ESA Regulatory Amendments close to fruition
The AP reports, with a quote from PLF Principal Attorney Reed Hopper:
The Pacific Legal Foundation, which advocates for property rights, urged that the rules be approved.
"Litigious activists have used the Endangered Species Act to fight projects," Reed Hopper, the foundation's principal attorney, said in a statement. "The administration's current proposal is a step toward curbing these abuses."
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