EDITOR: California is experiencing severe joblessness these days, so why not open up a few of the gold mines and put our young men and women back to work?
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Since we are known as the Golden State, perhaps it is time to prove that point. It is a well known fact that 90 percent of the gold is still here, buried in the mines of El Dorado County.
When the people have jobs, the government gets more tax money and everyone wins.