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Oversight Hearing on “Threats, Intimidation and Bullying by Federal Land Managing Agencies”
Tuesday, October 29, 2013 10:00 AM
Subcommittee on Public Lands and Environmental Regulation
1324 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20515

Oversight Hearing on:

  • “Threats, Intimidation and Bullying by Federal Land Managing Agencies”

Archived Video Webcast:

Witnesses and Testimony:


Tim Lowry
Jordan Valley, OR
(Truth in Testimony Form)

Brenda Richards
Murphy, ID
(Truth in Testimony Form)

Frank Robbins
Thermopolis, WY
(Truth in Testimony Form)

Wayne Hage Jr.
Tonopah, NV
(Truth in Testimony Form)

Karen Budd-Falen
Cheyenne, WY
(Truth in Testimony Form)

Lorenzo Valdez
Fairview, NM
(Truth in Testimony Form)


Pioneers viewed the West as the land of opportunity. They saw a chance for greater independence, self-sufficiency, and a better way of life for their families. Today, however, some of these same families, industries, and communities are struggling to stay afloat thanks to some overbearing federal agents who think they are above the law. The hearing will feature testimony from Americans across the country who will provide personal experiences of ongoing and abusive conduct by federal land management agencies taken against private property rights.

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