Two lawsuits this week in Washington federal district court challenge the Trump administration’s moves to dramatically slash the size of two national monuments in Utah.

Hogan Lovells on Wednesday night, representing the California-based outdoor apparel company Patagonia Works and Conservation Lands Foundation, among other clients, filed a lawsuit against various Trump administration agencies. A day earlier, Covington & Burling, advocating for three groups, filed suit against the U.S. Interior Department.

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