Newspaper's Pendley rejection offers cover to Sen. Gardner
A Colorado newspaper in the city the Bureau of Land Management will soon call home is now formally opposing President Trump's nomination of William Perry Pendley to lead the agency.
'Mr. Pendley must go': Group urges senators to reject nominee
A national conservation group yesterday asked senators to schedule confirmation hearings "as quickly as possible" and reject William Perry Pendley, President Trump's nominee to lead the Bureau of Land Management.
Confirmation would add little to Pendley's job description
Senate confirmation would give President Trump's nominee to lead the Bureau of Land Management an active role in policy decisions. But technically, there's little William Perry Pendley could do as the permanent BLM director that he's not already doing in his current roles, legal experts say.
Lawsuit: Pendley must step down while awaiting confirmation
A revised lawsuit by two advocacy groups says the Bureau of Land Management is violating federal law if it allows William Perry Pendley to serve as its de facto acting chief while he awaits Senate confirmation to become its permanent director.
Senate Republican: Pendley to face 'very tough questions'
President Trump's nomination of William Perry Pendley to lead the Bureau of Land Management is little more than an election-year ploy to appeal to supporters, according to two former BLM directors who served in Democratic and Republican administrations.