Idaho Statesman: A last-minute rewrite of Endangered Species Act regulations is rash and futile

A last-minute rewrite of Endangered Species Act regulations is rash and futile. Editorial by the Idaho Statesman.

This rewrite, or gutting of the Act, is going to disappear if the right candidate wins the presidency.

2 Responses to “Idaho Statesman: A last-minute rewrite of Endangered Species Act regulations is rash and futile”

  1. Maska Says:

    One huge difference between Clinton’s roadless rule and this attempt to gut the ESA by rule making is that Clinton’s roadless revision involved dozens of public meetings (I drove 100 miles in a downpour to attend one.), a lengthy public comment process, etc. ” Bush’s rulemaking is (so far, at least) subject only to a 30 day comment period.

  2. Ralph Maughan Says:

    In Idaho the county commissioners did hold a number of meetings on the issue and then they sent their comments to Governor Risch. I don’t know if they listened to the comments of their county residents.

    I did testify at the one in Pocatello.


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