department of interior
“The level of frustration is growing daily," one conservation advocate said.
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The Washington state Republican would oversee decisions about energy development and public lands.
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A rule advanced by the Obama administration was intended to regulate fracking on public and tribal lands.
Latinos are a growing political force and not one tied simply to partisan definitions. On conservation matters, support is
For more than 30 years, I have been unearthing problems with the way the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) sells coal that belongs to the American people. Rather than serving the interests of the American taxpayer and the climate, the federal program has done what's best for coal companies.
If we do not intercede now, in its next 100 years the National Park Service will be presiding over a shell of what we inherited.
"If there's a coal mine on a reservation, let's use it."