An update on the story of the BLM’s attempt to confiscate a man’s cattle in Nevada while outlawing free speech in vast parts of the land the agency administers.


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An update on the story of the BLM’s attempt to confiscate a man’s cattle in Nevada while outlawing free speech in vast parts of the land the agency administers.

From the details in this story, it sounds as if the BLM might have some justification to take the man’s cattle. Voiding the Constitution while they do so, however, is unacceptable.

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  • wodun

    Sounds like the feds have every right to remove his cattle but the methods used are over the top. Also, the reason used to justify the removal is shady. Environmentalists are against the existence of cattle and claim some ridiculous things to prevent grazing on public lands.

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