Congressional bill would make Casa Grande Ruins 10 acres larger

A two-story house at the Casa Grande National Monument in Coolidge/Sean/Flickr
A two-story house at the Casa Grande National Monument in Coolidge/Sean/Flickr

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U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, D-Arizona, has reintroduced bipartisan legislation to expand the boundaries of the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument in Coolidge.

Co-sponsors of the bill are Arizona Representatives Paul Gosar, Raul Grijalva and Ruben Gallego. Kirkpatrick, Gosar and Grijalva, along with now-retired Rep. Ed Pastor, made a similar push in the 113th Congress with the support of Coolidge Mayor Tom Shope and Casa Grande Mayor Bob Jackson.

Kirkpatrick’s legislation, HR 1077, would expand the boundaries around the Great House and its Hohokam village – adding potentially 10 acres or more to the National Monument.

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