State management of federal environmental reviews would ignore the interests of millions of Americans and guarantee a flood of court battles.
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Two fallen Wyoming coal mining companies are tossed about in a feud between multinational consultants, while miners and municipalities scramble for scraps
Agency says neither the designation of two new migration corridors, nor the agency’s broader approach to such habitat have been upset by pushback from influential user groups.
Draft EIS for 4,250-well project that anticipates $198 million a year in tax revenue is linked to Wyoming’s plan for discharging treated and tainted water into Boysen Reservoir.
We must consider both the audience and the actors to understand the stage show that American politics have become.