Rep. Tom McClintock, shown in 2010 at a Tea Party Patriots rally in Sacramento, is one of a number of conservative Western Republicans who opposes nearly every effort to expand federal land holdings in the West, preferring it be held in private ownership for cattle ranching, logging, mining and other uses.
Rep. Tom McClintock, shown in 2010 at a Tea Party Patriots rally in Sacramento, is one of a number of conservative Western Republicans who opposes nearly every effort to expand federal land holdings in the West, preferring it be held in private ownership for cattle ranching, logging, mining and other uses. The Sacramento Bee
Rep. Tom McClintock, shown in 2010 at a Tea Party Patriots rally in Sacramento, is one of a number of conservative Western Republicans who opposes nearly every effort to expand federal land holdings in the West, preferring it be held in private ownership for cattle ranching, logging, mining and other uses. The Sacramento Bee

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