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Flora, fauna, and folly

March 13, 2006

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LAST YEAR, the House gutted important provisions of the Endangered Species Act, benefiting developers and drillers who do not want their projects slowed by concerns for plants and animals facing extinction. Now it is up to the Senate to defend a law that has kept the nation's symbol, the bald eagle, from disappearing from the lower 48 states. (Full article: 437 words)

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