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Sally Jewell's Public Statements

Office: U.S. Secretary of the Interior, Democratic
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July 18, 2016 Bicameral, Bipartisan Coalition Calls to Keep the LWCF Program Alive, Citing Economic Benefits of the Program to Washington State
July 18, 2016 ecretary Jewell, Under Secretary Bonnie Join Utah Local Leaders at Public Meeting to Hear Community Visions for Public Lands Conservation
July 7, 2016 Interior Issues Final Regulations to Raise Safety & Environmental Standards for Any Future Exploratory Drilling in U.S. Arctic Waters
June 30, 2016 Interior Department Announces Final Regulations To Ensure American Public Receives Every Dollar Due for Production of Oil, Gas & Coal on Public Lands
June 24, 2016 Secretary Jewell Applauds President Obama's Designation of Stonewall National Monument
June 22, 2016 Secretary Jewell Announces $452 Million in Payments to Local Communities to Support Vital Services in Rural Communities
June 22, 2016 Secretary Jewell Announces First Step to Develop Wind Energy Offshore Hawaii
June 21, 2016 Secretary Jewell Announces Tribal Youth Conservation Corps Projects to Aid in Ecosystem, Economic Recovery on Gulf Coast
June 17, 2016 Interior Department Supported $106 Billion in Recreation, Conservation, Water and Renewable Energy Investments, Supporting More than 860,000 Jobs in FY 2015
June 13, 2016 Secretary Jewell, Governor Mead Announce Agreement to Permanently Protect State Land within Grand Teton National Park
June 10, 2016 Federal Agencies Working Together to Combat Unauthorized Drone Use during Wildfire Operations
June 9, 2016 Secretary Jewell Joins Spokane Tribal Leaders to Mark Community's Selection as a Presidential Promise Zone
June 3, 2016 Secretary Jewell, National Park Service Director Jarvis Announce New National Recreation, Water Trails
June 2, 2016 Administration Takes Bold Step for African Elephant Conservation: Completes Near-Total Elephant Ivory Ban to Cut Off Opportunities for Traffickers
June 2, 2016 Interior Announces Milestone for New York Offshore Commercial Wind Energy
May 26, 2016 Interior Secretary Sally Jewell Issues Statement on Upcoming French Auction of Tribal Sacred Objects
May 24, 2016 Secretary Jewell Announces $10 Million for Projects to Increase Wildfire Resilience Across America and Calls on Congress to Fix Wildfire Suppression Fund
May 18, 2016 Secretary Jewell Leads Federal Family Discussion on Mitigating Risk in the Wildland-Urban Interface
May 10, 2016 Secretary Jewell, Director Jarvis Participate in Public Meeting on Community's Vision for Preservation of Stonewall Site
May 5, 2016 Secretary Jewell Joins Communities in Southern California to Celebrate Monument Designation
May 4, 2016 21st Century Conservation Service Corps Set to Receive More Than $3 Million to Put Young People to Work on Public Lands
May 3, 2016 Secretary Jewell, Senator Tester Join Blackfeet Tribal Chairman Barnes to Commemorate Implementation of Land Buy-Back Program
April 28, 2016 Secretary Jewell, Minister McKenna Continue Conversation on Shared Priorities During Canadian Visit
April 22, 2016 On Earth Day, Secretary Jewell Celebrates Next Phase of Everglades Ecosystem Restoration Project
April 20, 2016 Secretary Jewell Announces Nearly $49 Million in Grants to Protect Waterfowl, Other Bird Species in United States, Canada and Mexico
April 19, 2016 The Next 100 Years of American Conservation
April 18, 2016 Secretary Jewell Announces Nearly $95 Million in Funding for all 50 States Through the Land and Water Conservation Fund
April 14, 2016 Interior Department Releases Final Well Control Regulations to Ensure Safe and Responsible Offshore Oil and Gas Development
April 11, 2016 Secretary Jewell Applauds President Obama's Designation of New Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument in Washington, D.C.
April 6, 2016 Two New Klamath Basin Agreements Carve out Path for Dam Removal and Provide Key Benefits to Irrigators
April 5, 2016 Secretary Jewell, Director Jarvis Participate in Meeting on Community's Vision for Sewall-Belmont House
April 4, 2016 Secretary Jewell Participates in Wildlife Trafficking Discussion with Major U.S. Companies at White House Roundtable
April 1, 2016 Interior Department Selects San Juan as Priority City to Connect Youth to the Outdoors
March 30, 2016 Secretary Jewell Announces $25,000 to Help Launch Every Kid in a Park in U.S. Virgin Islands
March 30, 2016 Secretary Jewell Meets with U.S. Virgin Islands Leaders to Advance Climate Change Adaptation Planning and Strategy
March 19, 2016 Secretary Jewell Joins Community to Dedicate Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument
March 17, 2016 Secretary Jewell, President Trumka Celebrate Important Volunteer Partnership Benefiting Conservation and Access to Outdoor Recreation
March 17, 2016 Interior Department Cancels Oil and Gas Lease in the Lewis and Clark National Forest
March 16, 2016 Secretary Jewell Announces Milestone for Commercial Wind Energy Development Offshore New York
March 15, 2016 Interior Department Announces Next Step in Offshore Oil and Gas Leasing Planning Process for 2017-2022
March 10, 2016 The Teddy Bear is Back: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Delists Louisiana Black Bear Due To Recovery
March 4, 2016 Secretary Jewell Signs Order Promoting Access to America's Public Lands for Under-Resourced Youth
March 3, 2016 Secretary Jewell Highlights Progress in Obama Administration's Fight against Illegal Trade in Wildlife
Feb. 25, 2016 Secretary Jewell, Mexican Environment and Energy Secretaries Announce Binational Energy, Conservation Agreements
Feb. 16, 2016 Secretary Jewell Announces $18.5 Million Donation to Restore the Lincoln Memorial
Feb. 12, 2016 Secretaries Jewell, Vilsack Applaud President's Designation of Three New National Monuments in California Desert
Feb. 11, 2016 Secretary Jewell Announces Partnership with Google to Help Share America's Story
Feb. 9, 2016 President Obama Proposes $13.4 Billion Budget for Interior Department
Feb. 2, 2016 Secretary Jewell Announces Next Phase of "ShakeAlert' Early Earthquake Warning System at White House Summit
Feb. 2, 2016 Parties Agree to New Path to Advance Klamath Agreement
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