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"We want to wrap this, we want to get it done," Mojave National Preserve spokeswoman Linda Slater said of the controversy. "No cross can go up until the exchange is complete."
Mojave National Park spokeswoman Linda Slater explained, "The Park Service has regulations about people putting up memorials. You can't just go to a park and put up a memorial to a family member."