Mount Rainier at dusk in January 2012. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says he’ll ease the impact of potentially huge National Park Service budget cuts by shifting more resources to the “front line,” but offers little detail. (Ellen M. Banner/Seattle Times/TNS)

Big national park budget cuts coming, but details elusive

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