On March 7, the Senate voted 51-48 to nullify the BLM Planning 2.0 rule, which updated the decades-old planning process for our public lands, gave the public greater input, and improved the outlook for countless cultural resources and archaeological sites on public lands. The House of Representatives passed the measure (H.J. Res. 44) in February by a vote of 234-186. President Trump is expected to sign the measure overturning the rule in its entirety and prohibiting a similar rule in the future. This action by Congress is a disappointing step backward for efforts to preserve and celebrate the rich heritage of our public lands.