Is Nothing Sacred? John Yoo Targets National Monuments

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On Wednesday, March 29, the American Enterprise Institute will release a new paper John Yoo and I [Todd Gaziano, Pacific Legal Foundation] wrote, "Presidential Authority to Revoke or Reduce National Monument Designations," which explains why presidential decrees are not "permanent" under our constitutional order, especially not pursuant to the Antiquities Act of 1906. That afternoon on Capitol Hill, Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) is hosting an event in the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Hearing Room on the release of our paper.

If you are in the DC area on Wednesday and wish to attend the event on Capitol Hill, please RSVP to Collin Callahan at or call (703) 647-2112.

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