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the management of public lands
The government will auction off 20 parcels of public land.
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President Donald Trump announces plans to shrink two national parks in Utah by more than 2 million acres, the largest reduction of public lands in U.S. history.
The suit: Becerra is fighting to reinstate the moratorium on coal leasing on public lands.
In a separate closed session later in the meeting, the council also discussed the purchase of public lands pertaining to the water deal, but no details were released in open session.
Aiding fire recovery State parks, nature preserves and other public lands were among the areas burned in the recent North Bay fires.
What happened in Memphis regarding the Confederate monuments, could serve as a blueprint for other cities and towns that want to dismantle racist statues erected on public lands.
Fall hunting season is approaching quickly and Michigan offers millions of acres of public land to explore.
Large tracts of public land in cities are also quietly slipping into the hands of officials and connected businessmen.
Prior to that, the mayor and his aides held dozens of private meetings about the $4 billion plan, which has been raised as a major league play for a world-class sport and criticized as a giveaway of public land.
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: land that is owned and taken care of by the government
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