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Cameron B. (...Katie, I'll get to you later):
Lets start with that I know people with wild horse experience that do support this bill. In fact some think it did not go far enough. Before I go on further, sir, let me ask you a few questions:
Ecologist for whom (biz/org)? Spouse works with which wild horse organization (biz/org)that doesn't support HR1018? And the first question that came to my mind, you have experience on some of the worst rangeland in the south west (barring certain pockets)...any cattle or sheep grazing (lease) on that land? Is the "poor condition" of wild equines a function of resources, natural selection or the management to extinction plan that the BLM/DOI has been carrying out for the last 10-15 years? These equines seemed to do just fine (and that includes violent or natural deaths) before special interests got their corrupt mitts on them AND the land.
HR1018...make it LAW! PASS S727/HR503/305 while we are at it.
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