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The Dept of the Interior finally has someone with a smidgeon of sense!
Last year the interim appointee, Hoffman, who was cut from the same mold as his predecessor, Norton, wrote policy to open all national park roads to snowmobiles protected livestock grazing in the parks, and authorized religious signs throughout the parks, among other horrendous decisions. Today's paper carries an article about new Secretary Kempthorne who has overturned all that crap. This time the draft came directly from the park service, not the Interior Dept and places wildlife needs, resource protection, and preservation at highest priority. It's about time!

neIN, Zone 5
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