Oregon challenges new Columbia River bi-op
From The Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Complaint here. At bottom, Oregon believes that the new bi-op inadequately protects various salmonids' chances for recovery, and incorporates too many variables that reflect a rosier-than-justified assessment of the salmonids' current and future status.
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