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Patagonia Wants You to Pay for Rich People to Hike: New at Reason

There are better ways to pay for hiking trails than taxpayer money. "The President Stole Your Land." That was the message, in stark white letters against a black background, that replaced the usual bright-colored images of puffy jackets and backpacks on the outdoor retailer Patagonia's website last month. "In an illegal move," the text continued, "the president just reduced the size of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments.
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