President Trump announced the decision to shrink the Bears Ears, a sacred tribal site in Utah, and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments by more than 1.1 million acres and more than 800,000 acres, respectively. Today we examine the decision, its impact, and what that means for the future of national monuments in the United States in the Trump Era and beyond.
- Dino Grandoni, Energy 202 Reporter, The Washington Post
- Todd Gaziano, Executive Director and Senior Fellow for Constitutional Law, Pacific Legal Foundation's D.C. Center
- Matthew Anderson, Director, Sutherland Institute's Coalition for Self-Government in the West
- Gavin Noyes, Executive Director, Utah Diné Bikéyah