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To listen to streaming audio, such as the Commission Meetings page, you need to have Flash installed. See the download for Flash player above.
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Flash is required to view eBooks. See Flash player information below.
Note: The download feature of eBooks does not work with Internet Explorer at this time. We are expecting a solution in the near future. In the mean time, feel free to use an of the other browsers (above) if you want to download the document.
In order to view any pdf documents you need to have Adobe Reader installed on your computer. You can download it for free from the Adobe Reader Web site .
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Many videos on this site require Quick Time in order to play them. You can download it free from the Apple Web site .
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We are now putting our Outdoor Reports and other videos on YouTube. These videos are embedded on our pages. If you get a permission error trying to view a video you probably have access to YouTube blocked on your computer. If you are a state employee you will need to get your security officer to unblock YouTube in order to vie