Grijalva, Dombeck to Push Obama Administration for National Roadless Rule

Publication: The Colorado Independent

Author: David O. Williams


01/08/2009 - Arizona Congressman Raul Grijalva, a Democrat at one time under consideration for the secretary of the interior post being filled by Colorado Sen. Ken Salazar, is joining forces with former Forest Service Chief Mike Dombeck to push the Obama administration for a national roadless rule.

And not just any national roadless rule. According to a Pew Environment Group release Thursday, Grijalva, who serves on the House subcommittee on National Parks, Forests and Public Lands, and Dombeck, head of both the Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) during the Clinton administration, would like to see Clinton’s 2001 roadless rule reinstated.

Read the full article Grijalva, Dombeck to Push Obama Administration for National Roadless Rule on The Colorado Independent's Web site.

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