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Nevada scores highly in the latest Rich States Poor States report, though the lingering effects of the housing bust are stunting the state’s growth.

The Bureau of Land Management, citing safety concerns, has called off a roundup of cattle belonging to a Nevada rancher as hundreds had gathered in protest.

The Nevada Department of Minerals is developing new regulations to govern fracking in Nevada. Current plans for fracking on federal land in the state could generate as much as $600,000 in royalties per day.

The Bureau of Land Management is being accused of using heavy-handed tactics, even prompting a rebuke from Nevada’s normally mild-tempered governor, to round up cattle it alleges are trespassing on federal lands.

Ranchers in Nevada claim the ongoing drought is being used as an excuse by government agents to unnecessarily drive cattle of federal lands.

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