Month: September 2018

Enemies of the State: America’s Mustangs

By Carol Walker  as published on Down to The nation’s wild horses are under siege by oil, gas, mining and other special interests, with total disregard for public lands The still-untamed, Wild West is part of the American fabric, which includes thousands of wild mustangs roaming free […]

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Law Professor: Interior Secretary Can’t Order National Park Service To Weaken Wildlife Regs

By Kurt Repanshek as published on National Parks Traveler “The Secretary of Interior cannot override the (National Park Service) Organic Act conservation mandate, nor can he override the NPS regulations implementing it, which generally prohibit hunting in national parks unless specifically authorized by Congress,” A law professor who […]

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Lawsuit Filed to Stop Barbaric BLM Wild Horse Sterilization Experiments

Lawsuit Filed to Stop “Barbaric” BLM Wild Horse Sterilization Experiments September 21, 2018 Contact: Carol Walker, Director of Filed Documentation  303-588-4749 Portland, OR (September 21, 2018) – Citing violations of the U.S. Constitution and three federal laws, an alliance of wild horse protection and animal welfare advocates filed […]

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