PLF appeals faulty polar bear decision
Author: Reed Hopper
In June of this year the D.C. District Court upheld the listing of the polar bear as a "threatened" species without ever answering the fundamental question: How is a thriving species threatened with extinction? In a previous post we discuss how the court got the decision wrong. Last week, PLF appealed that decision to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals on behalf of the California Cattlemen's Association and Congress of Racial Equality. Briefing will begin in a few weeks.
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