Pendley ruling could undo Trump’s oil and gas approvals

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“To hear him tell it, William Perry Pendley’s ousting by a federal judge last month from acting with the authority of the director of the Bureau of Land Management was no big deal.

In Pendley’s interview with the Powell Tribune, he said the court cases against him represent an attempt to invalidate the Trump administration’s work. Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility and the Western Watersheds Project filed a lawsuit in May also challenging Pendley’s authority as well as that of Margaret Everson, the National Park Service’s acting chief.”

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