Charles Wilkinson

Law professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder

 Law professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder

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Today Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke sent President Donald Trump his recommendations for changes to more than two dozen national monuments, including San Gabriel Mountains.

How might the national monuments in California change?

Today Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke sent President Donald Trump his recommendations for changes to more than two dozen national monuments, including San Gabriel Mountains.

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