Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke thinks that some of the places designated as national monuments in the past two decades are overprotected. Banning economic activity within these monuments, he says in a memo obtained by the Washington Post and Wall Street Journal, isn’t necessary to “protect specific objects.” He’s wrong – especially when it comes to…
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