Hagerty Discusses Great Smoky Mountains Resources And Efforts To Combat Asian Carp

Senator Bill Hagerty Yesterday Discussed With U.S. Department Of The Interior Secretary Deb Haaland Two Issues That Are Very Important To Tennessee: Resources To Reduce The Maintenance Backlog In The Great Smoky Mountains And Efforts To Combat The Issue Of Asian Carp Within Waterway Systems.

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Interior Secretary Revokes Trump Administration’s Order Prioritizing Energy Development

U.S. Interior Secretary Deb Haaland On Friday Revoked A Dozen Of The Trump Administration’s Secretarial Orders That Prioritized Energy Development On Federal Lands.

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Wyoming Sues Biden Administration Over Federal Oil & Gas Moratorium

Wyoming Filed A Lawsuit Wednesday Against The Biden Administration Over Its Moratorium On New Oil And Gas Leases On Federal Lands.

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The Tennessee Conservative News Break March 16, 2021

ACTION ALERT!
Tennessee Medical Freedom Bills To Be Considered In Senate and House Committees!
Other Headlines:
-Tennessee Plans To Increase Regulations in State Parks
-Texas Governor Puts Biden ‘On Notice’ For Creating ‘Humanitarian Disaster’ At Border
-U.S. Senate Confirms Deb Haaland Of New Mexico As Interior Secretary
-Hamilton County / Chattanooga Mayors Make Plans For Spending COVID Relief Funds

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U.S. Senate Confirms Deb Haaland Of New Mexico As Interior Secretary

Former U.S. Rep. Deb Haaland Of New Mexico, Who Opposes Fracking And Oil Drilling On Federal Lands, Was Confirmed As President Joe Biden’s New Interior Secretary Monday In A Narrow, 52-40, Vote.

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Governor Lee Joins GOP Governors Calling On Biden To Rescind Executive Order Halting New Oil And Gas Leases On Federal Land

A Group of Republican Governors Sent A Letter To President Joe Biden On Monday Asking Him To Rescind An Executive Order That Halts New Leases For Oil And Gas Development On Federal Land, Arguing That It Will Have A Negative Impact On Their Economies And Will Cost Consumers.

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Warnings Issued By Texas, New Mexico & Louisiana Against Suspending Oil & Gas Leasing On Federal Lands

In Response To Biden Administration Suspending New Oil And Gas Leases On Federal Land For 60 Days, Oil and Gas Companies In The South and Southeast Warn That Doing So Would Impact Hundreds of Thousands Of Jobs And Destroy The Economy Of Some States.

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Biden Administration Orders 60-Day Halt To New Oil And Gas Drilling On Federal Lands

Despite Pushback From Oil & Gas Industry And States That Rely On Associated Revenue, Biden Temporarily Halts Leases And Permits For Oil and Gas Development On Federal Land.

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