Both this summer and last, crowds in the Tahoe/Truckee outdoors have wreaked havoc with litter, toilet, noise, parking, trespassing, traffic, erosion, and the pollution of air and water. Would the problems disappear if visitor numbers were limited, or if tourism promoters were defunded? Or can they be solved by other means.
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