The Department of the Interior is relocating hundreds of employees of the Bureau of Land Management from Washington, D.C. throughout the western United States, and some of the bureaucrats aren’t happy to be moved from the capital.
The relocations of around 250 federal employees are mandatory. Selected BLM bureaucrats who decline to relocate closer to the great expanses of federal land the agency administers will be placed into removal proceedings.
The employees are slated to be moved to a new BLM headquarters in Grand Junction, Colorado, and various field offices throughout the western United States.
Critics of the federal bureaucracy have increasingly called for the federal government to more evenly […]
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