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Search Tags: Bureau of Land Management
The Bureau of Land Management wants to halt the practice of swinging from ropes at two popular Utah landmarks. Officials propose a two-year restriction on rope-swinging from the Corona Arch and Gemini Bridges near Moab. They've received complaints that the screaming swingers disturb other tourists. Megan Crandall, spokesperson for BLM in Utah, explained the proposed ban to Tom Temin on the Federal Drive.
For federal rangers in the Southwest, it's been a rough few months with threats of violence and open defiance of their rules. Now a group representing federal employees says their agency, the Bureau of Land Management, isn't being up-front about what it's doing to protect them. Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) has sued the bureau for documents related to a standoff with a Nevada rancher and armed militia members. Daniel Patterson is the southwest director of PEER and a former Bureau of Land Management employee. He joined Tom Temin and Emily Kopp on the Federal Drive to discuss the details of the lawsuit.
On this week's Capital Impact show, Bloomberg Government analysts will discuss overseas business opportunities for contractors, and the impact of the fracking rule on U.S. oil production.
June 13, 2013
Interior Department Secretary Ken Salazar has launched a process that would merge the department's office for mining reclamation with the larger Bureau of Land Management. Salazar said the move is part of the department's continued push for greater efficiencies.
The Bureau's Chief Information Officer tells Federal News Radio how she plans to bring innovation and collaboration to the agency.
CIO Ronnie Levine discusses moving into the strategic functions of the BLM.
Nov. 5, 2009