SOURCE: The Daily Universe
Whether it’s construction of a proposed oil pipeline across Native American lands or the federal government’s recent decision to downsize national monuments in the West, many people who have lived in these areas for decades say their voices aren’t being heard.
by Keith Makoto Woodhouse
That’s what Trump’s pardon of the Hammonds implies. It’s wildly simplistic.
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