Almost certainly the brave and loyal Democrats who control the House were able to resist the lobbying pressures of the ranching cabal, but were overwhelmed by the underhanded tactics of oil, mining and timber companies.
That’s why HR 1865 contains $21 million for an aggressive population reduction strategy for America’s wild horses and burros. Control comes later.
Now the bill moves to the Senate, also dominated by liberals, and on to the President, who can only accept it or reject it. No line-item veto.