President Donald Trump ผ้าปูที่นอน 5 ฟุต ราคา ถูก had ordered the Interior Department to examine whether 27 national monuments designated by past presidents could be reduced or rescinded to make way for oil and gas drilling and other economic development. The results have not been announced, but a leak of the review obtained by the Washington Post shows the Interior Department will recommend shrinking some sites, including Bears Ears, a 1.35-million-acre wilderness that the Navajo and other tribes consider sacred. “We are prepared to challenge immediately whatever official action is taken to modify the monument or restructure any aspect of that, such as the Bears Ears Commission,” Attorney General of the Navajo Nation Ethel Branch told Reuters. Branch said the tribe believes changing the boundaries of Bears Ears would violate the Antiquities Act, a century-old law that protects sacred sites, cultural artifacts and other historical objects. Former President Barack Obama designated Bears Ears a national monument under the Antiquities Act shortly before leaving office, at the urging of the Navajo and four other Native American tribes. The move pleased conservationists, but angered Republican lawmakers from the state. Utah lawmakers want to shrink the monument to one-tenth of its size to make way for expanded economic activities, according to records obtained by the Salt Lake Tribune. Trump has said past presidents abused the Antiquities Act and put too much land off limits to development. In a memorandum Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke sent to Trump and leaked to media this week, Zinke recommends shrinking Bears Ears and three other monuments and modifying the way 10 monuments are managed. In the memo, Zinke recommends Trump ask Congress to pass legislation creating a tribal co-management structure to oversee cultural resources at Bears Ears.
Stalker jailed and 13 others before the courts Get the latest local news straight to your inbox every day JACK Hyner, 26, of Jefferies Avenue, was sent to prison for 12 months after pleading guilty to two counts of stalking and causing serious alarm or distress. He was also made the subject of two separate restraining orders. Leigh Curwen, 20, of Welcombe Avenue, pleaded guilty to assault when he appeared in Swindon Magistrates' Court. He was given a 12 month conditional discharge, told to pay a £20 victim surcharge plus £85 towards the cost of the prosecution. Matthew Arman, 36, of Tintagel Close, Toothill , pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention down Tewkesbury Way in April. He also admitted having insufficient tread on his tyres. He was fined £140, told to pay a victim surcharge of £30 plus court costs of £85. He was also given eight points on his driving license. Bartosz Kalun, 29, of Cricklade Road, pleaded guilty to fraud after attempting to return stolen items to clothes retailer Charles Tyrwhitt. He was told to undergo 100 hours of unpaid work within the next 12 months and pay £500 in court costs. He was also told to pay an £85 victim surcharge for the separate offence of stealing £10 worth of food from Aldi.
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