Feds Say They Cannot Determine Effectiveness Of Endangered Species Act
Friday, April 7, 2006
When U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials asked for $141 million to fund the endangered species program next year, they inserted a startling note: They can`t prove how well their past efforts have worked.
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