“‘1. The state isn’t serious about protecting antiquities. . .They’ve documented 8,480 known sites — that means ruins or clusters of artifacts like pots or other items. The vast majority of them date back to before the 1800s….But the state has told Zinke it wants just a tiny fraction of those priceless relics protected under monument status.”
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