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Article Title

Wyoming v. Zinke

Case Summary Citation

Wyoming v. Zinke, 871 F.3d 1133 (10th Cir. 2017).

Abstract

In Wyoming v. Zinke, the Bureau of Land Management attempted to update a regulation governing hydraulic fracturing from the 1980s, but oil and gas industry companies opposed, and brought suit. The district court held in favor of the industry petitioners, and the Bureau of Land Management and citizen group intervenors appealed. In the wake of appeal, Donald J. Trump became President of the United States. The administration change caused the Bureau of Land Management to alter its position and align with the new administration. Secretary of the Interior, Ryan Zinke, via executive order, began rescinding the new fracking regulation, which rendered the issues prudentially unripe for review.

 

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