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“When you save national monuments, there’s a sanctity to it,” says Brinkley. Yoo, a University of California, Berkeley law professor, is a frequent TV commentator on presidential authority, and.

If they go down that road, it is a very, very difficult path. John Ruple, University of Utah law professor, on attempts to roll back a national monument Ruple, the Utah law professor, said he saw.

Vermont Law professor Hillary Hoffman joins Host Steve Curwood to discuss the legality of altering these protected and popular spaces. CURWOOD: It’s Living on Earth, I’m Steve Curwood. After four.

May 15, 2018. But a President's legal authority to modify or eliminate monument. F. Gaziano, of the Pacific Legal Foundation, and John Yoo, a professor at. According to the National Park Service, the Act provided “the first general legal.

Jul 6, 2017. Trump has the right to reverse the national monuments without an act. They believe a president can permanently designate federal land as a monument. John Yoo is a law professor at UC Berkeley and a visiting scholar at.

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Dec 29, 2016. WATCH: The newly-designated Bears Ears National Monument protects a landscape rich in towering rock formations and Native American.

May 2, 2017. have the legal authority to rescind a national monument designation. would need to deal with a more recent law, these law professors said.

Jun 9, 2017. The President may act to create a national monument, but only Congress. A. Presidents lack legal authority to shrink national monuments. *Mark Squillace, Professor of Law, University of Colorado; Eric Biber, Professor of.

SEE MORE VIDEOS In today’s era of supersensitive political correctness, we are being subjected to a kind of cultural cleansing — most visibly with calls for the removal of monuments perceived.

All national monuments are managed according to plans that. specializes in public lands and natural resources law. Hillary Hoffmann, a professor at Vermont Law School, focuses on natural and.

Aug 24, 2017. Can the President unilaterally get rid of a national monument that. But on the other hand, John Yoo, a law professor at the University of.

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Feb 27, 2019. Research Professor of Law and Wallace Stegner Center Fellow at the. The President's Power to Reduce or Repeal a National Monument.

Apr 26, 2017. The law that authorizes the president to create national monuments is at risk. Here's a. Bears Ears National Monument, Utah. Photo: Bob.

Mar 22, 2019. Bears Ears National Monument — the 1.3 million-acre version. came in response to questions moderated by U. law professor Robert Keiter,

Harvard Law professor Laurence H. Tribe tweeted a photo of tanks arriving. Truman once delivered an Independence Day.

law professors and archeological groups, were wrong to claim the president had "revoked" or "abolished" the Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments. Both monuments still exist,

Plus, law professor John Ruple explains the legal arguments against cutting the monuments in the first place. Check out some photos from Bears Ears National Monument below. Stuart Sumida’s sons.

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Jun 20, 2017. In reaching this sadly predictable view, Zinke makes several legal. An estimated 90 percent of Bears Ears National Monument overlaps with.

The Antiquities Act does not expressly authorize the president to revoke or modify national monuments; therefore, he lacks that power. Legal analysts, such as Pacific Legal Foundation’s Todd Gaziano.

He is Jeffrey Bain Faculty. Law at Lewis and Clark Law School, where he teaches public lands law, among other natural resources courses. Late in his second term, former President Barack Obama.

Bears Ears National Monument is a United States national monument located in San Juan. Legal scholars have argued that the reduction is not authorized by law, and several federal lawsuits have been filed challenging Trump's action. Professor Charley Wilkinson from the University of Colorado, who had a "long.

The removal of Confederate monuments around the U.S. has spurred an ongoing national dialogue and physically. and history at the Duke University School of Law on Wednesday. A panel of four Duke.

The Giant Sequoia National Monument in the Sierra Nevada of California. Letter from 121 law professors from all over the country, in support of our national.

If they go down that road, it is a very, very difficult path. John Ruple, University of Utah law professor, on attempts to roll back a national monument Ruple, the Utah law professor, said he saw.

He is Jeffrey Bain Faculty. Law at Lewis and Clark Law School, where he teaches public lands law, among other natural resources courses. Late in his second term, former President Barack Obama.

Feb 18, 2017. The newly-designated Gold Butte National Monument in Nevada. University of Nevada, Las Vegas law school professor Bret Birdsong served.

Dec 6, 2017. in Utah, including cutting Bears Ears National Monument (establi. Greg Ablavsky is an assistant professor of law at Stanford Law School.

Dec 2, 1980. the power to designate a national monument, it does not allow for. John Yoo is Emanuel S. Heller Professor of Law at the University of.

We agree that our national monuments deserve better. s unseemly efforts to suppress the value of monuments and promote their exploitation. As law professors, we disagree with the editorial’s.

BLM recently released planning documents illustrating the outline of a management strategy for the five new units of the modified Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments in.

Sep 28, 2018. Plus, law professor John Ruple explains the legal arguments against cutting. Credit: Stuart Sumida A crew at Bears Ears National Monument.

Professor. UCLA Law Environmental Law Clinic, University of California, Los Angeles Eric Biber was an associate attorney with Earthjustice from 2003-2006, where he worked on litigation relating to.

Drafted and circulated an amicus brief, in which 69 law professors signed, of the Interior on the proclamation of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument.