The Bureau of Land Management is continuing its round-up of wild horses in Nevada and other western states. Various animal rights groups have sued to stop the round-up because of the deaths and injuries. Other critics insist the round-up is designed to open up more range land for ranchers and not to protect the horses. We discuss the issue with wild horse advocate Madeleine Pickens, KLAS I-Team Reporter George Knapp and a representative of the BLM.

Madeleine Pickens, wild horse advocate
George Knapp, Chief Investigative Reporter KLAS I-Team
Tom Gorey, Sr Public Affairs Specialist, BLM

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