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land management

Americans are fortunate to own millions of acres of incredible public lands, many of which are overseen by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). We all have a say in how these lands are managed through the ability to participate in a public process to develop land use plans. Last year, the BLM established a new rule named "Planning 2.0" which provided additional opportunities for the public to provide input on how your lands are managed. But, a resolution in Congress threatens this important step forward for the agency.

Ask your member of Congress to vote NO on H. J. Res. 44!

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