By M.D. Kittle | Watchdog.org
While the Environmental Protection Agency appears to be backing off its push to pre-emptively kill a proposed copper and gold mine in Alaska’s bush country, the agency is pitching an array of conditions that could stifle the project.
Friday’s proposed list of restrictions, subject of a public comment period through Sept. 19, [...]
New Mexico’s Game Commission unanimously approved a proposal banning drones to help hunters track down big game.Read More →
A glance at a map showing the percentage of state land owned by the federal government shows a remarkable difference between the East and the West.Read More →
By M.D. Kittle | Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON, Wis. – Asserting that the Environmental Protection Agency is setting a dangerous precedent that could stifle development everywhere, the state of Alaska is seeking to intervene in a lawsuit challenging the EPA’s use of a potential mine-killing provision.Read More →
MADISON, Wis. – Critics of the Environmental Protection Agency have long been, well, critical of the EPA’s public position on Alaska’s Pebble Mine project.
The federal agency has for years claimed that native Alaskan tribes have led the campaign for EPA action, including invoking a provision that would preemptively kill the proposed multi-billion dollar copper in gold mine in southwest Alaska’s bush country.
New emails obtained by the Washington Times seem to shoot holes in the public assertions of the doth-protest-too-much agency.Read More →
By Josh Peterson | Watchdog.org
Arizona lawmakers are one step closer to being the first state to ban helping the National Security Agency.
The state’s Senate Government and Environment Committee passed out of committee on Monday the Arizona Fourth Amendment Protection Act, which would ban state help to the NSA and forbid evidence collected without a warrant [...]