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Published: Wednesday, March 27 2013 6:25 p.m. MDT

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Durham, NC

But I thought the national parks were the problem... not a solution. What gives?

HS Fan
Salt Lake City, UT

But if the parks were turned over to the state of Utah we could sell them out to Disneyland or Exxon and subsidize the public education of 4 or 5 more kids for every family.

American Fork, UT

I thought Herbert believed the National Parks would be better used as oil drilling grounds?

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

Ah, the typical leftist lies and distortions. been watching too much MSNBC and the feeding tube from the DNC is still in place, I see.

Guy Smiley of Utah
St. George, UT

I resent the push for more and more tourism. The national parks in our State are over-run with visitors already. There is so much pressure, the parks are losing their pristine beauty. The cost of maintaining the parks has risen so much that entry fees are no longer reasonable or affordable for the people who live here! All this just to bring in more money. Not a good trend! Hey, Herby and State Congressmen! Look what you are doing to our quality of life!

USS Enterprise, UT

To "UtahBlueDevil", "HS Fan", and "andyjaggy" you should go back and read the bill. Utah does not want the national parks. They want those to remain in the National Park system.

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