Violence Against Federal Workers Drops After Trump’s Election

From: Boise State Public Radio

“You’ve got a signal now from this administration that has probably calmed down a lot of people,” says Freemuth. “I guess you could say the more vocal opponents of the Obama Administration are probably pleased right now, so they’ve settled down.” Freemuth points to several actions led by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, like attempts to reduce the size of national monuments, increase oil and gas drilling, and revise sage grouse plans.”

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