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Conservation Groups Oppose Trump Administration’s Decision to Cut Gray Wolves From Federal Endangered Species List
The Trump administration announced the delisting of the gray wolf from the Endangered Species Act (ESA) roster, saying protection and management of the animals will now be in the hands ...
October 30, 2020
Will the Left Kill America’s Energy Dominance?
Commentary If the “liberal” green movement had the political power during earlier periods of our nation’s history that ...
July 14, 2020
Trump Administration Eases Regulatory Burdens of Endangered Species Act
Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt said Aug. 12 the Trump administration is moving forward with a business-friendly ...
August 13, 2019
Supreme Court Finds Limits to Endangered Species Act
A unanimous Supreme Court overruled bureaucrats enforcing the Endangered Species Act (ESA), ruling that the federal government overreached ...
November 28, 2018
Endangered Frog Takes Center Stage as Supreme Court Begins New Term
The federal government shouldn’t be allowed to limit development on private land to help save an endangered species ...
October 1, 2018
State of the Birds
Since 2009 federal agencies, academics, and conservation groups have assessed the status of America’s birds in an annual ...
November 4, 2014
The House’s Continued Assault on Endangered Species
Earlier this year, Representative Doc Hastings, a powerful foe of wildlife conservation and Chairman of the House Natural ...
August 8, 2014
Jamie Rappaport Clark
Keep the ESA Strong for the Next 40 Years
Forty years ago, the most important wildlife protection measure in U.S. history was signed into law by President ...
January 9, 2014
White House ‘Committed’ to Working With Congress to Check Presidential War Power After Syria Strike
White House Says Relief Bill Remains ‘Incredibly Progressive’ Despite Senate Compromises
Socialist Policies Can Be Resisted Peacefully If People Do Not Lose Hope: Trevor Loudon
Trump-Era Defense Leaders Should Testify on Capitol Riot Response: Sen. Peters
Sen. Johnson Indicates Preference for Leaving Office After Current Term
Key Things You Need to Know About HR 1, the For the People Act of 2021
Senate Agrees to $300 Weekly Jobless Aid Through End of August in COVID-19 Relief Bill
Mimi Nguyen Ly
US Condemns China’s Hong Kong Moves, Working to ‘Galvanize’ Action Against Abuses
New York Lawmakers Approve Bill to Strip Cuomo of Pandemic Emergency Powers
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Senator Departs for Family Funeral Amid Stimulus Bill Vote-a-Rama Session