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April 10, 2014 4:13 PM

Debate about 'pay-to-lay' fees on public lands heats up

The always-contentious issue of pay-to-play on public lands recently became far more heated. Two unrelated developments -- one in Congress, the other in the courts -- could make it more expensive for campers and others to recreate on public lands. At stake, some say, is nothing less than equal access to national parks and forests.

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