Tag Archives: Greater Grand Canyon Heritage National Monument

Ruben Gallego Interview — Podcast September 26, 2016

Yes, There Are S0me Good People in Congress. Ruben Gallego, from Arizona’s District 7, Is One Of Them. Democratic Perspective talks to  Ruben Gallego, Harvard graduate, combat marine, and Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Arizona’s CD 7, about … Continue reading

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Uranium Mining in the Grand Canyon, Copper Mining in Oak Flat: The Public Interest vs. Private Exploitation — Podcast May 16, 2016

The Politics of Public Lands, Part II: National Monument Battles. Paul Schwartz rejoins Democratic Perspective regulars, Mike Cosentino, Gary LaMaster, and Steve Williamson for part II of a discussion on curbing the destructive exploitation by private interests of our remaining public lands.. How a … Continue reading

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Sandy Bahr Interview — Podcast November 2, 2015

Conservation vs. Development: Follow the Money. Democratic Perspective welcomes Sandy Bahr, Director of the Sierra Club’s Grand Canyon (Arizona) Chapter back the program for a discussion of the threat posed by an alliance of mining interests, anti-government oligarchs, and tea-party libertarianism to natural resource and wilderness conservation in Arizona.

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