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Defying The ‘Will Of The People’ – How Republicans Will Govern – ‘Hours After State Of The Union, Senate Targets National Parks’

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When Republicans use ‘regulations’ it’s good.

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‘A public opinion survey of more than 1,000 likely 2016 voters, released last week by the Center for American Progress, found that the idea of stopping the creation of new national parks and monuments is one of the most unpopular ideas that the new Congress is considering, with nearly seven out of ten respondents expressing opposition’.

‘Just hours after President Obama’s State of the Union address highlighted the effort to protect more public lands and waters than any other administration, the U.S. Senate is poised to vote on a controversial and unpopular proposal that aims to block the protection of new parks, monuments, and historic sites around the country’.

‘Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer’s (R) proposal, which is being offered as an amendment to a bill that would approve the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, would add additional paperwork and cost to every locally-driven conservation effort that requires federal designation or land purchase by a U.S. agency’.
From : http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2015/01/21/3613649/senate-targets-national-parks/

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