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Miranda Green is Los Angeles based freelance reporter covering California and the West. Previously she reported from Washington, D.C. for 7 years on energy, environment, climate and political issues, writing for The Hill, CNN, Scripps News and The Daily Beast. Follow her on Twitter @MirandaCGreen
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The Interior Department is leaving it up to individual parks whether they close. While some may have hoped to escape there for fresh air, the momentum is headed toward closings.
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