Obama to expand national monument on California coast: White House

President Barack Obama will expand a national monument in California this week to add about 1,665 acres of Pacific shoreline, the White House said on Saturday. Obama on Tuesday will add the federally owned Point Arena-Stornetta Public Lands to the California Coastal National Monument, about 100 miles north of San Francisco, said a White House official who declined to be named. President Bill Clinton established the California Coastal National Monument in 2000 to protect coastal resources.

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