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One of the most dangerous attacks on New Mexico’s wilderness and cultural legacy is currently underway. Bills working their way through the United States Congress right now could reverse regulations that have protected our treasured national landmarks for more than a century.
By voting for an amendment that would debunk the president’s authority on designating sites as monuments, New Mexico’s own Rep. Steve Pearce has positioned himself on the wrong side of a congressional battlefield with millions of acres of our public lands at stake.
Wilderness Study Areas, Forest Service Roadless Areas, the Antiquities Act and the Land and Water Conservation Fund are all threatened. These ecologically-rich lands serve to inspire, amaze, and educate and are havens for abundant wildlife.
Bandelier National Monument is just one of many natural treasures designated under the Antiquities Act.
In the American spirit of conservation, laws like the Antiquities Act were formed to prevent the destruction of historic, prehistoric, and natural sites, preserving a rich cultural inheritance for generations to come.
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