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High Country News January 30, 1989

Manuel Lujan: Lighter touch coming to Interior

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Manuel Lujan: Lighter touch coming to Interior

Many agree that Lujan won't have the aggressive hostility to conservation interests of a James Watt. Beyond that, few can say.

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Bush negotiated a Western minefield to reach Lujan

Bush faced the nearly impossible task of trying to satisfy groups which have opposing philosophies of how to manage the federal lands administered by the Interior Department.

Are domestic sheep killing bighorn sheep?

A recent outbreak of a deadly disease in Idaho's Salmon River bighorn sheep herd has raised the old issue of whether domestic sheep are to blame.

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