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PNS Daily News - April 26, 2017 


Among the stories we are featuring today: National monuments at risk under an expected executive order; the latest on negotiations to avoid a government shutdown; and attempts to overturn Citizens United ramp up.

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Public Lands/Wilderness

Paying $85 million for increased pollution and a few jobs doesn't make sense. That's the message from critics of a bill moving it's way through the ...Read More
It's a "wild thing" going on at many West Virginia churches -- a discussion and sometimes a sermon about wilderness. Setting aside and caring for ...Read More
Conservation groups and the oil and gas industry have collaborated on new legislation to help the West Virginia "track the tracks" made by the indust ...Read More
If some is good, then more is better? That seems to be the Bureau of Land Management philosophy when it comes to gas well drilling in the Pinedale ...Read More
Mt. Hood may get some important new federal wilderness protection this year. Although they hail from different political parties, Oregon Senators Ron ...Read More
For communities in Northern Colorado that depend on hunting, tourism and ranching, a new Bureau of Land Management plan to open up the majority of ...Read More
Canned hunts, game farms, shooter bull operations. It's a growing industry in Idaho that the legislature takes a closer look at this week. A ...Read More
Eight out of 10 Montanans oppose turning Montana's Lolo Peak into a ski resort, according to analysis of public comments by the Sierra Club ...Read More
Schools, wildlife habitats, trail repairs, public safety and forest fire control efforts are all poised to take a hit in Washington. The "Secure ...Read More
Las Vegas, NV - Action by Congress in late 2006 not only protected half a million acres of Nevada wilderness, but it also set an important ...Read More
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