WASHINGTON/SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (Reuters) - When Republican Congressman Jason Chaffetz of Utah introduced legislation last month to transfer about 3 million acres of federally-held public land to state control, he was bombarded by thousands of angry phone calls, letters and social media posts urging him to back off. (Reuters Politics) More
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Posted on 17 December 2017 | 8:57 am | Google News
Trenni and Tomase - More on Adrian Walker; Sam Kennedy and Alex Cora join the show 12-16-2017
If we have do you re meter right which I don't you guys though we've maxed out and yeah it's like the New York Times thing when trump became president and it was buried in business and jobs. This this is supposed to be aggressive to get 50% of it yeah ...
Posted on 16 December 2017 | 11:21 am | Google News
11 Wellness Trends To Watch In 2018
While Donald Trump announced plans to pull America out of the Paris Climate Agreement this summer, many local governments announced plans to continue moving forward with its goals regardless. As of today, 47 cities have committed to generating 100 ...
Posted on 11 December 2017 | 5:55 am | Google News
Ryan Zinke Is Trump's Attack Dog on the Environment
I wanted to see my former congressman, who has always billed himself as an outdoorsman—and who now oversees more than 400 million acres of federal public land, 700 million acres of subsurface mineral rights, and thousands of offshore energy leases—in ...
Posted on 4 December 2017 | 3:45 pm | Google News
Steph Curry on mention in GOP tax plan: 'Mama, I made it'
House Republicans released their 429-page tax bill on Thursday, the first step toward their goal of rewriting the tax code. Curry, the sole person named in the GOP tax plan, was used as an example in a GOP explanation of proposed changes to pass ...
Posted on 3 November 2017 | 10:10 am | Google News
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Trump's environment chief says 'war on coal is over' as US ends Obama's clean power rules
South China Morning Post
The supreme court put the plan on hold last year following legal challenges by industry and coal-friendly states. Even so, the plan helped drive a recent wave of retirements of coal-fired plants, which also are being squeezed by lower costs for natural ...
Posted on 10 October 2017 | 6:11 am | Google News
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