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Arlington National Cemetery expansion stalled in hopes of saving old trees

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Plans to expand Arlington National Cemetery were stalled at least temporarily following a public uproar over the potential removal of 900 Civil War-era trees, forcing officials to reconsider plans for the future of the nation's premier resting place. The Army Corps of Engineers released a report in December that recommended removing 890 trees to make room for 31,000 additional grave sites on a...

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