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National Parks Service To Use Entry Fees For Operations Amid Shutdown

Newsy Monday, 7 January 2019
National Parks Service To Use Entry Fees For Operations Amid ShutdownWatch VideoThe National Park Service will tap into entrance fees to help pay for some operations, but critics have said the move could be illegal. 

Acting Interior Secretary David Bernhardt signed a memorandum on Saturday allowing park managers to use money from entry, camping, parking and other fees to schedule extra...
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The Interior Department acting secretary signed a memorandum allowing park managers to use entry fees to schedule extra staff.

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