Thirteenth District Congressman Mac Thornberry says he's currently working on a new bill to deal with the BLM's potential land grab of property along the Red River.
A bill which may relieve concerns of property owners along the red river from a possible takeover of land or new restrictions on land use is on the first leg of its way through congress.
County and state leaders joined forces in Wichita Falls today to try to determine how they can stop the BLM's potential land grab. The meeting was a way for 13th District Congressman Mac Thornberry to talk to local leaders about his proposed bill to deal with the BLM.
There's new legislation in both the House and the Senate that aims to protect Red River landowners' rights.
Red River land owners had another chance to talk to the Bureau of Land Management about the possibility that they could take some of their land.
Red River land owners will have another chance to talk with the Bureau of Land Management about the possibility of having their land taken.
Hundreds of people gathered along the red river today to take a stance against a possible land grab by the bureau of land management.
Another rally to protest alleged Bureau of Land Management plans to take land from property owners along the Texas side of the Red River is drawing lots of attention.
Dozens of property owners along the Red River are on edge, as they fear the Bureau of Land Management claims to have federal ownership of their land.
U.S. Congressman Mac Thornberry says he is monitoring the BLM actions and soliciting comments and concerns from constituents.
The discussions continue on what to do with public land along Red River