Proposed National Monument Riles Utah Locals When former President Clinton declared a national monument in Utah six years ago, many politicians and residents said he was abusing presidential power. Now some of those same critics are asking President Bush to take further steps to protect Western land. NPR's Howard Berkes reports on Morning Edition.
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Proposed National Monument Riles Utah Locals

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Proposed National Monument Riles Utah Locals

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Proposed National Monument Riles Utah Locals

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When former President Clinton declared a national monument in Utah six years ago, many politicians and residents said he was abusing presidential power. Now some of those same critics are asking President Bush to take further steps to protect Western land. NPR's Howard Berkes reports on Morning Edition.

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