GOP Probes ‘Social Change’ Initiatives By Fish And Wildlife Service

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Months after House Republicans learned the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) sponsored “ecogrief” sessions for federal employees, lawmakers on Capitol Hill discovered the agency is hiring outside consultants for “social change” initiatives.

In a letter to FWS last week, lawmakers expanded their inquiry into agency misuse of American tax dollars with questions about contractors hired to implement campaigns that go beyond the scope of FWS’s mission.

“After sending the Ecogrief Letter, the Committee received additional reports of the Service hiring outside consultants at taxpayer expense for various trainings, workshops, and projects in related topic areas,” wrote Committee Chairman Bruce Westerman, R-Ark., with Paul Gosar, R-Ariz, who chairs the Natural Resources Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations.

“The Service purportedly utilizes the expertise of outside consultants to institute ‘social change’ initiatives, including but not limited to, programs on social justice; …

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