Monument upgrade to park concerns McInnis

Former U.S. Rep. Scott McInnis speaks Monday at a meeting of Mesa County Republican Women, where he expressed reservations about Colorado National Monument being upgraded to a national park, including the effect on the Grand Valley if stricter federal regulations were a result.



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Former U.S. Rep. Scott McInnis speaks Monday at a meeting of Mesa County Republican Women, where he expressed reservations about Colorado National Monument being upgraded to a national park, including the effect on the Grand Valley if stricter federal regulations were a result.

Former Colorado Congressman Scott McInnis is concerned making Colorado National Monument a national park would mean a boost in headaches, not tourists. McInnis spoke on the issue at a Mesa…




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