BLM rules, opposing
LANDS – States findings of the Legislature and opposes the Bureau of Land Management’s proposed rule entitled “Conservation and Landscape Health.”

RS31244 / HJM006

This joint memorial represents the Idaho Legislature's opposition to the Bureau of Land Management's proposed rule entitles "Conservation and Landscape Health." This rule would reinterpret the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (FLPMA) to elevate conservation to a level consistent with other federal multiple use requirements.

This legislation causes no additional expenditure of funds at the state or local level of government nor does it cause an increase or decrease in revenue for state or local government therefore the legislation as no fiscal impact.

Bill Events
Date Description
02/13 Introduced, read first time, referred to JRA for Printing
02/14 Reported Printed and Referred to Resources & Conservation
02/28 Reported out of Committee with Do Pass Recommendation, Filed for Second Reading
02/29 Read second time; Filed for Third Reading
03/01 Read Third Time in Full – ADOPTED - 57-10-3
AYES – Alfieri, Allgood, Barbieri, Blanksma, Boyle, Bundy, Cannon, Cheatum, Clow, Cornilles, Crane(12)(Crane), Crane(13), Dixon(1), Dixon(24), Durrant, Ehardt, Ehlers, Furniss, Gallagher, Garner, Handy, Hawkins, Healey, Hill, Holtzclaw, Horman, Kingsley, Lambert, Lanting, Manwaring, McCann, Mendive, Mickelsen, Miller, Mitchell, Monks, Nelsen, Palmer, Petzke, Pickett, Price, Raybould, Raymond, Redman, Roberts, Sauter, Scott, Skaug, Tanner, Vander Woude, Weber, Wheeler, Wisniewski, Wroten, Yamamoto, Young, Mr. Speaker
NAYS – Achilles, Berch, Burns, Chew(Hansen), Galaviz, Gannon, Green, Mathias, Necochea, Rubel
Absent – Andrus, Erickson, Shepherd
Floor Sponsors - Durrant & Blanksma
Title apvd - to Senate
03/04 Received from the House passed; filed for first reading
03/04 Introduced, read first time; referred to: Resources & Environment