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    Thumbs down AMA objects to unilateral action by the Administration for National Monument designat

    As a reminder change up the letter and lets gets some writing done!


    http://capwiz.com/amacycle/issues/al...02531&queueid=[capwiz:queue_id]


    AMA Objects to Unilateral Action by the Administration for National Monument Designation

    AMA objects to unilateral action by the Administration for National Monument designation without public debate!

    Take Action!

    Contact your Senators and Representative to Oppose!

    A recently obtained internal document from the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) shows the Obama Administration is considering a recommendation to designate over 13 million acres of public and private lands in 11 western states as National Monument areas without any public debate. The western states are Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. This unilateral action by the Administration could potentially prohibit off-highway riding in the affected areas.

    The American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) sent a letter in response to this internal document to DOI's Secretary Ken Salazar, dated February 18, opposing the recommendation to designate areas as National Monuments without any public input. In the letter, the AMA strongly recommended to the Secretary to "reconsider this approach and urge you to reach out to potential affected user groups, local and state elected officials and Congress for input before the disposition of any proclamations pursuant to the Antiquities Act of 1906 (Act)."

    The AMA opposes any unilateral executive declarations that do not allow full public debate on the disposition of public lands. Indeed, each of these designations deserves to be considered individually to allow time for thoughtful deliberation and input from affected user groups, local and state elected officials and Congress before any proclamations are made pursuant to the Act. The AMA urges its members to contact their federal elected officials and request that they oppose the Administration's efforts to designate areas as National Monuments without congressional input.

    You can find contact information for your elected officials at AmericanMotorcyclist.com >Rights > Issues & Legislation, then enter your zip code in the "Find your Officials" box. Additionally, a prewritten e-mail is available for you to send to your federal elected official immediately by following the "Take Action" option and entering your information.

    Please write or call your Senators and Representative today and ask them to oppose the Administration's efforts to designate areas as National Monuments without public or congressional input.

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    Re: AMA objects to unilateral action by the Administration for National Monument desi

    THIS IS HUGE! They were not able to get the Red Rock Wilderness Bill thru, so they are running an end around congress. Totalitarian Liberals at their finest. We know what is good for your whether you like it or not. Write Those Letters!
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    Re: AMA objects to unilateral action by the Administration for National Monument desi

    Letters sent earlier...
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    Re: AMA objects to unilateral action by the Administration for National Monument desi

    Thanks guys, we need letters send em

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    Re: AMA objects to unilateral action by the Administration for National Monument desi

    done
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    Re: AMA objects to unilateral action by the Administration for National Monument desi

    Here is an article
    http://www.sltrib.com/news/ci_14426730

    and here is the document explaining what they want to ban us from.
    http://robbishop.house.gov/UploadedF...esignation.pdf
    It's like an LJ... only bigger.

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    Re: AMA objects to unilateral action by the Administration for National Monument desi

    Done when I saw the article online, crazy ish going on
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