Lyndsey Gilpin

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Reporter for High Country News, a nonprofit news organization covering the American West

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The Superintendent of Yosemite is stepping down amid  allegations  of sexual harassment and gender bias at the park.

Yosemite chief resigns as national parks face gender bias charges

The Superintendent of Yosemite is stepping down amid allegations of sexual harassment and gender bias at the park.

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