I'm disappointed with the Administration's decision to change the name of Mt. McKinley in Alaska (1/5)
Pres McKinley was a proud Ohioan, and the mountain was named after him, as a way to remember his rich legacy after his assassination (2/5)
The naming of the mountain has been a topic of discussion in Congress for many years (3/5)
This decision by the Administration is yet another example of the President going around Congress (4/5)
I urge Admin 2 work w/ me 2 find alternative ways 2 preserve McKinley's legacy somewhere else in the natl park that once bore his name (5/5)
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