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E-Bikes in National Parks Challenged

"WASHINGTON, D.C. — Acadia National Park visitors Phyllis Koenig and David Perel have joined a lawsuit against the National Park Service and Department of the...
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  • Matt Chew: Free Speech With A Price

    • Matt was an Arizona States Parks employee specializing in natural resource preservation. He wrote an essay about the famous Kartchner Caverns entitled “A Theme Park Grows beneath the Ground”, which discussed the trade-offs inherent between high human visitation and natural places. Three days after it was published in the Boston Globe, the State Parks Director ordered him fired because the piece brought “discredit and embarrassment to the State."  PEER lawyered up and quickly got him reinstated. Shortly thereafter, he had... Read More » VIEW MORE VIDEOS »