Congressman Johnson’s Protect Mount Rushmore Act heard at the House’s Natural Resources Committee

WASHINGTON, D.C.(HubCityRadio)- On Thursday, Congressman Dusty Johnson’s bill “Protect Mount Rushmore Act” was heard by the Federal Land Subcommittee.  The committee is under the House’s Natural Resources Committee.

Johnson told the committee about how teenagers were impressed by the four faces.

Johnson acknowledge that the faces on the mountain has some flaws but were created there because of their strengths.

Johnson discuss what his bill will do.

What Congressman Johnson was referring to was Black Elk Peak which was renamed that from Harney Peak in 2016.

Johnson talked about possibility of the faces going down as seen in elsewhere in the country.

The committee also got to hear from Senator Helene Duhamel from Rapid City.