The Salinas RV debate keeps rolling along.
Thursday, November 2, 1995
Resentment of government interference in everyday life is as American as apple pie. Whether the issue is an unwanted tax on tea in Colonial days, or a current Salinas city ordinance governing the parking of recreational vehicle (RV) within the city limits, the debate over the appropriate role of government and the enforcement of laws is unending.
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