Species plan may be put on shelf, thanks to mindset of environmental groups
Author: Brandon Middleton
In Utah, state and local officials have been working with representatives from the private sector to come up with a Endangered Species Act plan to restore the population of black-footed ferrets in the northern part of the state. The problem, however, is that even if the plan goes forward, "nothing stops environmental groups from suing to force greater protection," as the local ranching community rightly notes. So for now, the conservation plan appears to be on hold.
More details from The Salt Lake Tribune.
What to read next
Our friends at Institute for Justice have convinced the Supreme Court to soon decide in the case Timbs v. Indiana whether the Constitution restrains states (and not just the federal government) from … ›
This morning the Ninth Circuit released this opinion in Americans for Prosperity Foundation v. Becerra, a case about whether California can demand confidential donor forms from nonprofit organizations operating within … ›