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In addition, Struhsacker is a member of the Mining and Metallurgical Society of America; the Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration Inc; the Geological Society of Nevada; the American Institute of Professional Geologists and is an emeritus member of the board of directors of the Mountain States Legal Foundation.
Geological Survey, estimates the withdrawn lands contain uranium that, if mined to capacity, would generate electricity to power Los Angeles for 154 years," William Perry Pendley of Mountain States Legal Foundation said.
Colorado brewer Joseph Coors funded the new Heritage Foundation in Washington and the Mountain States Legal Foundation in Denver to promote flee enterprise and weaken regulations.
He has served on numerous councils and committees including: the GOP State Committee, Governing Council of Denver's Community Colleges, Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation, Mountain States Legal Foundation, National Cable Television Center and the Foundation for Drug Education.
Before going to the Hoover Institution, Norton was an attorney at the Mountain States Legal Foundation.
Mountain States Legal Foundation attorney Christopher Massey told the Denver Post it has gone from being used for species protection "to stopping urban sprawl or development, or what have you.
The already favorable climate, fostered by Interior Secretary Gale Norton formerly of the Mountain States Legal Foundation, which specializes in suing the government on behalf of ranchers, miners, mad others seeking to use federal land--will only be more so now that Mike Leavitt, the staunchly pro-R.
An attorney for Mountain States Legal Foundation, which is fighting the program, told the Denver Post the decision will be appealed to the U.
Worked at the Mountain States Legal Foundation under James Watt from 1979 to 1983.
So the company, which two years later settled the case for $237,000, sought the help of then-Colorado attorney general Gale Norton (a former lawyer at the anti-environmental Mountain States Legal Foundation, a group originally funded by Joseph Coors) in getting the state legislature to pass the country's first audit-privilege law.
For instance, in 1979 she worked with the Mountain States Legal Foundation, a group founded by former Interior Secretary James Watt that supports a right-wing agenda on private property rights and public lands.
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