Feds drop Bush era endangered species policy

Associated Press: The Obama administration has discarded a Bush administration policy that considered state boundaries when determining endangered species protections. Under the policy, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service could require special protection for a species in one state but not in another, even though the species’ habitat exists in both states.

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Feds drop Bush era endangered species policy

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2 Responses to Feds drop Bush era endangered species policy

  1. Abhishek says:

    as soon as I saw the comnemt preview of josh saying “you know, “backdoor…” I knew where this was going.

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