Mr. HECK of Washington. Mr. Speaker, it's a beautiful day back in my hometown of Olympia, Washington--of course it's raining cats and dogs, but that's what passes for beauty in our corner of the world.
It's a beautiful day at the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge near Olympia, and it's a beautiful day at Mount Rainier National Park, which you can see from my neighborhood. But Mr. Speaker, if we don't replace sequestration, I'm worried about how many more beautiful days there are ahead.
If we don't replace sequestration, then some of the 7.5 million visitors who are scheduled to visit one of our 13 national parks aren't going to be able to. They have already announced that they are closing the Ohanapecosh Visitors Center at Mount Rainier. All of this because Congress can't--or won't--do its job.
Mr. Speaker, it is a beautiful day in Washington State, but I don't know for how long.