An armed man going by his first name only, Dwayne, rides near the entrance to Malheur National Wildlife Refuge last week. Armed ranchers protesting the federal government’s claim on public land have taken over a federal building there.
An armed man going by his first name only, Dwayne, rides near the entrance to Malheur National Wildlife Refuge last week. Armed ranchers protesting the federal government’s claim on public land have taken over a federal building there. Steve Ringman Seattle Times
An armed man going by his first name only, Dwayne, rides near the entrance to Malheur National Wildlife Refuge last week. Armed ranchers protesting the federal government’s claim on public land have taken over a federal building there. Steve Ringman Seattle Times

Too much of state belongs to the feds

January 15, 2016 09:00 AM

UPDATED January 15, 2016 05:00 PM

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