Monuments review: Secrecy is the wrong way to approach public land discussions and decisions

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Monuments review: Secrecy is the wrong way to approach public land discussions and decisions

Secrecy is the wrong way to approach public land discussions and decisions
This May 23, 2016, photo, shows the northernmost boundary of the proposed Bears Ears region, along the Colorado River, in southeastern Utah. The re-evaluation of the new Bears Ears National Monument and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is part of President Donald Trump’s executive order calling for a review of 27 national monuments established by several former presidents.

Monuments review: Secrecy is the wrong way to approach public land discussions and decisions

This May 23, 2016, photo, shows the northernmost boundary of the proposed Bears Ears region, along the Colorado River, in southeastern Utah. The re-evaluation of the new Bears Ears National Monument and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is part of President Donald Trump’s executive order calling for a review of 27 national monuments established by several former presidents.
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