Judge Blocks Trump Administration Plan To Drill On Federal Lands In Wyoming
Wednesday, 20 March 2019 A federal judge ruled on Tuesday President Donald Trump's Interior Department violated federal law when it did not take into account the climate impact of its gas and oil leasing in the western United States, according to The Washington Post. U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia Judge Rudolph Contreras' ruling is the first time the Trump administration was held accountable for the climate impact of its pro-fossil fuel agenda. Contreras wrote the Bureau of Land Management “did not sufficiently consider climate change” when deciding to auction off federal land in Wyoming to oil and gas drilling. The judge temporarily blocked drilling on more than 300,000 acres of land in Wyoming...
A Chinese woman charged with bluffing her way into U.S. President Donald Trump’s Florida resort last month was denied bail on Monday. According to Reuters, Yujing Zhang appeared in U.S. federal court..
According to Reuters, a Chinese woman charged with bluffing her way into U.S. President Donald Trump’s Florida resort last month entered a not guilty plea on Monday in federal court. Yujing Zhang was..
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