ZION. DENALI. MOJAVE. CANYONLANDS. DINOSAUR. GRAND
STAIRCASE-ESCALANTE. THE ARCTIC REFUGE. These are some of
America’s most beloved national parks and public lands. They share
rare wildlife, clear waters, and awe-inspiring majesty.
They share something else, too. They are all in the
cross hairs of a plan to authorize counties and states to bulldoze
and pave thousands of miles of new roads, and to open these lands to
development and off-road vehicle interests. The tool of choice to
damage and degrade our national treasures is
Revised Statute 2477, an
obscure, repealed, Civil War-era law that could allow industry and
its political allies to argue that long-forgotten or little-used
foot and animal tracks, or illegal off-road vehicle ruts, are
“constructed highways” that state and local governments can control.
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America's Redrock Wilderness from bogus highway claims today.
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