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While nonprofit environmental groups and Indian tribes this week sued President Donald Trump’s administration over his decision to drastically cut back two national monument sites in Utah, one for-profit company has also decided to step into the legal fray.
senior reporter at ALM since 2004; based in Florida;
covers general counsel and white collar crime;
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