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Chadwick wrote:The link at the bottom of the page that your link leads to is very interesting.AverageGuy wrote:http://blog.trcp.org/2016/06/15/opening-shots-fired-as-house-considers-public-land-transfer-legislation/
AverageGuy wrote:Bruce the point of my post is to urge others to contact their members in Congress and tell them voting Sportsmen do not support selling off or transferring Federal Lands.
Trump has been elected, debating his merits before he even takes office accomplishes nothing and is off the subject of what I tee'd up.
Bruce Schwartz wrote:Chadwick wrote:The link at the bottom of the page that your link leads to is very interesting.AverageGuy wrote:http://blog.trcp.org/2016/06/15/opening-shots-fired-as-house-considers-public-land-transfer-legislation/
the sponsor of the bill, Don Young, is always trying to get more land into (Alaska) state hands so they can use the weaker state laws to exploit timber for profit. All the ruckus about shifting stuff to the states just exposes whatever program to folks where there is no money or expertise in dealing with it. Say what you want, but I don't see anything good coming from Trump or his cabinet picks with respect to our environment, either nationally, or globally. I'm cautiously optimistic about his Interior pick but time will tell. I look to see more fracking on public lands, loss of portions of Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, reversal of Obama's national monuments, etc. Sad.
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016 ... vironment/
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