Protect Our National Monuments

Bills to Watch

HR 3990

If passed, this bill would allow the president to shrink existing national monuments without consulting Congress, limit the size of new monuments, and stop the creation of new marine monuments.

HR 871
The bill would not only restore the areas excised from the monument by Trump, but also add additional land included in the Bears Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition's original proposal, bringing the monument from its current size of 200,000 acres to 1.9 million. That acreage would include more than 100,000 Native American archaeological sites of cultural and scientific value.
S 367

The America’s Natural Treasures of Immeasurable Quality Unite, Inspire, and Together Improve the Economies of States (ANTIQUITIES) Act of 2018 reinforces Congress’ intent in the Antiquities Act of 1906: only Congress has the authority to modify a national monument designation.

Representatives

Rep. Greg Gianforte

Washington, DC Office: (202) 225-3211

Senator Jon Tester

Washington, D.C. Office: (202) 224-2644

Senator Steve Daines

Washington, D.C. Office: (202) 224-2651

MT Legislature

To leave a message for your legislator (both Reps and Senators): (406) 444-4800