Biden Nominee Faces ‘Eco-Terrorist’ Allegations Ahead Of Hearing

President Joe Biden’s Nominee To Lead The Bureau Of Land Management Will Sit For A Nomination Hearing Thursday, Where She Is Expected To Face Pushback From Republicans Who Have Called For Her Nomination To Be Withdrawn.

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New Mexico Attorney General Criticized For Not Joining Lawsuit Against Biden Oil And Gas Policy

An Advocate For The Oil And Gas Industry Is Questioning Why The State Of New Mexico Has Not Joined A Lawsuit Against President Joe Biden’s Leasing Moratorium On Federal Lands Filed By 14 Other States.

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Biden’s Oil & Gas Ban Undermines New Mexico’s Ability To Safeguard Economy, Environment

New Mexico Governor Is Seeking An Exemption Or Waiver For New Mexico From Executive Order Issued By Biden Halting New Oil And Gas Leasing On Federal Land. The Order Has Resulted In On-the-ground Uncertainties That Undermine Ability To Safeguard State’s Economy And Environment.

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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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Despite Oil Industry’s Impact On New Mexico’s Economy, Fracking Ban Advances In State Legislature

If The Bill Passes Both Chambers, It Would Place A Four-Year Moratorium On New Permits For Hydraulic Fracturing To Extract Natural Gas Or Oil, Costing The State Billions Of Dollars In Revenue And Thousands Of Jobs.

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Biden Signs Oil & Natural Gas Lease Moratorium Expanding Executive Order To Include Offshore Leases

The Lease Moratorium, Which Also Applies To Offshore Leases, Expands Executive Order Signed Last Week Suspending New Land Leases & Drilling Permits For 60 Days Unless Approved By DOI Leadership.

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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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