The Bundys are making a habit of taking on the federal government and winning.
The Bundys are making a habit of taking on the federal government and winning. (Dave Blanchard/OPB)
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Bundyville

The Bundys are making a habit of taking on the federal government and winning.

In 2014, the federal government rounded up Cliven Bundy’s cattle over a matter of unpaid grazing fees. So the Bundy family gathered a posse and took them back at gunpoint. Two years later, they took over the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. The Bundys are making a habit of taking on the federal government and winning. For the past two years, reporter Leah Sottile has been following this story, trying to figure out what all this means for the future of public lands in the American West, and wondering what happens next?

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