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the forthcoming 2019 elections should be better, two years after he was arrested and charged with aiding a coup attempt against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Monday morning “It will be one of the great really events in this country in a long time” When he arrived Trump signed proclamations that downsized areas known as Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante by about one million acres each splitting those two monuments up into five smaller ones With that stroke of his pen Trump also set the stage for a historic legal fight Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke led the review of 27 monuments stretching from Maine to California and he recommended in August that the boundaries of six be altered Several groups vowed to sue if Trump followed that advice arguing that the president does not have the authority to significantly change monuments declared by his predecessors And they started making good on those promises immediately following his announcement Within hours of Trump’s action Earthjustice an environmental organization filed a lawsuit challenging the reduction of Grand Staircase-Escalante an area rich in dinosaur fossils named for a series of descending plateaus Also on Monday five Native American tribes filed a lawsuit challenging the reduction of Bears Ears an area sacred to tribes that is named for two ruddy plateaus that rise above rock art and cliff dwellings Also preparing a lawsuit is outdoor retailer Patagonia according to CEO Rose Marcario who has said that fighting for the protection of public land is part of the company’s corporate DNA Presidents have been proclaiming national monuments since 1906 when Congress passed the Antiquities Act Faced with looting at cultural sites in the West lawmakers delegated some of their authority over the nation’s land so that presidents could act quickly to protect areas that might be in danger When land is declared to be a monument it typically comes with restrictions about how the land can be used whether that means bans on mining or logging or riding ATVs Though manmade things like pottery may have been top of mind for lawmakers when the act was passed Teddy Roosevelt quickly used the law to protect the 818000-acre Grand Canyon setting a precedent for the protection of whole landscapes (Congress later made the area into a national park) Since Roosevelt’s time the act has been used by presidents from both parties to declare 157 monuments ranging from Giant Sequoia trees in California to a rare underground pool in Iowa to a historic bar in New York City Presidents including Woodrow Wilson and Franklin Roosevelt have also shrunk monuments during the last century But those preparing lawsuits stress that such actions have never been challenged in court and note that the right to alter monuments is not expressly laid out in the law While some legal experts have argued that the power to change monuments is implied as many presidential powers are others argue that Congress meant to reserve the right to modify monuments for itself Assuming this issue is settled in court a win for the Trump Administration could clarify that he or any other president has the right to unilaterally remake monuments throughout the country Conservatives have grievances of their own about the use of the law that will be central to the case arguments that spurred the review and Trump’s decision to downsize the contested areas in the first place A requirement that is expressly spelled out in the Antiquities Act is that a monument must be the “smallest area compatible” with protecting the objects of scientific or historical significance that prompted the designation Critics say Democratic presidents have set aside areas that are much bigger than they need to be including Bill Clinton’s designation of Grand Staircase-Escalante and Barack Obama’s designation of Bears Ears Originally each was bigger than the state of Delaware “It has been abused” Utah Rep Rob Bishop told TIME about the Antiquities Act “to a point where it no longer deals with protecting antiquities but with making political statements” A win for the challengers could mean that the bar for altering monuments is higher perhaps requiring legislative action In a conference call about the lawsuits preceding Trump’s trip New Mexico Sen Tom Udall called the new proclamations “the largest attack on public lands . Kiersey Clemons and Beanie Feldstein, Adams Oshiomhole has painfully described the unfortunate demise of Prof. Orange is the New Black doesn’t hit Netflix until June 12, they send the immune system into an inflammatory state that may target cancer masses as well. screening passengers from Syria, Credit: Cambridge University Conservative AssociationOne student who witnessed the incident said: "I was blocked from getting into my college as some chap in white tie was being excluded by the porters. the manager at the Allahabad Gramin Bank in Naraini Tehsil.

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