Politics & Government

December 11, 2008 5:29 PM

Environmentalists: New rule guts Endangered Species Act

In a move environmental groups says strikes at the heart of the Endangered Species Act, the Bush administration on Thursday announced a new rule that would let federal agencies decide on their own whether their projects harm endangered species, instead of requiring them in many cases to get a second opinion from federal wildlife experts.

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