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Secretary Zinke’s proposal to increase entry fees could make parks an exclusive playground

The mission of America’s national parks seems pretty clear. Legislation establishing the National Park Service, passed just over a century ago, said the parks and monuments should “conserve the scenery and the natural and historic objects and the wild life” of parks and monuments“by such means as will leave them unimpaired for the enjoyment of future generations.” Such places should be widely open to visitors. The Park Service is supposed to ensure that nothing “interfere[s] with free access . . . by the public.”

But somehow the people who now oversee the national parks didn’t get the memo. They’re hoping to jack up entry fees at some of the most iconic parks by such enormous percentages that those places will no doubt become less accessible to many.

Earlier this week, Interior SecretaryRyan Zinkeannounced a proposal to more than double entry fees at 17 of the most popular parks during the summer months. Vehicle fees will go from $30 to $70. Motorcycle visitors will see their entry fees spike from $25 (and as low as $12 in some parks) to $50. Per-person rates—for those who arrive on bicycle, foot, or horse—will go from $15 a head to $30.

America’s public lands, rightly celebrated as an inspiring example of the country’s democratic aspirations, are at risk of becoming a gated community.

Here are the names of the parks facing skyrocketing fee increases (on the chance that one of the places is beloved by you): Arches, Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Denali, Glacier, Grand Canyon, Grand Teton, Olympic, Sequoia Kings Canyon, Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Zion National Parks.

You might be asking, What’s this all about?

Zinke claims the fee increases are needed to address the Park Service’s reported $12 billion backlog of maintenance projects. “The infrastructure of our national parks is aging and in need of renovation and restoration,” Zinke said in a statement calling for “targeted fee increases at some of our most-visited parks.”

I have a hard time believing Zinke’s concern about the infrastructure backlog when, at the same time, he and President Trump are proposing a budget that would cut spending on the Park Service by 13 percent and reduce staff by up to 1,200 employees. Zinke’s deferred maintenance anxiety feels a bit disingenuous—enough crocodile tears to match Yosemite Falls.

And while it’s true that some park facilities are badly in need of repair, the whole maintenance issue is a bit of a red herring. According to a report from the Center for American Progress , about $400 million of the backlog should actually be paid for by the concessionaires like Aramark and Xanterra that are making a killing on selling hot dogs at the visitor centers. Nearly half of the Park Service’s list of needs, close to $6 billion, is just for four roads in a handful of parks.

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It's important to discuss the signs and symptoms of low blood sugar with your child. Even younger kids who can't verbalize symptoms should learn how to alert their parents when they don't feel well. This will help kids make the connection between how they feeland the need for treatment. Kids also should know when and how to find an adult for help.

Some people with diabetes don't have or can't sense the early warning signs of low blood sugar, a condition known as hypoglycemic unawareness . They're at greater risk for not recognizing the need to get treatment for hypoglycemia promptly. This could lead to more serious symptoms, such as loss of consciousness or seizures, as their blood sugar falls.

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Whenever you save a page or post in WordPress it creates a revision . This occurs in both drafts and already published posts that are updated.Revisions can be helpful in case you need to revert back to a previous version of your content. However, they can also hurtthe performance of your WordPress site. On large sites this can add up very quickly to thousands of rows in your database which are not necessarily needed. And the more rows you have the larger your database in size, which takes up storage space . Follow the steps below on how to delete, limit, and disable WordPress revisions for faster performance.

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It is not uncommon for older sites to have 100+ revisions on their main pages. This is simply due to years of editing and updating content. Let’s say for example a site has 700 pages or posts with150 revisions on each, this would be over 100,000 entries in the database. This happens a lot more frequently than you might think. Thankfully, there are a couple easy optimizations you can make to ensure this doesn’t hurt the performance of your site.

If you are starting a new site, you can skip to the next section as you won’t have existing revisions. If you are on an older site, the first thing you will probably want to do is cleanup and delete the hundreds or thousands ofWordPress revisions. This is where a lot of the magic happens, and you can free up space in your database. If you are trying to do this with a MySQL query, be very careful as there are a lot of bad snippets of code floating around the WordPress repository forums with bad information. Many suggest queries that sometimes delete a relationship needed to make dashboardlinks work.

We recommend using the free Optimize Database after Deleting Revisions plugin. It uses the built-in WordPress term functions, which is the correct way to do things. We don’t recommend the WP Optimize plugin, even though it is very popular. Itis on our banned list of plugins as it has been known to cause issues for some Kinsta users.

Running any type of database plugin could break your site if not done correctly. We always recommend backing up your MySQL database beforehand. If you are not comfortable doing this, please check with a developer first.

Step 1

Download and install the free Optimize Database after Deleting Revisions plugin. As of writing this, the plugin has over 90,000 active installs with a 4.8 out of 5 rating. You can download itfrom the WordPress repository or by searching for it within your WordPress dashboard under “Add New” plugins.

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Click into the plugin settings of “Optimize Database” and input the date of the time for which you want to delete revisions. In our example, we did any revisions that are older than 1 day. Below, select the “check all tables,” which will exclude them from being optimized.We are not wanting to do anything else in this tutorial other than delete revisions, we will dive into optimization in another tutorial. Scroll down and click on “Go to Optimizer.”

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The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law announced its plan to provide legal observers and jail support during the Families Belong Together Rally set to take place on Saturday, June 30, 2018 at Lafayette Square in Washington, D.C.

Kristen Clarke, president and executive director of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, issued the following statement condemning the lack of diversity on President Trump’s short list of Supreme Court nominees following the announced retirement of Justice Anthony M. Kennedy:

Kristen Clarke, president and executive director of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law issued a statement on the fifth anniversary of the landmark Shelby County v. Holder Supreme Court 5-4 decision, which gutted Section 5of the Voting Rights Act.

Kristen Clarke, President and Executive Director of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, issued a statement following the U.S. Supreme Court’s 5-4 judgement in Abbott v. Perez, overturning a lower court’s finding that Texas intentionally discriminated on the basis of race in redrawing its congressional and state political districts after the 2010 census.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Kristen Clarke, President and Executive Director of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, released the following statement following the release of the Office of Management and Budget’s plan that outlines a major overhaul of the executive branch, including the merging of the Education and Labor departments into one federal agency.

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Blog June 13, 2018

Dialogue on Race and Policing Series Launches in Baton Rouge

The July 2016 death of Alton Sterling at the hands of two Baton Rouge police officers and the subsequent decision by the Louisiana Attorney General and Department of Justice to not prosecute these officers added new chapters to the long, troubled history between local law enforcement and the city’s minority communities. For many Baton Rouge residents, these are not seen as isolated instances of injustice. Rather, they are part of the systemic pattern of law enforcement misconduct in interactions with marginalized communities that had gone unacknowledged for far too long. Others in the community, though, believe the officers acted reasonably under the circumstances. They view the ensuing civil protests, like other criticism of the police, as largely unjustified.

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Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law Condemns U.S. Department of Education’s Decision to Delay Critical IDEA Regulations That Combat Disproportionate Discipline for Special Education Students

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