PNS Daily News - December 10, 2019 

Probe finds FBI not biased against Trump; yes, commuting is stressful; church uses nativity scene for statement on treatment of migrants; report says NY could add cost of carbon to electricity prices with little consumer impact; and a way to add mental health services for rural areas.

2020Talks - December 10, 2019 

Today's human rights day, and candidates this cycle talk a lot about what constitutes a human right. Some say gun violence and access to reproductive health care and abortions are human rights issues.

Public News Service - WY: Public Lands/Wilderness

Pinedale, WY – At stake are big plans and big money for Wyoming, so the idea of stepping up gas drilling in the Pinedale Anticline is getting a lot of attention. A recent public hearing was so crowded with people from all over the state, that the U.S. Bureau of Land Management says it will set

Cheyenne, WY – High market prices are luring companies back into the uranium mining game in Wyoming, and it's getting the attention of Congress. Today, a Senate committee considers updating the 1872 Mining Act, which oversees uranium and other hard rock mining. Jane Danowitz with the Pew Campa

Cheyenne, WY – Ten years, more than a million comments and several lawsuits: It's a long history for the "Roadless Rule," which was first proposed a decade ago today. The rule protects more than 3 million acres of National Forest land in Wyoming from development. Mike Dombeck, the Forest Serv

Pinedale, WY – Many Wyomingites in the Upper Green River Valley are wary of the latest B.L.M. plan to ramp up gas drilling on the Pinedale Anticline, and they get their say today at a public hearing on the plan to add more than 4,000 wells. Linda Baker with the Upper Green River Valley Coaliti

Rawlins, WY – Ninety-eight percent for oil and gas, and two percent for recreation and wildlife. That's how conservation groups sum up the latest proposal from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) for how to use more than four million acres of public land in Wyoming, including the eastern

Cheyenne, WY – You've got to spend money to save money. When it comes to "the roads less traveled," that's what the U.S. Forest Service and Congress have decided, and environmental activists approve. Wyoming will receive a big chunk of of the expenditure, a $39 million appropriation Congress r

Rock Springs, WY – They didn't see it coming. Some Wyoming residents say they've been blindsided by the federal Bureau of Land Management, which has granted permission for natural gas drilling in a popular recreation and hunting area near Flaming Gorge on the Utah border. One of those upset i

Clark, WY – Congress has recently started scrutinizing oil and gas industry exemptions from federal laws designed to protect people from exposure to toxic substances, and a Wyomingite recently attended the Heartland Presidential Forum in Iowa, where she got a chance to ask presidential candida

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