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This report gives background on public lands, examples from both sides of the controversy and explains what has been going on in congress concerning public lands. This essay is going to be argued from the side of the farmer/rancher. The whole argument states that farmers should be able to keep grazing on public lands for the same amount of money that they always have paid. What are public lands and what are they used for? The BLM( bureau of land management) is in charge of the public lands in the west.