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Topic - Forest Supervisor Travis Moseley
The Obama administration's crackdown on Western land use has sparked a furor over the Forest Service's decision to fence off a creek used by thirsty cattle in drought-stricken Otero County, New Mexico.
At a May 5 board meeting, Forest Supervisor Travis Moseley told the commissioners that Agriculture Department counsel assured him that the Forest Service's actions in the Lincoln National Forest were on "sound legal footing."
He said there is speculation that John Podesta, who became White House senior counsel in December, initiated the tougher policies.