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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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