Bundy to Biden: Stay away from my cattle
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy is vowing to once again "walk towards guns" should the incoming Biden administration attempt to collect on more than two decades of debt from trespass fines and unpaid grazing fees.
Haaland, Regan meet with outdoor industry groups
Outdoor industry leaders pressed incoming White House officials yesterday on their priorities for the new Biden administration, including proposals to conserve undeveloped land and water and expand access for recreation.
Emails reveal Interior infighting over @RealDonaldTrump
A government watchdog group is accusing Interior Department officials of pushing agency staff to disseminate "pro-Trump" messaging — emphasizing the president's personal Twitter account — ahead of the 2020 election, citing newly disclosed internal emails and text messages.
Va. Republican bids to limit growth of federal estate
Virginia Republican Rep. Morgan Griffith this week introduced the latest iteration of his "Acre In, Acre Out Act," which aims to prohibit the federal estate from growing larger.
Western lawmakers vow to fight Biden agenda, recruit Dems
Republican leaders of Congress' Western caucuses unveiled what may appear to be an incongruous agenda for the 117th Congress: vowing to stand firm against the incoming Democratic White House while at the same time urging their membership to "lean into" bipartisanship on Capitol Hill.