NPS’ sneak-attack entrance fee hikes betray larger problem

By John Ruberry Since last autumn's government shutdown, when "Barrycades" blocked visitors from entering National Park Service sites such as Yellowstone, but also open-space plazas such as the World War II Memorial in Washington, the NPS has gone from America's most-loved federal agency to a place among the rest of the Everglades-type muck that is the national … Continue reading NPS’ sneak-attack entrance fee hikes betray larger problem