Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s new National Park Service advisory board is an eclectic group, including a Los Angeles real estate developer, a Texas beer distributor, a Chattanooga psychologist, and a New York doctor who practices naturopathic medicine and acupuncture.
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Complete Article From the publisher.ZINKE COULD FACE MONTHS-LONG JUSTICE INVESTIGATION: Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke could be facing a months-long investigation by the Department of Justice (DOJ) now that his agency’s internal watchdog has referred one […]
Complete Article From the publisher.Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke violated department travel policies by bringing his family members in government-owned vehicles, the agency’s internal watchdog concluded on Thursday.The Interior Department’s inspector general (OIG) found in a […]
Complete Article From the publisher.The growing roster of congressional questions confronting Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke now includes whether oil companies responsible for spills would escape penalties for unintentionally killing birds under a recast Migratory Bird […]