the latest bounce

Jenkins, Matt
November 2005
High Country News;11/28/2005, Vol. 37 Issue 22, p3
The article reports developments in the West U.S. Richard Pombo, Representative of California, is ready to reopen the U.S. coast for offshore drilling. Nevada's neighbors are finding increasing evidence to back their claims that the Silver State's gold mines are spewing mercury across Western States in the U.S. The grazing fees that the federal government charges ranchers for using public lands don't even cover one-sixth of the cost of running the grazing program. Federal district judge Donald Molloy has flamed the Forest Service for refusing to analyze the environmental impact of the fire retardant used by its air tankers.


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