Here are the new materials in Bartell Ranch LLC v. McCullough (D. Nev.):
Here are the materials in Bartell Ranch LLC v. McCullough (D. Nev.):
From one of the authors of the original paper:
It is true that there have been a number of proclamations diminishing monuments in the past but none of these have been challenged in court so no court has ever passed on the legality of these actions. Moreover, all of these actions were pre-FLPMA, which matters significantly here because FLPMA repealed the Midwest Oil decision. A 1935 Solicitor’s Opinion relied heavily on Midwest Oil to justify proclamations that diminished monuments. Post FLPMA, that justification is gone.
Original post here.
House Resources staff response.
Here are the opening briefs in National Mining Assn. v. Jewell:
Here are the materials in Grand Canyon Trust v. Williams (D. Ariz.):
This case arises out of the proposed renewal of operations at the Canyon Mine in Northern Arizona. The Canyon Mine is a breccia pipe uranium mine located six miles south of Grand Canyon National Park, in the Kaibab National Forest, and four miles north of Red Butte, a culturally and religiously significant site for the Havasupai and other tribes.
Here are the briefs (so far) in Yount v. Jewell (D. Ariz.):
Our prior post is here.