The Ministry of the Interior has been working to change the protection of lollipops from June 2017, when former Secretary Ryan Zinke signed an order that federal and government states strengthen "communication and cooperation … with the general aim of preserving the wise man" also does not prevent " local economic opportunities, "the Bureau of Land Management reports.
Efforts have been focused on changing the guidelines for land use in the West that were introduced by the Obama administration in 2015 to protect the bird's place of residence.
Under Zi nke, Inter asked 11 states they thought they had to make plans by 2015, and seven said they thought they should be modified according to BLM. The department's working group recommended that the grid was not protected under the Act on Endangered Species and proposed to change the land tenure guidelines in the states that indicated that they should change plans.
The states that have been affected by the new plan for sanitizers are Oregon, Colorado, Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, Nevada and northeastern California.
House of the Committee on Natural Resources Chairman of the Commission, Raul Grihalva, Democrat of Arizona, called these changes "work on our environment," the statement said.
"As part of its current campaign to transfer state land to fossil fuels, this administration rejects the protection of the angler who is created by many stakeholders through a lengthy and advisory process," said Grishwala. "It seems obvious that customers who have fulfilled the responsibilities of Secretary of David Burnhardt will receive more than any of this review."
Representatives of the Ministry of Internal Affairs opposed the fact that the new policy demonstrates how the state and the federal government can work together to protect wild birds and not hinder economic development.
"From the very beginning of these efforts, all partners have supported the need to preserve the sage and to be angry, and also to avoid the need to list endangered or endangered species," said Brian Stod, deputy director of the BLM on politics and programs. " We also share a commitment to conservation that does not jeopardize the West community and which balances regulation and access. "
Public calendars show that Bernard attended at least three meetings of staff related from m dretsyamy wise, at least one of which includes employees who interacted with IPAA this issue or met with representatives of the group.
IPAA and other groups specifically thanked Bernhardt for refusing to regulate the interior and said they are looking forward to working with the agency to review the wisdom land use policy.
Bernhardt's spokesman stated in his statement that he had completely fulfilled his withdrawal of agreements, and some supporters of the energy industry argued that such regulatory refusals were part of what Trump was chosen for.
Western values ct deputy director Jason O'Neill stated that the Trump administration "broke their agreements with the West" by accepting these changes.
"The changes have been rigged from the outset on the order of the same special interests of both oil and gas groups, which Bernhardt is presented as a lobbyist, despite the concern of the former western governors and over half a million votes that asked them to fulfill the original agreement," said O & # 19; Nil in his statement.
Scott Bronstein CNN, Kurt Devine, Drew Griffin and Audrey Esch contributed to this report.