Illinois' proposal for entry fees at state parks is seen as a sign of the times
(MCT) — At Starved Rock State Park, Wanda Boggs prepared sandwiches Tuesday on a vast lawn in front of the visitor center as two of her grandchildren huddled in sweaters against a cool breeze. Another grandchild checked their fishing poles along the Illinois River, and other young people peered through telescopes at eagles gliding across the sky.
None of the families paid a penny to get into the park, but that could soon change.
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