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Uproar as Trump administration significantly weakens endangered species law

SBS Monday, 12 August 2019
The US federal government took steps on Monday to significantly weaken the US Endangered Species Act, prompting state attorneys general and conservation groups to threaten legal action to protect at-risk species.
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The Trump administration has altered the US Endangered Species Act to remove certain protections for vulnerable species.https://inhabitat.com/trump-administration-moves-to-weaken-endangered-species-act-amid-global-extinction-risks/

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