On the 116th anniversary of the landmark Antiquities Act, dozens of green groups are pressuring the administration to protect a unique landscape in West Texas.
The retailers are taking a stand against President Trump's decision to drastically shrink two national monuments.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke reportedly did not request any monuments be eliminated. But some could be dramatically reduced in size.
The president could eliminate as many as 27 national monuments.
This attempt to roll back protections for national monuments is unprecedented and terribly misguided.
Not that that's likely to stop him from trying.
As part of its review, the Interior Department will begin accepting public comment later this month.
Do I really need to list all the reasons why attacking our national monuments is a terrible idea?
"It's not just putting a marker on the site. It's really pointing to how we are beginning to more thoroughly acknowledge our history."