: you can't eat foie gras in california anymore, BUT there is a restaurant in the presidio. Presidio national park federal law you can get served foie gras there.
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What 's the name of the restaurant? I lived in france for many years where I learned how to appreciate foie gras, so I have been crying over the new law.
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