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American Wild Horse Campaign and Salt River Wild Horse Management Response to the Arizona Republic Series

Published on Mar 28, 2017

Arizona's largest newspaper is promoting a five-part series and video documentary on the wild horse issue, "America's Love Affair with Wild Horses: Loving the Land and Wild Horses to Death." Be

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Nevada lawmakers press BLM for public lands answers

Published by Benjamin Spillman, Reno Gazette-Journal on Mar 24, 2017

The BLM’s big role in everything from grazing to mining to energy production means state politicians of all stripes have a stake in understanding and influencing the agency on behalf of their constituents.

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Judge Sends Wyoming Horse Roundup Plan Back for More Review

Published by Associated Press on Mar 23, 2017

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A federal judge in Cheyenne has ordered the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to re-evaluate plans for a wild horse roundup in central Wyoming.

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Budget losses show secretaries lack White House sway

Published by Corbin Hiar, Kevin Bogardus and Christa Marshall, E&E News reporters on Mar 22, 2017

The leaders of energy and environmental agencies are quickly learning the limits of their power.

Despite publicly vowing to fight proposed budget cuts and to defend certain programs, the heads of U.S. EPA and the Interior and Energy departments lost their battles with the White House.

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BLM Wants Earlier Wyoming Wild Horse Roundup

Published by Associated Press on Mar 21, 2017

RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — A U.S. Bureau of Land Management official says he’d like to round up excess wild horses from an area southeast of Riverton later this year.

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Idaho’s wild horses spared from helicopter gather trauma

Published by Horse Talk on Mar 20, 2017

Idaho’s Wild Love Preserve is continuing to work with the Challis Herd of wild horses in the US, and as a result the state’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will implement a hay bait gather trap rather than a helicopter roundup.

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Wild Horses Line Up to Say 'Goodbye' to Mare who Died

Published by Anne Stegen, WCNC on Mar 20, 2017

Volunteers recently captured video of wild horses paying respects to a horse who died after complications in giving birth to a foal.

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Several wild horse bills debated in legislature

Published by Dianne L. Stallings, Ruidoso News on Mar 15, 2017

With the 2017 session of the New Mexico Legislature drawing to a close Saturday, people on different sides of the “wild horse” debate in Lincoln County and elsewhere in the state are pushing for passage of bills or memorials they hope will clarify the status of the herds that roam the Alto and Sk

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House Leadership Renews Push to Reinstate Horse Slaughter in US

Published by Equine Welfare Alliance, PR Newswire on Mar 13, 2017

CHICAGO, March 9, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- EWA has learned that Mr. Douglas A.

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9th Circuit Court to Hear Ranchers’ Appeal for Massive Wild Horse Roundups in Nevada

Published on Mar 13, 2017

San Francisco, CA (March 13, 2017) … On Tuesday morning, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit of San Francisco will hear oral arguments for a legal appeal relating to a lawsuit filed by Nevada ranching interests seeking mass wild horse roundups and the slaughter of federally-protected animals for slaughter.

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Federal Stampede Over Wild Horse Breeding Program

Published by Karina Brown, Courthouse News Service on Mar 9, 2017


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Wild Adobe Town Mares with Radio Collars Released in BLM and University of Wyoming Study

Published by Carol Walker, Wild Hoof Beats on Mar 9, 2017

On Saturday morning, on a very cold day, I joined up with the BLM, researcher from University of Wyoming and a BLM ranger as we caravaned out to Adobe Town to release wild mares that had been fitted with radio collars on Thursday.

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