Grazing Permits of Ranchers Pardoned by Trump Revoked

A federal judge in Oregon has revoked the grazing permits of two ranchers pardoned by President Trump for setting fire to federal lands. The ranchers, the Hammonds, were convicted in 2012 for arson and sent to prison for the federal minimum of five years. The ranchers’ permits were revoked in response to a lawsuit that argued the permits should never have been granted due to that conviction.