The Greedy Old Party is set to sell or give away all National Lands that aren't actual National Parks.
Last week, the United States Senate voted 51 to 49 to support an amendment to a nonbinding budget resolution to sell or give away all federal lands other than the national parks and monuments.
... it followed a 228-to-119 vote in the House of Representatives approving another nonbinding resolution that said “the federal estate is far too large” and voiced support for reducing it and “giving states and localities more control over the resources within their boundaries.”
The measures, supported only by the Republicans who control both houses,... laid down a marker that America’s public lands, long held in trust by the government for its people, may soon be up for grabs.
... these public lands provide enormous economic benefits.
In 2013, the country’s national parks, wildlife refuges, monuments and other public lands had an estimated 407 million visits, which contributed $41 billion to the economy and helped to support 355,000 jobs, according to a report by the Department of the Interior last year.