In the News October 31, 2014

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Today's Headlines: The celebration of the sesquicentennial of Nevada’s ‘statehood’ may be a bit premature; A Public Lands Controversy In The Great American West; Group wants environmental reviews ahead of grazing; The BLM fails to provide public records; Legal scholars challenge underpinnings of Utah’s public lands campaign

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In the News October 30, 2014

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Today's Headlines:  Washington v. the People:  The Solution to Today's Land War; Land of the Free, or Land of the Federal?; No, The Transfer of Public Lands Does not Mean "Privatization"; Bureaucratic blunder of San Gabriel Mountains National Monument:  Guest commentary; Opportunity Lost?  I don't think so...;

 

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In the News, October 29th 2014

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Today's Headlines: Sen. Reid quietly moves to block development of 800,000 acres in central Nevada; Ranchers talk transferring fed's land to states; State Sovereignty at Its Most Basic: Control of Land; Feeling pushed by lands ‘poll’? Sutherland Soapbox, 10/21/14

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In the News October 28, 2014

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 Today's Headlines: 

Community defends against wildfire; Climate change not responsible for altering forest tree composition; Salvage logging begins after 35,000-acre Oregon wildfire

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In the News October 24, 2014

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Today's Headlines: Cattlemen express concerns about wilderness area use designations; Western Legal Group Faults Endangered Species Act Regulations; Beauprez Pins State’s Success To Local Control, Hands-Off Government; County to present its case for transfer of federal land; Guest opinion: States would do better job of managing federal lands; Wyoming outdoors: Access program opens private land to hunters; November kicks off burn season; Commentary: Grazing opponents' statements misrepresent facts

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In the News Sept. 22-Oct 19, 2014

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Today's Headlines: EPA water proposal is stirring up Senate race; House Candidates Zinke & Lewis Battle Over Public Lands; Klamath County Proclamation on the Transfer of Public Lands Act; Interior secretary urges Congress to act; Forest Fires Versus Radiation: A Lesson on How to Fail; Why is the U.S. importing coal?; PLC to explore states' involvement in public land management; Forest Service can’t hide its road closure plans

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In the News October 16-21 2014

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Today's Headlines: Commissioner pleads not guilty to charges stemming from ATV protest ride; Richard Leib: Just Leave Us Alone; Simpson Makes Another Run at Central Idaho Wilderness; Grazing Wars: Grass March Cowboys Ride to Capitol Hill; SAN GABRIELS: Locals have mountains of questions on new monument; Lawmakers vent to feds, assert forest fire inaction; The West’s Fight for Self-Government; BLM Employees Charged Taxpayers $799,000 for 'Gift Cards'; Commissioner Leads Charge For County to Jump in Water Lawsuit; Harvey attends American Lands Council conference

 

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