Wyoming native Rob Wallace was unanimously confirmed by the US Senate last night to become the assistant secretary for Fish, Wildlife, and Parks within the Interior Department. U.S. Senator Mike Enzi applauded the action saying, “[Wallace’s] experience as a seasonal ranger in Grand Teton National Park, prior service as assistant director of the National Park Service and extensive record of leadership will lend well to this new position. He has a passion for our nation’s public lands and a deep understanding of issues facing Fish and Wildlife Service and the National Park Service.” Wallace lives with his wife and two daughters in Jackson Hole.
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