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BUNDY VOWS STANDOFF IF BLM TRIES TO SEIZE CATTLE

From: Greenwire

“Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility and WildEarth Guardians also urged Zinke to seize the Bundy cattle."

RETALIATION, NOT JUST HARASSMENT, A PROBLEM AT INTERIOR, GROUP SAYS

From: FED Week

“However, the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility organization stressed that the survey also found that when employees complained, no action was taken in…

ZINKE REACTS TO HARASSMENT SURVEY WITH 4 DISMISSALS

From: VOA News

“The findings "suggest there was a meltdown of the accountability mechanisms'' at the department, said Jeff Ruch with Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility,…

INTERIOR SECRETARY RYAN ZINKE VOWS TO END CULTURE OF HARASSMENT AND INTIMIDATION IN NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

From: Los Angeles Times

““This is the fourth declaration of zero tolerance of sexual harassment we’ve heard from the Interior Department in the past three years alone,” Jeff Ruch, executive…

REPORT: FLORIDA PARK OFFICIAL INAPPROPRIATELY TOUCHED WORKER

From: San Francisco Chronicle

“"the full report was released last week through a public records request from Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, a group that advocates…


News Releases

BLM REPORTS RECORD LOW NUMBER OF THREATS IN 2014

Despite Armed Standoff, Agency Claims Least Assaults and Threats Since 1996

SURRENDERED BUNDY DOCUMENTS SHED NO LIGHT ON EVENTS

BLM: No Criminal Referrals, Cattle Inventory, or Lessons Learned

BLM STILL TIGHTLY CLUTCHING BUNDY DOCUMENTS

Federal Judge Asked to Order Release of Records on Standoff and Aftermath

NEVADA U.S. ATTORNEY SITS ON CRIMINAL REFERRALS FROM BLM

35 Prosecution Requests Made on April 30th Still in Limbo as DOJ Withholds Status

EXTREMIST ANTI-GOVERNMENT MILITIAS ON THE RISE

DHS Assessment Finds Inaction on Bundy Stand-Off Likely to Spur More Violence