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Nuclear and National Security Experts Letter to Nuclear Fuel Working Group


Grijalva Letter to Bernhardt on Trump Fourth of July Plans July 3 2019


Grijalva Comments on Customs and Border Protection Border Wall Proposal July 3 2019


June 24 Grijalva Letter to DOI on Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act


Democratic Letter to Sec. Perdue Requesting Info on Alaska Roadless Rule May 10 2019


Democratic Letter to Sec. Perdue on Rejecting Utah Roadless Rule Petition May 10 2019


Bear Ears Inter-Tribal Coalition Letter Opposing Utah Forest Service Petition May 10 2019


Utah Dine Bikeyah Resolution Opposing Utah Forest Service Petition April 13 2019


Navajo Utah Commission of the Navajo Nation Council Resolution Opposing Utah Forest Petition


Grijalva Letter to Bishop on Committee Operations and Climate Jurisdiction March 5 2019


Southeast Alaska Subsistence Regional Advisory Council Letter of Concern on Alaska Roadless Rule March 5 2019


Organized Village of Kake Letters Objecting to Alaska Roadless Rule Process


Grijalva Gallego Lujan Grisham to Zinke on Updated Grand Staircase-Escalante Management Plan Oct. 1 2018


Grijalva Gallego Lujan Grisham to Zinke on Updated Bears Ears Management Plan Oct. 1 2018


Public Health Groups Letter Opposing House Provisions of Farm Bill Aug. 29 2018


Wildfire and Forest Ecologist Letter on Farm Bill Aug. 28 2018


Letter From 215 Environmental Scientists Opposing Farm Bill Aug. 27 2018


NPS Letter to Grijalva on Border Region Law Enforcement Ramp

The National Park Service (NPS) responded to Ranking Member Grijalva's letter requesting more information on the deployment of U.S. Park Police officers to secure the southern border.… Continue Reading


Grijalva Letter to Zinke on Deploying NPS Park Police to Mexican Border

Ranking Rember Grijalva sent a letter to Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke pressing him for information on Zinke's recently announced decision to send National Park Police personnel to the U.S.-Mexico border as part of President Trump's ill-defined and poorly thought-out border security efforts.… Continue Reading


Democrats Condemn Opening the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to Drilling

Ranking MemberGrijalva sent a letter with eight House Democratic colleagues to Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke questioning the haste with which the Department of the Interior (DOI) is moving the country closer to drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The letter highlights tomorrow's expected announcement in the Federal Register - publicized this morning - that DOI is preparing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to allow drilling in the Refuge.… Continue Reading

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