@rivervalleybird There isn’t much on it in the guide for curators really (that I could find) and I’m newish to it, though most my curation has involved conservation status updates, but here is my take:
Multiple conservation statuses can be added by different authorities, but it’s more often done for special reasons or when local areas treat populations at higher risk. Such as if the state listed it as Near Threatened, instead of Vulnerable. Then a separate conservation status could be added to classify observations in only that state as Near Threatened per the state authority. But as it stands the state is in agreement of vulnerable which is covered under the blanket of the federal conservation status in place which diminishes the need for further conservations statuses. Particularly in this case I feel it may muddy things up as there isn’t a way to select those governing bodies as an authority to go along with the status at the moment.