With a viable population of this American icon so close to being a reality, we simply cannot allow the Bush Administration to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory as they slink out the door.
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The third piece of the Bush train-wreck triumvirate in these waning days: increasing pollution... by rolling back Environmental Protection Agency regulations on emissions.
When the Bush administration decided that it was not going to use the Endangered Species Act to address global warming someone in the bowels of the administration came up with a clever idea.
The final report card for George W. Bush won't be in the mail for another few years. (Nixon's is still being revised--and, for that matter, Lincoln's....
Plants and animals currently protected by law from the impacts of dams, highways and other large-scale projects will no longer be if Bush has his way on his way out.
Sure, the Fish and Wildlife Service is interested in reading your comments about the Bush administration's latest gutting of the Endangered Species Ac...
This is the most radical change in the Endangered Species Act in 20 years and because it's regulatory and under the control of the executive branch, Congress can't do a darned thing about it.
WASHINGTON — Just months before President Bush leaves office, his administration is antagonizing environmentalists by proposing changes that would a...
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