Ken Salazar


Automatic Spending Cuts Could Delay Re-Opening of Statue of Liberty: U.S. Parks Dept.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

The reopening of the Statue of Liberty could be further delayed if automatic budget cuts go into effect on Friday. 

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The Takeaway

Ken Salazar Wants More Landmarks for Minorities

Monday, February 27, 2012

There are thousands of national landmarks in the United States. But less than 3 percent of them are dedicated to members of minority groups, such as Latinos and women. Ken Salazar, Secretary of the Interior and former senator from Colorado, believes more monuments should be created to honor the nation's diversity of heroes. Ken Salazar explains what the department does and how it can be instrumental in being the custodian of America's history.

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Federal Gov't Lifts Ban on Deepwater Drilling

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

The federal government has lifted a ban on deepwater oil and gas drilling in the Gulf of Mexico, more than a month before it was set to expire. U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar made the decision on Tuesday. As The Associated Press reports, critics of the ban, including oil companies, had argued that a six-month moratorium would harm their business.