Teddy Roosevelt's legacy of 400 national parks may be "America's best idea," but some two-dozen national monuments are another matter. Miners, loggers and some residents in Western States are angry that past presidents limited use of millions of acres of public land. President Trump says Clinton, Bush and Obama, abused their power, and he's reportedly ready to shrink the size of some protected areas — if he can. We hear about disputes including industrial and recreational interests, environmentalists and Native American tribes.
Are national monuments on the chopping block?
Darryl Fears - Washington Post - @bydarrylfears, Sharon Buccino - National Resource Defense Council - @sharonbuccino1, Nicolas Loris - Heritage Foundation - @niconomistloris, Mark Squillace - University of Colorado Law School - @marksquil