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Chairman Bishop, Westerman Letter to Mr. Daniel Jorjani


WASHINGTON, D.C., October 5, 2017 - TO: Mr. Daniel Jorjani

FROM: Chairman Rob Bishop, Chairman Bruce Westerman

Dear Mr. Jorjani: 

Over the past two months alone, the media reported on information based on at least four instances of improper disclosure of internal Department of the Interior (DOI) documents. These documents include memoranda from: Secretary Zinke for the President related to the Antiquities Act; Acting Fish and Wildlife Service Director James Kurth related to geological and geophysical exploration regulations; Acting National Park Service Director Michael Reynolds related to the Sportsmen's Heritage and Recreation Enhancement (SHARE) Act; and a draft notice of intent concerning Bureau of Land Management sage grouse habitat management plans.

Read the entire letter HERE.

Contact: Committee Press Office 202-226-9019

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