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Repeal of new BLM rule could affect outdoors enthusiasts
'Don't throw the baby out with the bathwater'

A hunter, his guide and a helper stalk bighorn sheep in the Bureau of Land Management-managed Black Mountains. The possible repeal of a new BLM rule could pose problems for outdoor enthusiasts, says conservationist.
Photo by JC Amberlyn.

A hunter, his guide and a helper stalk bighorn sheep in the Bureau of Land Management-managed Black Mountains. The possible repeal of a new BLM rule could pose problems for outdoor enthusiasts, says conservationist.

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