Press Releases

March 2019
Chair Grijalva on Sage Grouse Policy Revisions: “This is a Smash-and-Grab Job, and Acting Secretary Bernhardt’s Clients Will Benefit Most”
Violence Against Native Women Takes Center Stage at Today’s Natural Resources Hearing
Chair Grijalva: Republicans Need to Change Their Extremist Tone on Climate Change – Stunts and Theatrics are Destroying any Chance of Real Engagement
Tribes and Community Witnesses Call Out Trump Admin Over Illegal Monument Cuts at Natural Resources Hearing, Highlight Fossil Fuel Considerations
Chairs Grijalva, Cummings Lead Letter to Acting Secretary Bernhardt Pressing for More Information on New FOIA Policies, Lack of Public Responsiveness
Chairs Grijalva, Neal, Engel Lead Team of House Lawmakers Pushing Trump Officials to Answer Questions, Take Action on New Japanese Whaling Efforts
Chair Grijalva, Subcommittee Chair Lowenthal Request BLM Oil and Gas Enforcement Data, Release New GAO Report on BLM Enforcement Deficiencies
Chair Grijalva on Trump Budget Cuts: Republicans Cut Taxes for the Super-Rich and Then Claim We Don’t Have Enough Money to Protect the Environment
Chair Grijalva Invites Island Residents to Register for March 15 Public Listening Session With Members of Congress in San Juan, Puerto Rico
Chair Grijalva Questions Army Corps Headquarters Decision to Issue Final Permit for Rosemont Mine in So. Arizona, Vows More Oversight
VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS: Democrats Demand Answers From Trump Administration Officials on Offshore Drilling
Chair Grijalva, Subcommittee Chair Lowenthal Renew Request for Offshore Oil Regulator’s Phone Records
LIVESTREAM LINKS: Today’s Hearing on Offshore Drilling Regulations, Thursday Hearing on Risks to Right Whales Are Available to Watch Live Online
Chair Grijalva Releases “The Sporting Digest,” a New Series Devoted to News for Outdoor Enthusiasts and Conservation Policy Watchers
In New Letter, Chair Grijalva Rejects Ranking Member Bishop Claim That Climate Change is Outside Committee Jurisdiction – And Promises More Hearings
Chair Grijalva, Chairs McCollum and Lowenthal Demand Answers on Trump Administration Advancing Mining Near Boundary Waters Wilderness
February 2019
Committee Chairs Question Rationale for Proposed NSC Climate Change Panel
Chair Grijalva, Rep. Kirkpatrick Signal Serious Concern That Army Corps of Engineers is About to Issue Widely Opposed Mining Permit in South Arizona
Chair Grijalva Cheers Passage of Historic Public Lands Package That Protects Our Environment, Boosts Our Economy and Conserves American History
Chair Grijalva Formally Introduces Bill to Protect Grand Canyon Area From New Mining Claims – Effort Enjoys Extraordinary Grassroots, Tribal Support
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