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June 22, 2014 12:00 AM

California military museum closes amid disputes

With little notice or fanfare, the California State Military Museum in Old Sacramento shut its doors in March, amid a turf war between the nonprofit foundation that operates it and the California Military Department that oversees it. The conflict, in addition to state budget constraints, left the museum unable to stay afloat.

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