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Zinke vs. Zinke on national monuments

Conflicting statements from the Interior Secretary show his review lacks consistent criteria, rigorous analysis

A quick look at Secretary Zinke’s comments shows he can’t even keep his own story straight, often using identical reasoning to argue for maintaining protections at some monuments, while eliminating monument acreage from other sites.

The secretary would like to hear from all sides.
Monument supporters rally at the Utah State Capitol | Photo by Tim Peterson

It is clear the result of Secretary Zinke’s national monument review is preordained. His statements show the review is completely arbitrary and devoid of rigor. Secretary Zinke seems to be treating the review of each monument like a Magic 8-Ball — he’ll keep shaking it until he gets the answer he wants.

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