An amendment to the Georgia Constitution to spend more money on trails and parks may be on the ballot later this year. It’s a victory for... Legislative resolutions on the environment have different outcomes

An amendment to the Georgia Constitution to spend more money on trails and parks may be on the ballot later this year. It’s a victory for conservation advocates who lobbied for it for two years in the state Legislature, but another funding issue backed by environmentalists didn’t fare as well.

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