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Official press release from Office of Rep. Steve Pearce (R-NM)

Date: April 14, 2014

Pearce to Host Lesser Prairie Chicken Town Halls

Washington, DC (April 14, 2014)—Congressman Steve Pearce announced today that he would host town halls for local citizens to meet face-to-face with and ask questions of federal officials regarding the impact of the lesser prairie chicken listing. Representatives from the US Fish and Wildlife Service, US Department of Agriculture and the Bureau of Land Management have been invited to attend.The town halls will be held on the following dates:

•     April 14, 1 PM at the Lovington Chamber of Commerce, 201 S Main Ave

•     April 15, 1 PM at the Roswell Chamber of Commerce, 131 W 2nd St

•     April 16, 10 AM at the Portales Chamber of Commerce, 100 S Ave A

“I encourage all residents affected by the lesser prairie chicken listing to attend one of these town hall meetings,” Pearce said. “You have a right to ask government officials why they made the decisions they made.  Their choices affect your right to farm your land, graze your cattle, or continue the energy boom that’s created so many good-paying jobs throughout Southeastern New Mexico. Federal officials owe New Mexicans an explanation for why their extraordinary cooperative efforts to preserve lesser prairie chicken habitat were not good enough.”









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