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$1.4T APPROPRIATIONS FOR FY2020

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Who: George Cahlink | READ STORY >>>

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What: As many as 80% of the 159 BLM staffers in D.C. who are being moved to the new headquarters in Grand Junction, Colo., or to other state offices from Alaska to Arizona, plan to reject the reassignment orders and either retire or find another job at the Interior Department or other agency in Washington.

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