It appears that the plan to double the cost of getting into national parks was a no-go. After Americans submitted 100,000 comments, the Department of the Interior is apparently backing off plans to raise fees.
The Washington Post first reported the story over the weekend.
The proposed increase would have raised the week-pass fee to get into the two Montana Parks, Glacier National Park and Yellowstone Park to $70.
Read the entire story here: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2018/04/02/americans-tell-interior-to-take-a-hike-over-proposed-national-park-fee-increase/?utm_term=.d907673381eb
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