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Stop the demolition!
Stop the demolition!
Stop the demolition!

California lawmakers are bulldozing ahead with a costly plan to demolish the East Annex, block public access to the West Steps, and destroy Capitol Park.

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Preserve our right to assemble on the West Steps and to exercise our constitutional freedoms.

Now is not the time to burden taxpayers with a $1.4 billion debt for the next 30 years. It’s time to increase public safety and rehabilitate the historic East Annex, not demolish and replace it.

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November 14, 2022

Save Our Capitol! Argues $1.2B+ Capitol Annex Project Fails to Adequately Analyze and Mitigate Project Impacts

By Save Our Capitol!

“No one is questioning the critical need to improve and modernize the historic Capitol Annex; however, we maintain that the Capitol Annex Project’s Environmental Impact Report (EIR) fails to comply with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)..."

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November 11, 2022

Capitol Annex Project’s Environmental Impact Report Violated CEQA by not Analyzing Alternative Solutions

By Save Our Capitol!

“DGS and JRC’s suggestion that the Project will not adversely impact historic resources on the west side of the historic Capitol... is not supported by substantial evidence."

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November 10, 2022

What Else Are Our Elected Officials Doing In Secret?

By Paula Peper and Richard "Dick" Cowan

"This is probably the most secretive project I've been associated with, including I built hangars for the Stealth Fighter in the middle of Nevada."

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Stop the Billion Dollar Demolition and Rebuild Project
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Stop the Blockade of the West Steps and Plaza

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Save Our Capitol!

Save Our Capitol! is working to preserve the historic Capitol and its surrounding Park, including hundreds of irreplaceable trees. Alternatives exist to make the Annex safe without spending $1.4 billion to excavate the West Steps, build a new parking garage, and demolish-and-rebuild the Annex, which is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

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