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YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK GETS NEW SUPERINTENDENT IN TRUMP SHUFFLE

From: SFGate

“The acting director of the National Park Service was shuffled out of his job Wednesday, reassigned to head Yosemite National Park while being replaced with a retired parks…

HOW STRONG IS THE INTERIOR DEPARTMENT'S ETHICAL POLICY?

From: National Parks Traveler

“Not long after he took office, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke reminded his employees of their ethical obligations, and said "I intend to make holding one…

WIRE THE WILDERNESS? AS CELL SERVICE EXPANDS, NATIONAL PARKS BECOME THE LATEST DIGITAL BATTLEGROUNDS

From: Merced Sun Star

“PEER, which has asked the Interior Department’s Inspector General to investigate, said that Yosemite is “violation of both federal laws and agency policies” by…

CELLULAR SACRAMENTO: VERIZON DEAL WILL BRING 5G NETWORK TO THE CAPITAL CITY- BUT AT WHAT COST?

From: Sacramento News & Review

“Based on information PEER says it discovered through Freedom of Information Act requests, its members are asking the inspector general to investigate…

GROUP CRIES FOUL OVER CELL SERVICE EXPANSION IN NATIONAL PARKS

From: Courthouse News

““Not only is this a helluva way to run a railroad, but Yosemite does not even know who owns the trains,” Jeff Ruch, executive director of PEER, said. He said…


News Releases

FAILED TOXIC CLEANUP AT MALIBU SCHOOLS

Congressman Ted Lieu Sends EPA Reports of Illegal PCBs

PCBS REMOVED FROM SANTA MONICA SCHOOLS BUT LEFT IN MALIBU

Comprehensive Testing and Precautionary Removals Sought but Denied in Malibu

FEDS FIND GAPING HOLES IN CAL/OSHA SAFETY NET

Serious Enforcement and Inspection Failures Put California Workers at Risk

FEDERAL PROBE INTO KLAMATH IRRIGATOR CONTRACTS ORDERED

U.S. Special Counsel Directs Interior to Justify Legality and Purpose of Payments

JUDGE GREENLIGHTS MALIBU SCHOOL PCB LAWSUIT

District Spending Tops $6 Million in Steps to Avoid Complete Cleanup