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Linowes Commission raps coal leasing

March 5, 1984

The Linowes Commission has found James Watt's Department of Interior guilty of man-handling coal leasing.

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Linowes Commission raps coal leasing
The Linowes Commission has found James Watt's Department of Interior guilty of man-handling coal leasing.
The Aamodt case pits rural New Mexicans against each other
Western water fights usually pit local residents against outsiders. But in the Pojoaque valley north of Santa Fe, N.M., water has turned residents of several small Hispanic towns against the people living around them in Indian pueblos.
The Dolores Project is man's latest, and most grandiose, attempt to water Montezuma Valley
The Dolores project, centered around the new McPhee Dam, will deliver water to fields and towns, and will also epitomize government spending, manipulation and regulation at their most direct applications.

News

Utah's wilderness bill heads for the House
Three years in the making, Utah's proposed Wilderness Act of 1984 begins its final battle, in the House of Representatives.
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