Not so fast on that national monument!
Alaska Sen. Murkowski’s bill would require congressional approval before a president could ‘lock up’ public lands and waters
For Petroleum News
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, has introduced legislation to make it tougher for presidents to designate new national monuments.
The bill, titled the Improved National Monument Designation Process Act (S. 2608), would “block the Obama administration from unilaterally using the Antiquities Act t....
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