DEQ takes on new rulemaking powers with funding yet to be approved By KELLY BOSTIANFor the CCOF The state’s most recognized non-profit water quality advocate painted a dire picture for Oklahoma’s scenic rivers Tuesday as the state’s Department of Environmental Quality entered an emergency rulemaking process that revealed it is in an awkward period. Save…
Second Amendment political fireworks sprayed into the realm of wildlife conservation funding heading into the holiday weekend. But some expect the plan that would kill an 85-year-old American tradition will only fizzle.
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