Grand Canyon, Other Parks, to Be Reimbursed for Funds Spent in Shutdown

From: Havasu News

“The National Park Service said it will reimburse parks, like the Grand Canyon, that were forced to dip into local maintenance funds to remain partially open during the recent five-week government shutdown. While they welcomed the reimbursement, advocates said parks should never have been put in the position of using their own funding to stay open – and they wondered what will happen if the government shuts down again next week.”

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