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Potential nominee to lead USBLM would prioritize “local needs,” endorse NMon cuts

Wyoming-based property rights attorney Karen Budd-Falen recently vowed that if she is confirmed to lead the Bureau of Land Management, she will “advocate for local government involvement,” criticizing an inside-the-Beltway mindset that she said currently pervades land-use planning.


Budd-Falen, who confirmed to E&E News last month that she is under consideration to become BLM’s next director, also endorsed the Trump administration’s push to reduce national monuments and questioned whether two Utah monuments were “lawful to designate” (Greenwire, Oct. 6).


http://www.wyofile.com/potential-blm-chief-vows-push-local-input-reduce-monuments/

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