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THE BATTLE OVER BUNKERVILLE: THE BUNDYS, THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND THE NEW MILITIA MOVEMENT

From: PBS

“Threats and assaults against federal employees working in the wilderness were on the rise, according to Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, a nonprofit group…

HOW WILL INTERIOR RESPOND TO YELLOWSTONE HARASSMENT?

From: High Country News

“Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, thinks sexual harassment is a symptom of a larger dysfunction at national…

WAR IN THE WOODS: GAME WARDENS TAKE ON CARTEL MARIJUANA GROWERS

From: Ammoland

“According to PEER, in 2012 reported assault incidents rose more than 40% in wildlife refuges and in areas patrolled by the U.S. Park Police, and by more than 12% in…

GOP'ERS SAY THEY WANT TO PUNISH ALLEGED SEXUAL PREDATORS IN GOVERNMENT. RYAN ZINKE HAS A TEST CASE.

From: Washington Post

“Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, a watchdog group that has called on the Park Service to dismiss several employees…

SURVEY: U.S. FEDERAL LAND STEWARDS FEEL THREATENED

From: WDEF.com

“The group gathered responses from 104 out of 302 managers of the Fish and Wildlife Service’s federal refuge and 364 employees of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM),…


News Releases

MALHEUR SIEGE STILL SHADOWS RANGE AND REFUGES

Survey Reflects Federal Land Management Workers’ Growing Safety Worries

OPEN SEASON ON HARASSING FISHERIES OBSERVERS

Assaults More than Double in Two Years with No Reported Enforcement

ATTACKS AGAINST FEDERAL RANGE AND FOREST WORKERS ON RISE

2015 Saw Spike in Reported Threats and Interference on Federal Lands in West

OREGON REFUGE STANDOFF LATEST EXTREMIST JIHAD

Federal Inaction for 19 Months on Bundy Spawns More Militia Confrontations

HEATED RHETORIC ON NEVADA MONUMENT INVITES CONFRONTATION

Federal Employees in the West Put in Crosshairs by Superheated Political Rhetoric