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The Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) has almost certainly funded something that you personally enjoy -- whether maintenance of a hiking trail or access to a favorite hunting or camping spot. In Arizona, LWCF invested more than $243 million over the last five decades in Arizona and supported over 30 projects to improve public lands in the state, which include improvements to all three of Arizona’s national parks.

Arizonans understand what is at stake and Congress should too. Our public land are vital to our economy and recreation. U.S. Representative O’Halleran must protect the Land and Water Conservation Fund and fight for the full and permanent funding it deserves.

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NATHAN REES

Flagstaff

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