Tuesday, April 20, 2021 7:08 AM EDT(updated every 5 minutes)
How Pro-Trump Forces Pushed a Lie About Antifa at the Capitol Riot
Trump supporter and alleged Capitol rioter says 'we proudly take responsibility' and erupts over allegations that antifa protestors stormed the building
Canada designates the Proud Boys as a terrorist entity
Interior Secretary grants 10-year grazing permit to Hammond Ranches Inc., hours before Trump leaves office
Man who shot video of fatal Capitol shooting is arrested, remains focus of political storm
From antifa to the man in the horned fur hat: PolitiFact checked the gamut of claims about the Capitol riot. Here is a run down.
Rural Coloradans deserve a voice in the decisions that impact their daily lives, which is why I was honored to host @RepNewhouse and community leaders at a round table focused on keeping the Bureau of Land Management Headquarters in Grand Junction. https://t.co/O0Z7KK8oti
The Interior Department announced its imposing a two-year stay in the implementation of several new Public Land Orders (PLOs) in Alaska, despite the PLOs already being signed. Read more here: https://t.co/ExQwpjdF9j
Our local communities are capable of making land use and water decisions better than DC bureaucrats. #IA02 #WOTUS
Read my op-ed with @westerncaucus Chair @RepNewhouse in the @DMRegister on the importance of keeping the NWP Rule here ⬇️⬇️⬇️
RT @SenateBanking: .@SenTinaSmith on how many local zoning laws were created to racially segregate neighborhoods – even after Congress outl…
BLM riots broke out (again) in Minnesota.
Where's the outrage from Democrats and media commentators — or do they only shame and cancel people with whom they disagree?
Political violence is unacceptable in America, period!
.@Interior released funding for 7 projects in Alaska, allocated from my FY21 Interior Approps pkg through the National Parks & Public Land Legacy Restoration Fund. This is significant funding to help meet long-standing needs on our public lands. https://t.co/r0nQnqgIS2 https://t.co/U6vi2aSijq
Republicans favor more lenient land use restrictions.
Democrats favor more strict land use restrictions.