Environmental Regulation

In the news June 27-July 4

ICYMI- Watch the Arizona GOP PRIMARY DEBATE  FOR OFFICE OF ATTORNEY GENERAL   The Supreme Court of the United States denied R-CALF USA’s lawsuit against 13 state beef councils and the beef checkoff. U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Curtails EPA’s Authority to Regulate GHG Emissions Under Clean Air Act “Roberts wrote that the EPA’s effort to […]

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Agitators demand 2 MM acres in AZ/NM — for jaguars

You just have to read this article. The arrogance and abrasive disregard for rural communities is unfathomable, and so is the number of lies the Defenders of Wildlife is telling about the history of jaguars in Arizona and New Mexico. Remember, NO naturally occurring female jaguar has been documented in New Mexico–EVER. Not in the […]

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Sign NCBA’s Petition Opposing SEC Regulation

The Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed a new regulation that would give the financial agency authority over environmental regulation.  The proposed rule is part of the Democrat Party’s “Green New Deal.” The rule requires all publicly traded companies to report all the greenhouse gas emissions  in their supply chains. Ultimately, this would require ranchers […]

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Litigation industry attacks 24 So. AZ grazing allotments

On February 28, 2022, the Center for Biological Diversity and The Audubon Society filed a 60-day Notice of Intent to sue the Coronado National Forest and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. It appears their legal staff is attempting to file a suit that would prohibit the affected grazing permittees from intervening in their self […]

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Update -NM: 65 head of cattle gunned down in CBD lawsuit settlement

65 head of cattle shot from a helicopter in New Mexico appear to have been gunned down by the US Forest Service under pressure from the Center for Biological Diversity, with whom the agency reached a settlement agreement. More information here. Update: New Mexico Cattle Growers Association and New Mexico Federal Land Council Sue US […]

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Democrats introduce “Voluntary” Grazing Permit Retirement Act

According to msn.com, over the past year in Phoenix, …inflation rose 10.9 percent. That means that Phoenix residents paid about 16 percent more for meat, poultry and eggs, 6.5 percent more for milk, and 13 percent more for fruits and vegetables. It also cost 15.5 percent more to put clothes on their backs. With food […]

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Study Confirms 2 Jaguars killed in AZ in 1960’s were Imported from Belize

A new study has been published in the Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Babb et al. (2022) “Updates of Historic and Contemporary Records of Jaguars (Panthera onca) from Arizona.” The authors confirm the most highly contested findings of the literature review that SACPA conducted and first submitted, with full citations, in comments to […]

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