Is the government excused from following its own laws?

The answer is no. The California Endangered Species Act requires the Department of Fish and Wildlife to conduct status reviews of species listed as threatened or endangered every five years. PLF … ›

Bureaucrats abdicate duty 233 times. PLF sues.

The California Endangered Species Act charges the California Department of Fish and Wildlife with the task of conducting status reviews for endangered and threatened species at least once every five years. … ›

Fish and Wildlife Service will review four species singled out in PLF lawsuit

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Today we learned that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service–the agency in charge of administering the Endangered Species Act–will be initiating status review of four species listed … ›

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Is the government excused from following its own laws?

The answer is no. The California Endangered Species Act requires the Department of Fish and Wildlife to conduct status reviews of species listed as threatened or endangered every five years. PLF … ›

Bureaucrats abdicate duty 233 times. PLF sues.

The California Endangered Species Act charges the California Department of Fish and Wildlife with the task of conducting status reviews for endangered and threatened species at least once every five years. … ›

Fish and Wildlife Service will review four species singled out in PLF lawsuit

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Today we learned that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service–the agency in charge of administering the Endangered Species Act–will be initiating status review of four species listed … ›

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Is the government excused from following its own laws?

The answer is no. The California Endangered Species Act requires the Department of Fish and Wildlife to conduct status reviews of species listed as threatened or endangered every five years. PLF … ›

Bureaucrats abdicate duty 233 times. PLF sues.

The California Endangered Species Act charges the California Department of Fish and Wildlife with the task of conducting status reviews for endangered and threatened species at least once every five years. … ›

Fish and Wildlife Service will review four species singled out in PLF lawsuit

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Today we learned that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service–the agency in charge of administering the Endangered Species Act–will be initiating status review of four species listed … ›

Is the government excused from following its own laws?

The answer is no. The California Endangered Species Act requires the Department of Fish and Wildlife to conduct status reviews of species listed as threatened or endangered every five years. PLF … ›

Bureaucrats abdicate duty 233 times. PLF sues.

The California Endangered Species Act charges the California Department of Fish and Wildlife with the task of conducting status reviews for endangered and threatened species at least once every five years. … ›

Fish and Wildlife Service will review four species singled out in PLF lawsuit

Author: Daniel Himebaugh Today we learned that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service–the agency in charge of administering the Endangered Species Act–will be initiating status review of four species listed … ›