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Second Budget Proposal Proposes Significant Cuts to the Endangered Species Act Budget

On February 12, 2018, the Trump Administration released a budget proposal that would reduce spending on various components of the Endangered Species Act by almost half, including listing determinations and protection of critical habitat.  The administration’s latest budget proposal has been met with widespread opposition by the environmental community.  See Trump Budget is Death Sentence … Continue Reading

New Administration Means Big Changes for Endangered Species

The election of Donald Trump as President, together with Republican majorities in the House and Senate, is likely to lead to important policy changes across a range of issues. While administration of the Endangered Species Act and other federal wildlife laws has not been high profile during the election season, it is an issue area … Continue Reading