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U.S. Interior Secretary Gale Norton, in the Bush administration, described the Coastal Plain as "flat white nothingness." Then-Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin led chants of "Drill Baby Drill" at 2008 Republican campaign rallies. RELATED: Connelly: Sec. Zinke -- no oil drilling off our coast. Sullivan's prediction was ...
David Hayes, the agency's deputy secretary under Obama, said Zinke joins Watt and Gale Norton, President George W. Bush's first interior chief, as the few leaders in the agency's history who have prioritized extraction over all other functions for public lands. “Most of the secretaries recognize that while ...

Just five days after BOEM unveiled its plan, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke tweeted that Florida would not be considered for new offshore oil and gas drilling. He did not provide details as to which sections of the state's share of the U.S. outer continental shelf (OCS) would be affected under the reversal.
The Interior Department was rife with corruption under former Interior Secretary Gale Norton, seen here testifying with former Interior Secretary Dirk Kempthorne in ... A month after winning confirmation to serve as assistant secretary for insular affairs at the Interior Department in September 2017, Domenech ...
Mark Amodei — two Nevada Republicans whose state is a major center of employment for MGM, and who have each tried to impede the tribes' casino plans. The company also doubled its lobbying spending and assembled a team that includes Bush-era Interior Secretary Gale Norton and Florida-based ...
In the last 33 years, there have been only two women picked as designated survivor: Bill Clinton's Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala in 1996 and George W. Bush's Interior Secretary Gale Norton in 2002. In 2010, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was in New York during the State of ...

He served as solicitor general under President George W. Bush, as well as counselor and deputy chief of staff to then-Sec. Gale Norton and director of the department's Office of Congressional and Legislative Affairs. As solicitor, Bernhardt authored several controversial legal opinions, including one -- later ...
According to reporting by Mother Jones in 2003, Bernhardt helped prepare congressional testimony on the environmental impacts of drilling in the Arctic for then-Secretary Gale Norton. Norton's testimony ignored warnings from government scientists and used information from a BP report, instead.
Bernhardt served as the department's top lawyer during the Bush administration, as well as counselor and deputy chief of staff to then-Interior Secretary Gale Norton and director of the department's Office of Congressional and Legislative Affairs. "I have had an opportunity to work on many complex issues ...
Since 2010, Brownstein Hyatt has collected $2.75 million in lobbying fees from Cadiz Inc., a private company that wants to build a water pipeline on a railroad right-of-way that crosses federal land managed by an Interior agency. Bernhardt has done legal work for Cadiz and one of his colleagues is the chief ...
Interior deputy secretary nominee David Bernhardt earned at least $80,000 last year working for a host of energy and environmental interests, disclosure ... They cite his involvement in producing incorrect testimony that former Interior Secretary Gale Norton delivered to the Energy and Natural Resources ...
"Bernhardt's extensive experience serving under former Interior Secretaries [Gale] Norton and [Dirk] Kempthorne and his esteemed legal career is exactly what is needed to help streamline government and make the Interior and our public lands work for the American economy," Interior Secretary Ryan ...
Former Interior Secretary Gale Norton flirted with both the Democratic and Libertarian parties before becoming a Republican. The reason she ultimately picked the GOP: She liked Ronald Reagan. Norton first worked at the Interior Department while Reagan was in the White House, and returned as its ...
Mark Amodei — two Nevada Republicans whose state is a major center of employment for MGM, and who have each tried to impede the tribes' casino plans. The company also doubled its lobbying spending and assembled a team that includes Bush-era Interior Secretary Gale Norton and Florida-based ...
In the last 33 years, there have been only two women picked as designated survivor: Bill Clinton's Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala in 1996 and George W. Bush's Interior Secretary Gale Norton in 2002. In 2010, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was in New York during the State of ...
Ex-GOP Interior Secretary Gale Norton described the Coastal Plain of the Arctic Refuge as "flat white nothingness." Such has been the typical judgment of oil executives, the conservative media and Republican cabinet members after flying over where they want to drill. The reality on the ground, which ...
In 2001, the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources asked Secretary of the Interior Gale Norton, who had infamously described the Arctic Refuge coastal plain as a “flat white nothingness,” for information on caribou calving and oil drilling there and she, in turn, queried the Fish and Wildlife ...

to former DOI Secretary Gale Norton and director of the department's Office of Congressional and Legislative Affairs. In 2011, Bernhardt took over the natural resources law division a Washington DC-based law firm, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck LLP. “He is a steady hand and seeks to find workable ...
He served as solicitor general under President George W. Bush, as well as counselor and deputy chief of staff to then-Sec. Gale Norton and director of the department's Office of Congressional and Legislative Affairs. As solicitor, Bernhardt authored several controversial legal opinions, including one -- later ...
He served as solicitor general under President George W. Bush, as well as counselor and deputy chief of staff to then-Sec. Gale Norton and director of the department's Office of Congressional and Legislative Affairs. As solicitor, Bernhardt authored several controversial legal opinions, including one -- later ...
According to reporting by Mother Jones in 2003, Bernhardt helped prepare congressional testimony on the environmental impacts of drilling in the Arctic for then-Secretary Gale Norton. Norton's testimony ignored warnings from government scientists and used information from a BP report, instead.
Bernhardt served as the department's top lawyer during the Bush administration, as well as counselor and deputy chief of staff to then-Interior Secretary Gale Norton and director of the department's Office of Congressional and Legislative Affairs. "I have had an opportunity to work on many complex issues ...
"Bernhardt's extensive experience serving under former Interior Secretaries [Gale] Norton and [Dirk] Kempthorne and his esteemed legal career is exactly what is needed to help streamline government and make the Interior and our public lands work for the American economy," said Interior Secretary Ryan ...
Interior deputy secretary nominee David Bernhardt earned at least $80,000 last year working for a host of energy and environmental interests, disclosure ... They cite his involvement in producing incorrect testimony that former Interior Secretary Gale Norton delivered to the Energy and Natural Resources ...
“Bernhardt's extensive experience serving under Secretary [Gale] Norton and his legal career is exactly what is needed to help streamline government and make the Interior and our public lands work for the American economy,” Zinke said. Greens have criticized Bernhardt as a high-powered lobbyist and ...
Interior isn't one of the more high-profile Cabinet positions, but it could potentially have tremendous impact on public lands and quality of life in Colorado and other western states. ... Interior Secretary Gale Norton went from setting policy for energy leases on public lands to working for Royal Dutch Shell.
Former Interior Secretary Gale Norton flirted with both the Democratic and Libertarian parties before becoming a Republican. The reason she ultimately picked the GOP: She liked Ronald Reagan. Norton first worked at the Interior Department while Reagan was in the White House, and returned as its ...
In 2001, the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources asked Secretary of the Interior Gale Norton, who had infamously described the Arctic Refuge coastal plain as a “flat white nothingness,” for information on caribou calving and oil drilling there and she, in turn, queried the Fish and Wildlife ...
White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card, Republican National Committee Chairman Ed Gillespie, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, Secretary of the Interior Gale Norton, and Elizabeth Edwards, John Edward's wife, have all been here. The Bush twins and first lady Laura Bush, and assorted ...
He served as solicitor general under President George W. Bush, as well as counselor and deputy chief of staff to then-Sec. Gale Norton and director of the department's Office of Congressional and Legislative Affairs. As solicitor, Bernhardt authored several controversial legal opinions, including one -- later ...
Douglas William Domenech, a veteran of the Interior Department, has been chosen by the president and Secretary Ryan Zinke to take on the role of ... Domenech, whose family is from Puerto Rico, served the Interior Department as the deputy chief of staff for former Secretaries Gale Norton and Dirk ...
Bernhardt served as the department's top lawyer during the Bush administration, as well as counselor and deputy chief of staff to then-Interior Secretary Gale Norton and director of the department's Office of Congressional and Legislative Affairs. "I have had an opportunity to work on many complex issues ...
When President Trump nominated David Bernhardt for the No. 2 spot at the Interior Department, the administration cited his extensive expertise. What the announcement failed to mention was that much of that experience was lobbying and doing legal work to elude or undermine Interior Department policies ...
"Bernhardt's extensive experience serving under former Interior Secretaries [Gale] Norton and [Dirk] Kempthorne and his esteemed legal career is exactly what is needed to help streamline government and make the Interior and our public lands work for the American economy," said Interior Secretary Ryan ...
Interior deputy secretary nominee David Bernhardt earned at least $80,000 last year working for a host of energy and environmental interests, disclosure ... They cite his involvement in producing incorrect testimony that former Interior Secretary Gale Norton delivered to the Energy and Natural Resources ...
“Bernhardt's extensive experience serving under Secretary [Gale] Norton and his legal career is exactly what is needed to help streamline government and make the Interior and our public lands work for the American economy,” Zinke said. Greens have criticized Bernhardt as a high-powered lobbyist and ...
Christy Goldfuss, the Center for American Progress Action Fund's vice president for energy and environment policy, noted on the call that while former Interior Secretary Gale Norton reviewed monuments created under the Clinton administration in the early days of President George W. Bush's administration ...
Former Newt Gingrich press secretary R.C. Hammond will work with retired Marine Corps Gen. ... John Kelly, whom Trump has tapped for Homeland Security. ... a former top aide to Bush interior secretaries Dirk Kempthorne and Gale Norton, are working with Rick Perry, Trump's pick for energy secretary.
Interior isn't one of the more high-profile Cabinet positions, but it could potentially have tremendous impact on public lands and quality of life in Colorado and other western states. ... Interior Secretary Gale Norton went from setting policy for energy leases on public lands to working for Royal Dutch Shell.
Former Interior Secretary Gale Norton flirted with both the Democratic and Libertarian parties before becoming a Republican. The reason she ultimately picked the GOP: She liked Ronald Reagan. Norton first worked at the Interior Department while Reagan was in the White House, and returned as its ...
It would be six more years before another woman went in the history books, when George W. Bush chose Interior Secretary Gale Norton in 2002. ... But, the White House told reporters at 5:26 p.m., "Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson has been designated as the Cabinet member who ...
Then there was President George W. Bush's Secretary, Gale Norton, who ... at the Interior Department defended the Justice Department's action, ... and offered BvB sight of the whole document in a security sanitised form.
He served as solicitor general under President George W. Bush, as well as counselor and deputy chief of staff to then-Sec. Gale Norton and ...
nald Trump's nominee for assistant secretary of insular affairs within ... “Domenech's experience serving former Interior Secretaries Gale Norton and Dirk ... economic development, national security, and environmental issues, ...
According to the Interior Department, Domenech has support from V.I. Gov. ... “Domenech's experience serving former Interior Secretaries Gale Norton and Dirk ... to economic development, national security, and environmental issues, ... The Office of Assistant Secretary Insular Areas coordinates federal ...
After the Bush administration took office in 2001, another review of the monument was ordered by then-Interior Secretary Gale Norton.
Interior deputy secretary nominee David Bernhardt testified on Capitol ... on the "President-Elect's Priority List of Emergency and National Security Projects. ... at a table with former Interior Secretary Gale Norton and Bernhardt.
The Trump administration's nominee for Interior deputy secretary today ... to then-Interior Secretary Gale Norton and director of the department's ...
Bernhardt's firm, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, has sued Interior four .... extensive experience serving under Secretary [Gale] Norton and his ...
Next week's confirmation hearing for Interior Department deputy secretary David Bernhardt is set to bring Democratic opposition back to the ...


 

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