LAS VEGAS (KSNV MyNews3.com) — The Bureau of Land Management says it will deal with Cliven Bundy "administratively and judicially" over the fines the Bunkerville rancher has accumulated over the past 20 years.
But a former superintendent for Lake Mead says he worries other ranchers might stop paying federal grazing fees as a result of what some call a win for Bundy.
He thinks Bundy's case has implications that could convince some that they are above the law.
One of Cliven Bundy's sons says he believes other ranchers should not pay federal grazing fees.
On Monday, U.S. Sen. Harry Reid said this battle was not over.