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Committee on Energy and Natural ResourcesIntroducedMay 2nd, 2017
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It makes no sense for the Bureau of Land Management to have its headquarters in Washington D.C. when 99% of the lands it manages are in the Western states. Relocating the HQ would give decision makers more insight into how their policies impact local communities.
It doesn’t make a difference whether the Bureau of Land Management’s headquarters is located in Washington D.C. or one of the Western states. Moving the headquarters wouldn’t lead to better informed policymakers or lead to substantially decisions.