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Rep. Grijalva Wants Interior Secretary To Close Bears Ears National Monument To Mining, Energy Development

Though he's probably fighting uphill, U.S. Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva wants members on the House Natural Resources Committee to sign off on a letter to Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke asking that he withdraw the land inside Bears Ears National Monument’s "traditional, lawful boundaries from new oil, gas and mining claims."
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Scofflaw Truck Drivers Prompt More Signage Along Natchez Trace Parkway

“There’s a tractor-trailer on the Parkway,” reported the caller to the dispatcher. “It’s heading north from Highway 82.” This was the eighth call of the day on illegal trucks traveling the Natchez Trace Parkway, but this time, rangers could not respond because they were busy with a motor vehicle collision.
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Plan Carefully If Intending To Visit Glacier National Park This Year

Glacier National Park in northern Montana offers a gorgeous mountainous setting, has amazing displays of wildlife, and an invigorating climate for hiking and boating. And all those things attract millions of visitors, most during the incredibly busy summer months, and that's why park officials urge you to plan carefully if you're intending to visit Glacier.
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Connecting The Dots: Net Neutrality, Burgers, And National Parks

Are net neutrality, burgers, and national parks related? If you've been following the debate over whether Internet access should be equal and free for all, or doled out to the highest bidders and most affluent users, then the following video that boils those concepts down to selling hamburgers likely can be equated to pricing schemes for national park entrance fees.
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