Montana Attorney General speaks out against new BLM public land use rule

Opposition continues to come in against the recent Bureau of Land Management rule on use of public land.
It puts conservation on equal footing with grazing and mining.

The comment period just ended, and it brought in more than 170,000 responses.

Montana’s Attorney General spoke to fox news about it, saying that it is “another overarching, sweeping rule that’s not supported by the Federal Land Policy and Management Act and violates federal law.”

Attorney General Austin Knudsen joined other state AGs in sending letters of opposition.

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