The Bureau of Land Management sees no Fourth Amendment concerns with searching American citizens for reasons to arrest them without probable cause when it comes to their event permits.
Bureau of Land Management
A wild-animal preservation program has become a scheme for corralling captive beasts that bother cattle ranchers.
Can the government demand a warrantless search with no probable cause of ticket holders as a condition of issuing an event permit?
There are better ways to pay for hiking trails.
Judge cites "flagrant prosecutorial misconduct" on the government's part.
The feds still own the land.
States and industry will seek to roll back BLM's "vast overreach" of regulatory authority in court.
Federal dominance of western lands sets Americans against each other and fuels anger at Washington, D.C.
Unfounded terrorism allegations are the health of the state.
Armed Protesters in Oregon Occupy Remote Federal Outpost at Wildlife Refuge After Marching Against Sentence of Father and Son Ranchers
Justice Department appealed the sentence to get it extended to the mandatory minimum, which the district chief judge thought was "grossly disproportionate."
Disturbing privacy-violating practice at Burning Man finds drug dogs once again striking out.