Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is seen at the Interior Department in Washington on March 29. The former state senator and congressman from Montana arrives in Sacramento on Thursday representing a president who denies climate change, advocates a revival of coal and urges that more federal lands be opened to greater resource extraction
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is seen at the Interior Department in Washington on March 29. The former state senator and congressman from Montana arrives in Sacramento on Thursday representing a president who denies climate change, advocates a revival of coal and urges that more federal lands be opened to greater resource extraction Molly Riley The Associated Press
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is seen at the Interior Department in Washington on March 29. The former state senator and congressman from Montana arrives in Sacramento on Thursday representing a president who denies climate change, advocates a revival of coal and urges that more federal lands be opened to greater resource extraction Molly Riley The Associated Press

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