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Warnings as GOP Aims to Gut Protections for Endangered Species
House and Senate committees consider bills to roll back longstanding protections for vulnerable plants and animals
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Eco Groups: Trump's Interior Deputy Pick Is "Walking Conflict of Interest"
In letter to Senate, 150 organizations say David Bernhardt's industry ties "raise serious questions about his ability to act in the public interest"
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Coalition Takes Trump's Order to Pillage Public Lands for Coal to Court
"This isn't putting Americans first, this is putting corporate polluters first."
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Message To Dems: Block Neil Gorsuch Nomination 'Using All Available Means'
President Trump's pick for U.S. Supreme Court called 'extreme' and 'disastrous'
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Why is Congress Trying to Give Military Half a Wildlife Refuge it Doesn't Want?
The National Defense Authorization Act was amended to give the Air Force control over half of one of the largest wildlife refuges in the country
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Republicans Rebuked for Utter 'Perversion of Constitutional Duties'
Groups say GOP blocking Supreme Court justice nominee 'would cause a constitutional crisis that would shake the very foundation of our democracy'
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How an Agency Charged with Protecting Endangered Animals Ignored Them Instead
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service did not intervene in thousands of environmentally harmful projects, new analysis shows
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Alaska Governor's Puzzling Math: To Cope with Climate, We Must Drill More Oil
Independent Bill Walker said he wants to 'urgently' drill in the protected lands of the Arctic National Wilderness Refuge
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Wind Power on the Rise, Could Supply One-Third of Nation's Electricity by 2050, Says DOE
'The nation can deploy wind power to economically provide 35 percent of our nation's electricity and supply renewable power in all 50 states by 2050,' says Obama administration
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Congress's Hostile Takeover of Endangered Species Efforts
Last week, Congress attached a rider to the omnibus spending bill that blocks the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service from issuing new protections for both greater and Gunnison sage-grouse over the next year, dealing a blow to efforts to reverse these birds' continued decline toward extinction. The...
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