SILVER SPRING, MD –January 11, 2018—The government shutdown has now stretched 21 days tying the longest shutdown in history, with no end in sight. As a result, our National Parks and other public lands are suffering. Widespread reports of overflowing trash and toilets, damage from trespassing on restricted areas, and limited emergency response have made…
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Author: Wesley Trimble