In the News

November 2018
USA Today: Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke must resign. His multiple scandals show he's unfit to serve.
Raúl M. Grijalva: Incoming House committee chairman demands accountability for Trump’s destructive monument policy
Raúl M. Grijalva: Rep. Raúl Grijalva intends to force a reckoning with climate change
October 2018
Raúl M. Grijalva: Raúl Grijalva: Focus on policy instead of petty attacks
September 2018
Think Progress: Republicans who never investigated Puerto Rico deaths are now trying to look serious on the issue
June 2018
POLITICO: POLITICO Pro Q&A: House Natural Resources ranking member Raúl Grijalva
The Washington Post: House Republicans propose financial penalties for states that block offshore drilling
May 2018
HuffPost: Interior Dept. Dodges Watchdog’s Questions About Zinke’s Call To Alaska Senators
April 2018
AP: Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's $12K charter flight approved without full info
TPM: Sources: Interior Officials Have History Of Hostility To Native Concerns
March 2018
The Hill: Dems push Zinke to halt trophy hunting imports
February 2018
E&E News: Zinke 'supportive' of LWCF but gives budget the ax
January 2018
CQ Roll Call: Bears Ears bill hearing resumes after Democrats force more witnesses
October 2017
Rep. Lamborn Has Public Statement Read at Dec. 2014 Public Hearing on Browns Canyon National Monument
July 2017
Color Lines: Feds Will Skip Environmental Impact Study Before Building Border Wall Through Wildlife Refuge
Cronkite News: GOP, Democrats spar over best way to save Endangered Species Act
May 2017
El Nuevo Día: Calls to audit debt made
April 2017
Men's Journal: Congressman Raúl Grijalva's Stand for Public Lands
March 2017
E&E News : Grijalva baits Bishop on Antiquities Act
The Washington Post : No, President Trump can’t revoke national monuments
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