Economic

Strain

Not all public lands are National Parks!

Federal red tape has, for years now, bound producers and communities to the point that they cannot efficiently operate or develop in such a way as to accommodate growth. Not only does this reduce their capacity to realize their economic potential, it stifles their ability to compete on a national or global economic scale.

Unlike most anywhere else in the U.S., Nevada (and many western) communities must struggle endlessly with the federal government just to make ends meet.

IN THE NEWS

Environmentalists, tribes oppose Clark County Lands Bill

Another attempt to steal rural Nevada's water?

Las Vegas Review Journal

Horse Overpopulation Prompts Grazing Cuts in Elko County

Elko Daily Free Press

Permits Drag on U.S. Mining Projects

With an Average Wait Time of Seven Years, Companies Look Elsewhere for Needed Metals, Minerals

Wall Street Journal

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