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Federal land managers unlawfully failed to shut down grazing on nearly 22,800 acres in Eastern Oregon intended for rangeland research, according to a federal judge.

U.S. District Judge Michael Simon has agreed with environmental advocates who claim the U.S. Bureau of Land Management must stop allowing livestock onto the 13 key “research natural areas” under a sage grouse conservation plan.

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