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Public Lands

2019-10-22 17:31:31
by Dan McCue
GAO Report Says US Public Land Workers Face Assaults, Threats

WASHINGTON - Federal employees overseeing public lands in the U.S. were assaulted or threatened at least 360 times over a... Read More

WASHINGTON - Federal employees overseeing public lands in the U.S. were assaulted or threatened at least 360 times over a five-year period ending in 2017, a sign of increased tensions between the employees and anti-government groups, the Government Accountability Office... Read More

2019-07-02 19:23:22
by Tom Ramstack
House Democrats Oppose Trump Plan to Expand Uranium Mining

WASHINGTON - House Democrats are trying to block a Trump administration effort to expand uranium mining in the United States.... Read More

WASHINGTON - House Democrats are trying to block a Trump administration effort to expand uranium mining in the United States. The House Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources is considering a new bill that would severely restrict uranium mining. Democrats... Read More

2019-06-21 12:47:32
by Dan McCue
Supreme Court Says 40-Foot-Tall Cross on Public Land in Maryland Can Stay

WASHINGTON - A large, cross-shaped memorial to the dead of World War I that has stood in the grassy median... Read More

WASHINGTON - A large, cross-shaped memorial to the dead of World War I that has stood in the grassy median of a local roadway for nearly a century, can stay right where it is, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday.... Read More

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