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"S everal concerns were raised about the burden on the Park Service of studying all of the rivers and streams in the park for suitability for paddling. Rep. Lummis’ amendment would significantly alleviate this burden by requiring a rulemaking to allow paddling on specific rivers and streams composing roughly 10 percent of the river and stream miles in the park."

Joe Spiering, U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis' press secretary, in an email explaining the Wyoming representative's amendment to her "Yellowstone and Grand Teton Paddling Act,” which was marked up by the House Committee on Natural Resources today.
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