Published: Tue, December 05, 2017
Markets | By Noel Gibbs

Trump Signs Proclamation In Utah, Reducing Monuments

Trump Signs Proclamation In Utah, Reducing Monuments

The Antiquities Act of 1906 gives the president authority to establish national monuments, largely to thwart looting of archaeological sites.

President Trump will on Monday announce plans to slash the size of two U.S. national parks, provoking fury from environmentalists, native american tribes and conservationists.

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On Monday, Trump announced that his administration would reduce the size of two national monuments: Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante, each more than a million acres in size.

Mr Trump will travel to Salt Lake City to make the announcement at a rally on Monday.

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Utah's Republican leaders say the monuments declared by Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton locked up too much federal land, but the planned changes have angered tribes and environmentalist groups who have vowed to sue.

"It is heartbreaking that President Trump is taking away needed protections from treasured public lands".

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"It is short-sighted for the president to elevate the fleeting value derived from extracting a little more oil or coal from these lands over the timeless value gained by preserving America's most precious places for wildlife and our families for generations to come". "An attack on one national monument is an attack on every national monument".

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