Watch: Utah politicians discuss National Monument review and Antiquities Act

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Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke delivered recommendations to President Donald Trump regarding 26 National Monuments and marine areas in 12 states, including Utah, the Pacific and the Atlantic.

The Sutherland Institute and The Heritage Foundation are hosting a discussion on the National Monuments review and the Antiquities Act with Utah politicians and some constituents who are directly impacted by National Monument lands.

The Honorable Mike Lee (R-UT), United States Senator

The Honorable Rob Bishop (R-UT), United States Representative

Ryan Benally, Member of the Navajo Nation

Bob Meyers, Executive Director, Maine Snowmobile Association

Grant Moore, President, Atlantic Offshore Lobsterman’s Association

Boyd Matheson, President, Sutherland Institute

Matthew Anderson, Director, Coalition of Self-Government in the West, Sutherland Institute

Hannah Downey, Research Fellow, Property and Environment Research Center

Nick Loris, Herbert and Joyce Morgan Research Fellow in Energy and Environmental Policy, The Heritage Foundation (Moderator)

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