William Perry Pendley
Sens. Steve Daines and John Barrasso, who had no concerns about an anti-public lands ideologue overseeing federal land, say Rep. Deb Haaland is too “radical.”
The backdoor appointment of an extremist to run the Bureau of Land Management has put the president's public lands agenda at risk.
National Public Lands Day is Saturday.
The entire Senate Democratic Caucus has called for William Perry Pendley to be removed from his leadership post at the Bureau of Land Management.
William Perry Pendley has led the Bureau of Land Management for more than a year without ever facing the scrutiny of a Senate confirmation process.
Conservationists and Senate Democrats ardently opposed William Perry Pendley as permanent chief of the Bureau of Land Management.
William Perry Pendley's record makes him "unfit" to permanently head the Bureau of Land Management, the lawmakers informed the White House.
Either Cory Gardner and Steve Daines back an anti-environment extremist and outrage public land advocates, or they oppose him and face Trump's wrath.
William Perry Pendley says his personal views and past actions are “irrelevant” when it comes to leading an agency that manages more than one-third of all federal land.