A proposed constitutional amendment directing state revenue towards conservation land acquisition, management and restoration would not necessarily require more spending on those activities, state analysts say.
Supporters, including a variety of environmental groups, have said the amendment would provide $5 billion for water and land conservation over the next 10 years, or $500 million a year. But the state analysts say the amount depends on decisions that will be made by the Legislature if the amendment passes.
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