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“I have never been acting director,” says the Bureau of Land Management’s William Perry Pendley visiting Boise, Idaho today. A federal judge has barred Pendley from leading the agency, though the controversial appointee is still there. Story on @MorningEdition  tomorrow

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A Sept. 25 ruling by U.S. District Judge Brian Morris put an end to William Perry Pendley's status as the BLM’s acting director. But what does that mean for the decisions and policy changes he made during those 424 days of unlawful authority?

A Sept. 25 ruling by U.S. District Judge Brian Morris put an end to William Perry Pendley's status as the BLM’s acting director. But what does that mean for the decisions and policy changes he made during those 424 days of unlawful authority?

60 environmental organizations say William Perry Pendley's public land management decisions should be set aside after a federal judge ruled that he served unlawfully for 14 months as head of the Bureau of Land Management: by @JudithKohler 

MT Gov. Steve Bullock, who's running for US Senate and successfully sued to oust William Perry Pendley from leading the BLM, has given the federal court a list of decisions Pendley made that he argues should be void, because the 'acting' director wasn't confirmed by the Senate

Bureau of Land Management decisions made since July 29, 2019, are now vulnerable following a federal judge’s decision that acting BLM director William Perry Pendley was not serving in his position legally.

Bureau of Land Management decisions made since July 29, 2019, are now vulnerable following a federal judge’s decision that acting BLM director William Perry Pendley was not serving in his position legally.

Bureau of Land Management decisions made since July 29, 2019, are now vulnerable following a federal judge’s decision that acting BLM director William Perry Pendley was not serving in his position legally.

Meanwhile, the Department of Interior plans to appeal a court order successfully litigated by Montana’s Democratic Gov. that removes William Perry Pendley at the Bureau of Land Management

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Today’s ruling is a win for the Constitution, the rule of law, and our public lands. Montanans can rest easy knowing that National Public Lands Day will begin with William Perry Pendley packing his desk and vacating the Director’s Office.

A federal judge has ordered acting Bureau of Land Management Director William Perry Pendley to step aside, blocking him from exercising any more authority after finding that he has served unlawfully for more than 400 days

Breaking: federal judge ousts William Perry Pendley, who has been leading the Bureau of Land Management for 424 days without Senate confirmation

The Trump administration will withdraw the nomination of William Perry Pendley, who has repeatedly denied the existence of climate change, to serve as director of the Bureau of Land Management, an official says

I joined @MartinHeinrich  and @SenateDems  in condemning the nomination of William Perry Pendley to lead the Bureau of Land Management. His record of racism toward Native people and advocacy for reducing public lands clearly disqualifies him from this role.

William Perry Pendley has no business running the Bureau of Land Management. He is an anti-public lands extremist who has repeatedly made it clear that he does not believe in conservation at all.

Thank you to William Perry Pendley of the Bureau of Land Management. Great job on @TuckerCarlson  describing some of the most beautiful land in the world! @FoxNews 

I joined my colleagues to call for the authority of BLM Acting Director William Perry Pendley to be terminated by the Interior Department. His entire career has been spent trying to dismantle the very bureau he now runs. Our public lands deserve better.

Trump's head of the Bureau of Land Management, William Perry Pendley, says it is now policy that BLM law officers will defer to self-proclaimed “constitutionalist” county sheriffs who have vowed not to enforce federal environmental laws on public lands.

William Perry Pendley, a conservative lawyer and writer who argues for selling off the nation’s public lands, is now in charge of the federal agency that oversees a nearly quarter-billion acres in federally held rangeland and other wilderness.

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