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Several counties and associations in four Rocky Mountain states are frustrated with real issues with transparency and scientific integrity concerning the Department of the Interior. Counties, associations challenge DOIs Greater Sage Grouse tactics By: Nick Snow (OGJ) A coalition of national and regional oil, gas, coal, and mining associations and county governments in four Rocky Mountain states charged three US Department of the Interior agencies with using bad science and poor information to make public lands and Endangered Species Act listing decisions for the Greater Sage Grouse. The US Bureau of Land Management, US Fish and Wildlife Service, and US Geological Survey are using selective and questionable data to justify top-down restrictive measures that will damage communities within the birds 11-state habitat while discouraging more effective state and local conservation efforts, the group said in three Mar. 18 challenges filed under the Data Quality Act. Weve documented real