The Interior Department unveiled a sage grouse plan that gives Western states greater flexibility to allow economic activity where it now is prohibited.
Public lands belong to the public, and as such, they should be used for the financial value of their oil, gas and timber, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke told the Western Conservative Summit.
You can’t make money from the trees you don’t cut down, Interior Secretary Zinke tells Western governors
"There's a consequence of not using some of our public lands for creation of wealth and jobs," Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said.
The incident happened the afternoon of Jan. 28, 2016, at the Downtown Detention Center, according to a letter from the city of Denver.