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Concerns over new BLM policies on wild horse sales

Published by Jennifer Auh, Fox 10 Phoenix on Jul 19, 2018

July 18, 2018

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Activists fear mass roundup of wild horses with government rule change

Published by Meena Venkataramanan, ABC News on Jul 19, 2018

July 19, 2018

Wild horses, often considered elegant symbols of the American West, may be in danger with a new rule change by the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management.

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Protesters object to plans to round up 50 wild horses outside Gardnerville

Published by Claire Cudahy, Nevada Appeal on Jul 18, 2018

"Hey hey BLM, why not let our horses stay?" and "We love our mustangs" were the rallying cries of around 50 people protesting a scheduled roundup of wild horses outside the Bureau of Land Management State Office in Reno on Tuesday.

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On the Journey to ‘A Horse With No Name’

Published by Marc Myers, The Wall Street Journal on Jul 18, 2018

In January 1972, the folk-rock band America released “A Horse With No Name,” a loping ballad that many people mistakenly attributed to Neil Young.

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BLM removes 135 horses from eastern Elko County

Published by Elko Daily Free Press on Jul 18, 2018

ELKO – The Bureau of Land Management has removed 135 horses from the range in eastern Elko County, where they were posing a safety hazard to motorists.

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Salt River Wild Horses

Published by Atlas Obscura on Jul 18, 2018

Wild horses running freely beneath a great, open sky is an iconic symbol of the American West, though seeing the powerful animals in person isn’t always a guarantee.

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Wild Horse Advocates explore next step

Published by Kurt Hildebrand, The Record-Courier on Jul 16, 2018

With federal officials a no-show at Thursday's meeting in Fish Springs, residents are discussing bringing their opposition to a plan to round up wild horses in the Pine Nuts to them.

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BLM a no-show in Fish Springs

Published by Kurt Hildebrand, The Record-Courier on Jul 13, 2018

There were around 300 people who gathered Thursday to let the Bureau of Land Management know what they thought about the proposed roundup of the Fish Springs herd.

There just wasn't anyone from the BLM there to hear it.

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Fish Springs community opposes BLM wild horse roundup

Published by Gurajpal Sangha, Kolo TV on Jul 13, 2018

GARDNERVILLE, Nev. (KOLO) -- The Fish Springs community is voicing its opposition to a BLM-proposed plan that looks to remove wild horses from the Pine Nut Mountains Herd Management area.

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CLUELESS OVERSIGHT PROMOTES DAMAGING LIVESTOCK PRACTICES

Published by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility on Jul 13, 2018

Washington, DC —  A House hearing today on federal lands grazing is an exercise in fact-free boosterism rather than serious oversight, according to testimony submitted by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER).  The hearing’s poli

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National Support for the Fish Springs Wild Horses Grows

Published on Jul 12, 2018

150,000 Petition Signatures to be Delivered at Meeting Tonight

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