These two losers voted against House Bill HR 2497 to establish Camp Amache in Southern Colorado as a unit of the National Park Service. This camp located outside of Granada, Colorado was site of a WWII Japanese Internment camp.
The full bill reads as follows:
Amache National Historic Site Act
This bill establishes the Amache National Historic Site in Colorado as a unit of the National Park System to preserve, protect, and interpret for the benefit of present and future generations resources associated with the incarceration of civilians of Japanese ancestry during World War II at Amache, also known as the Granada Relocation Center, and the military service of incarcerees at the Granada Relocation Center.
The National Historic Site shall not be established until the date on which the Department of the Interior determines that a sufficient quantity of land or interests in land has been acquired to constitute a manageable park unit.
After Interior makes such a determination, it shall publish in the Federal Register notice of the establishment of the historic site.
Interior may acquire by donation, purchase, or exchange any land or interests in land located within the boundary of the Camp Amache National Historic Landmark.
Any acquired lands or interests in land shall be included within the boundary of the historic site.
Interior must prepare a general management plan for the historic site.
Interior may enter into agreements with
- public or private entities to establish and operate facilities outside of the exterior boundary of the historic site for administration, visitor services, and curation of personal property; and
- other public or private entities to carry out this bill.