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Topic - Ray Owens
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell said Tuesday that federal officials want to hear from Colorado farmers and ranchers on their efforts to protect sage grouse as federal land managers consider ways to preserve the bird's habitat.
He's back, all right. But will movie audiences be glad to see him?
"The Last Stand" is also rife with interesting echoes -- for those attuned to such things -- of the former governor's experience in politics: Sheriff Ray is the de facto leader of what looks like an utterly desolate and bankrupt town (read: California), with neither his deputies, nor citizens paying attention to anything he has to say (again: California).