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Hunters and anglers: Ensure that you have input on how BLM public lands are managed!
By invoking an obscure legislative process called the Congressional Review Act, the House voted to repeal Planning 2.0—a rule that creates more opportunities for public involvement in the Bureau of Land Management’s land-use decisions. (Reminder: BLM oversees 245 million acres of America’s public lands!)
Alarmingly, this repeal could indefinitely lock the BLM into planning processes established nearly 35 years ago. The old way of doing things doesn’t account for better science, data, or best practices for wildlife and habitat management.
Now, the Senate is poised to vote on blocking Planning 2.0 forever.
Use our Twitter action tool to tell key senators that sportsmen and women support improvements to the planning process that enhance our say in public land management. It’s our land and our voice at stake.