For years, Rob Bishop was the most powerful man in Congress on National Parks. As Chair of the House Natural Resources Committee, he decided on national parks priorities and budgets. Under Robby, the backlog of infrastructure issues in Utah's national parks got worse. Our park's routine maintenance and improvements were ignored.
Now the White House wants to reduce spending on the National Park Service by 15%, or $481 million, even as the service has said it is facing a more than $11 billion maintenance backlog.
Hey Rob instead of contemplating how to run for Governor--how about thinking about getting our Mighty 5 the help they are in desperate need of receiving?