NM group seeks BLM director’s removal

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“He has been outspoken about transferring the management of federal land to private ownership,” Deubel said. “That should disqualify him from running a public land agency that manages 240 million acres.”– jtl, 419

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mentioned Alphabet Soup agencies as being 14 carat communists. 
“He has been outspoken about transferring the management of federal land to private ownership,” Deubel said. “That should disqualify him from running a public land agency that manages 240 million acres.”– jtl, 419

By Theresa Davis / Journal Staff Writer   at the Albuquerque Journal

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The New Mexico Wildlife Federation is calling for the removal of acting Bureau of Land Management director William Perry Pendley.

Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt appointed Pendley through an executive order on July 29. NMWF joined the National Wildlife Federation and all of its western affiliates to protest Pendley’s appointment in an Aug. 7 letter to Congress.

“Put simply, (Pendley) believes public lands should not be in public hands,” the letter reads.

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