Congressman Stewart: Land management is not a zero-sum game

Al Gore applauds President Bill Clinton while in Arizona as he designates nearly 2 million acres in southern Utah a national monument

In 1996, President Bill Clinton used the Antiquities Act to lock up nearly 2 million acres of Garfield and Kane Counties. And it’s worth remembering that Clinton didn’t even have the courage to announce the monument in Utah — he did it across the border in Arizona.

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Southern Nevada running out of big chunks of developable land, officials say

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Feds taking backwards approach to fighting wildfires

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Federal Employees Sentenced in Colorado Poaching Incident

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New Mexico fire started by feds has rural residents devastated, angry

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Bureau of Land Management planning rule blasted in oversight hearing

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Excessive land ownership by feds hurts Western states

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Current data confirms states manage public lands for recreation better than feds

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Report: States manage public lands for recreation better than feds

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Restoring Healthy Forests, Preventing Dangerous Wildfires

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