Congresswoman Cheney protects the legacy of Devils Tower

WYOMING – With various efforts underway to rename Wyoming landmark Devils Tower, Congresswoman Liz Cheney has introduced legislation to ensure the current is protected.

Cheney this week reintroduced legislation to preserve the name of the national monument Devils Tower in Wyoming

“The name Devils Tower is over a century old and represents one of the most well-known, beloved geological features in the nation,” Cheney said. “The bill I reintroduced this Congress protects the legacy of Devils Tower by taking the first step towards codifying the name in statute. The historic site attracts tourists from across the globe and provides revenue to our state’s communities. I look forward to working with the Wyoming delegation to protect the name of this historic site.”

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