Utah’s Congressmen ask Interior to keep parks open
Representative Ben McAdams has added his voice to the Republican members of the US House of Representatives from Utah, sending a letter to the Acting Secretary of the Interior asking for an emergency exception to the federal law that’s shut off federal funding.
KSL Newsradio’s Dan Bammes reports the letters say the parks are at risk even with stopgap funding from the state.
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