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Short Take: California looks to shorten lines with portal

California residents can register their car, buy a fishing license or make a camping reservation at a state park without waiting in long lines starting Monday. The state has launched a new Web portal, where residents can take care of mundane, state-related business without leaving their computers. The site also lets people personalize their own California Web pages. The $2 million project was completed in 110 days.

California residents can register their car, buy a fishing license or make a camping reservation at a state park without waiting in long lines starting Monday. The state has launched a new Web portal, where residents can take care of mundane, state-related business without leaving their computers. The site also lets people personalize their own California Web pages. The $2 million project was completed in 110 days.