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WHITE HOUSE:

CEQ chief to step down in February

Nancy Sutley, the chairwoman of the White House Council on Environmental Quality, will leave her post in February. One of the longest-serving Obama administration leaders on environment and energy issues, Sutley is planning to return to her home in California "for a well-deserved break before pursuing other opportunities in the environment and energy arena," according to a CEQ official.

SPOTLIGHT

1. PROPERTY RIGHTS:

Wyo. man takes 'rail trail' fight with Forest Service to Supreme Court

FOX PARK, Wyo. -- Floor-to-ceiling windows in Marvin Brandt's two-story cabin offer a panoramic view of the snowy, wind-swept Medicine Bow forest. The scene reminds Brandt of his father's sawmill that once produced rail ties for the Union Pacific Railroad. The mill is long gone, and -- to Brandt's eye -- his view is ruined by a Forest Service bicycle trail that runs behind his property, then bisects his 83-acre tract, which is about 50 miles west of Laramie.

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