PLF on the radio: reclassifying the wood stork
Author: Joshua Thompson
PLF principal attorney Reed Hopper will be interviewed on Fox News Radio (Ft. Myers 92.5 FM) at 8:30 a.m. EST on Friday, October 1st. Reed will discuss PLF's lawsuit on behalf of the Florida Home Builders Association which forced the US Fish & Wildlife Service to review the classification of all endangered species. Even after a court ordered the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to complete a status review for the wood stork in 2007, and the subsequent review by the Service's own biologists resulted in a recommendation to downlist the wood stork from endangered to threatened, the Service never acted on its own recommendation.
For those of you outside the listening area, you can listen to the interview here on your computer or iPhone.
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