54 National Park Areas Jeopardized Under Bogus “National Security” Bill Advancing in U.S. House

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The H.R. 1505, titled “National Security and Federal Lands Protection Act,” “This legislative proposal is perhaps the most direct assault on national parks ever to be advanced at any level in any Congress in U.S. history. 22 MILLION ACRES OF NATIONAL PARK LAND CONFISCATED BY THE DHS,THE US GOV, WE NEED TO GET THE WORD OUT!
http://blog.ctnews.com/kantrowitz/2012/04/19/54-national-park-areas-jeopardized-under-bogus-national-security-bill-advancing-in-u-s-house/

 

More at:
http://www.winningprogressive.org/tag/hr-1505

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