Trump National Monument Reform Applauded by Free-Market Environmentalists

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“First Step on the Road to Undoing an Egregious Abuse of Power” Repeal Antiquities Act to Protect Property Rights, Promote Economic Prosperity Washington, DC – Environmental experts with the National Center for Public Policy Research applaud President Donald Trump’s order ...
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Trump Asked to Rescind Monument Designations Harmful to Economy, Private Property

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Letter from Free-Market Coalition Urges Comprehensive Overhaul of Antiquities Act "Dramatic Break" Sought to Combat "Abuses That Have Plagued the Program for Decades" Washington, D.C. - Over three dozen free-market organizations, trade associations, businesses, former federal officials and current lawmakers ...
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Free-Market Environmentalists Applaud Trump Relief on Water Regulation

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Elimination of "Epic Federal Power Grab" Will Help the Economy While Protecting the Environment Washington, D.C. - Environmental experts with the National Center for Public Policy Research are applauding the Trump Administration's move to rescind the Obama-era Clean Water Rule ...
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Repeal the Antiquities Act of 1906

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R.J. Smith As people in Utah and Nevada (and other places!) can tell you, it's too bad Congress is so bad at taking advice. With President Obama's new designations of the Bears Ears National Monument in Utah and the Gold ...
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Bears Ears and Gold Butte National Monument Designations: Statement by Bonner Cohen

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The following is a statement by Bonner Cohen, Ph. D., senior fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research, on the designation of the Bears Ears National Monument in Utah and the Gold Butte National Monument in Nevada by ...
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No President Should Be Able to Create a 5,000-Square-Mile National Monument Without Consulting Congress and Affected States

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Reform Needed, Group Says: No President Should Be Able to Create a 5,000-Square-Mile National Monument Without Consulting Congress and Affected States National Center for Public Policy Research Calls on Congress to Repeal 1906 Law that Allows Presidents of Both Parties ...
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Time to Repeal the Antiquities Act of 1906, by R.J. Smith

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With a stroke of his infamous pen, President Barack Obama celebrated the Centennial of the National Park Service (NPS) by using an antiquated federal law to designate 87,563 acres (137 square miles) of north central Maine forestland as the Katahdin ...
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Obama’s Unilateral Maine Action Proves: Time to Repeal Antiquities Act of 1906

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Antiquities Act Allows President to Designate Federal Lands Without Congressional or Local Approval Move Comes After White House Designates Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument in Maine Against Maine's Wishes Move Had Political Impacts, and Was Supported by Environmental Left ...
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Liberal Activists, Mainstream Media, Law Enforcement Bear Partial Blame for Showdown in Oregon that Led to Death of LaVoy Finicum

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Left-Wing Civil Disobedience Often Goes Unpenalized, With Media Complicity Is It Any Wonder Some Conclude Civil Disobedience is a Safe and Consequence-Free Activity? Washington, D.C. - Left-wing activists and news outlets that only partially cover their activities are in part ...
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Oregon Standoff is Just a Symptom of a Much Larger Problem Congress Can Help Fix

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National Center for Public Policy Research Calls for Three-Step Plan to Help Relieve the Rural West Washington, D.C. - As the country continues to focus on the ongoing standoff at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon, the National Center ...
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