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John Freemuth recently was a featured guest on the BYU radio show, Top of Mind with Julie Rose

John Freemuth recently was a featured guest on the BYU radio show Top of Mind with Julie Rose, where the topic of conversation was the recent conflict over the Bear’s Ears National Monument and how it could be seen as … (Read More) John Freemuth recently was a featured guest on the BYU radio show, Top of Mind with Julie Rose

Dr. John Freemuth was quoted in an Associated Press article

John Freemuth was quoted in an article on a proposed federal cattle grazing plan for central Idaho’s Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve, which immediately came under fire from environmentalists. According to the article, Freemuth noted that 410,000 acres of … (Read More) Dr. John Freemuth was quoted in an Associated Press article

Dr. John Freemuth was a guest on IPT

From left: Justin Vaughn, John Freemuth and Melissa Davlin Public lands expert John Freemuth and political science expert Justin Vaughn – who act in the roles of executive director of the Andrus Center for Public Policy and co-director of the … (Read More) Dr. John Freemuth was a guest on IPT

Dr. John Freemuth, quoted on Law360, a LexusNexus Company

Expert Analysis A Closer Look At Trump’s Antiquities Act Order Originating source: Law360, 5/10/17 (Read More) Dr. John Freemuth, quoted on Law360, a LexusNexus Company

John Freemuth was quoted in a Boise State Public Radio article

“John Freemuth was quoted in a Boise State Public Radio article titled “Craters Of The Moon Under Review By Trump Administration.” In the article, the public lands expert explained why Craters shouldn’t be on President Trump’s list of national memorials … (Read More) John Freemuth was quoted in a Boise State Public Radio article

John Freemuth Recently was Quoted in an Article for “The Hill”

The article acts as a primer to the Antiquities Act, which presidents since Theodore Roosevelt have used to designate national monuments in the United States. This week, President Donald Trump initiated a review of the act’s use since 1996, which … (Read More) John Freemuth Recently was Quoted in an Article for “The Hill”

Dr. Jen Schneider’s Teach-In, April 27th

Trumping the Environment: What’s Next for U.S. Energy Policy and Rhetoric Dr. Jen Schneider, School of Public Service Where is President Trump taking the nation on energy and the environment, how are social movements responding, and what can you do? … (Read More) Dr. Jen Schneider’s Teach-In, April 27th

Dr. Greg Hill quoted in Idaho State Journal Article

Cece Gassner, director for economic development, and Greg Hill, acting director of the Idaho Policy Institute, recently were quoted in an Idaho State Journal article titled “INL and Boise State come together in Butte County.” The article highlights a new … (Read More) Dr. Greg Hill quoted in Idaho State Journal Article

Dr. Freemuth Quoted in WHIO NewsBreak Story

Dr. Freemuth was quoted in an article titled “APNewsBreak: Cyanide device on US land broke agency policy”. The article is in regards to an incident in which a cyanide device used for killing coyotes to protect livestock was activated by … (Read More) Dr. Freemuth Quoted in WHIO NewsBreak Story

SPS Faculty win the Larry Gould Best Article Award from WSSA and the SSJ

“Two of our own have won the Larry Gould Best Article Award from the WSSA and the SSJ.  Congrats to Amanda Ashley and Les Alm!” — Stephanie Witt Read Ashley and Alm’s full piece from The Social Science Journal at: ScienceDirect (Read More) SPS Faculty win the Larry Gould Best Article Award from WSSA and the SSJ