On Thursday, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke signed an order to streamline permitting backlogs and delays, and to identify ways to improve access to parcels of federal land that qualify for mineral development.
Federal land managers have adopted a new policy aimed at capping pipes and plastic tubes that unintentionally lead to the deaths of tens of thousands of cavity-dwelling birds and animals that think they've found a new home.
Last week, Ryan Zinke expressed his concerns with the Bureau of Land Management and a Natural Resources Committee subcommittee on the BLM’s inexperience with fracking. Zinke called in to Talk Back on Friday to discuss those concerns.
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