Category: Federal Agency Overreach
Witnesses highlighted examples of flagrant intimidation met by citizens who refuse to surrender their constitutional rights, land and water rights, grazing permits and other multiple-use benefits.
Such regulations are dear to the national environmental lobby, and thus key to the flow of campaign funds. Is it a coincidence that the rules are expected to take effect during the coming 2016 election year?
Smoking Gun Emails? Almost a 100 pages of emails passed between the EPA and the Driscoll Harvard health study group, starting on July 8, 2014, and extending at least until May 22, 2015
Coal production provides the Navajo Nation with 60 percent of its general fund revenues.
Delisting endangered species is also often subjective. USFW, tasked with assessing and listing potentially threatened and endangered species, often adds species to the list with no clear criteria for recovery.
Two Arizona witnesses provided perspective on how to change the federal government’s approach to wildfires and forest management.
Federal public lands shall become state public lands to be managed in accordance with state and local plans.
Monument-backers know Browns Canyon has been managed since 1980 as a wilderness study area. That’s just about the highest level of protection a piece of federal land can get.
The BLM, in concert with other agencies such as the National Park Service and Forest Service, plans to shut off roughly 1/10 of open American lands to human activity.
Two Utah congressmen say the public needs more time to weigh in on a “sweeping” proposal to designate more than a half-million acres as critical habitat for the Western yellow- billed cuckoo.