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  • Ken Salazar talks snakes

     
    Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar met with the editorial board Wednesday afternoon to talk snakes and the Everglades. He was accompanied by Dan Ashe, director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. While they were in town primarily because of an...
  • Does Obama hate oil and gas?

     
    It has often been alleged by his critics, and it's an especially timely question after the president denied (at least for now) a permit for the Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada. I posed the question, somewhat more diplomatically, to U.S. Interior...
  • U.S. judge rejects bid by ousted tribe members for reinstatement

     
    A federal judge in San Diego has refused to block the Pala Band of Mission Indians in northern San Diego County from "disenrolling" about five dozen members and making them ineligible for payments from the tribe's casino and hotel and......
  • Obama cabinet official criticizes Brown's wildfire plan

     
    Gov. Jerry Brown's plan to limit legal damages from wildfires appears to be headed for final approval this week after some tweaks to the legislation....
  • Thursday Morning Reads: Amazon, the Everglades and Jacksonville

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Good morning and happy Thursday. Here are the top stories we're reading this morning in Florida politics and government. * The Palm Beach Post reports on a visit by U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar to the Everglades and his concerns...
  • Skelton: Gov. Jerry Brown confronts his family's legacy

     
    Much more than water is riding on Gov. Jerry Brown's plan for a massive tunnel under California's Delta. It's about his family's legacy, writes George Skelton in his Monday column. Brown's father, Pat Brown, pursued an ambitious water project when......
  • Jerry Brown authorizes California's first off-reservation tribal casinos

     
    Gov. Jerry Brown approved a plan for two tribes to open casinos away from their ancestral lands, a move that he said would create jobs and help local communities. But critics say the plan could lead to a massive expansion of gambling in California....
  • Obama to dedicate Cesar Chavez National Monument in Central Valley

     
    President Obama will be reaching out to voters Monday in a remote corner of California when he dedicates the Cesar E. Chavez National Monument, underscoring their growing importance in presidential politics....
  • L.A. federal courthouse named national landmark

     
    The federal courthouse on Spring Street downtown--site of the first ruling that public school segregation was unconstitutional--was declared a national landmark Wednesday by the Interior secretary....
  • Give wild horses their land back

    Give wild horses their land back
    U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar's ode to the "majestic" wild horse, and his description of how the federal government must manage its population in his Jan. 14 Times Op-Ed article, comes across to the average reader as a reasonable and sympathetic...
  • U.S. agency moves to ban importation of pythons

    Hoping to halt a slithering invasion of giant exotic snakes, federal officials said Wednesday that they want to ban all imports of Burmese pythons, the adaptable constrictor that is threatening the Everglades' balance of species. Eight other types of...