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After Paying the Government, Utah, Colo. parks to reopen amid shutdown; Arizona Grand Canyon still waiting to hear from the gov.

 
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After Paying the Government, Utah, Colo. parks to reopen amid shutdown; Arizona Grand Canyon still waiting to hear from the gov.
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Utah has agreed to pay the federal government $1.7 million to open up eight national parks during the government shutdown, and Colorado will pony up $362,700 to open Rocky Mountain National Park.


But Arizona officials said the Obama administration is still “dragging their feet” in reaching an agreement over the Grand Canyon.

After being battered for its decision-making during the shutdown, the park service is trying to regain its footing, including opening up monuments in Washington and Philadelphia to First Amendment activities, which in essence makes them open to anyone who knows the policy


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