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The ESA was passed in 1973 because Americans believed that protecting our wildlife was an obligation to future generations, our nation’s environmental health, our fellow creatures, and the heart of the American way of life. It included wildlife ranges and habitats irrespective of political boundaries because these habitats, which are vital to species survival, cross arbitrary lines. Today, many politicians have forgotten the values Congress embraced four decades ago, and they now attempt to undermine one of most successful bipartisan pieces of legislation our country has ever adopted. Read More
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Updated: June 30, 2017
Article by Center for Biological Diversity
Michael Mason | AKLeg Mar 21, 2017.
Legislative attacks on the Endangered Species Act
Since the 115th Congress was sworn in on January 3, 2017, it has already seen the introduction of at least 34 legislative attacks seeking to strip federal protections from specific species or undercutting the Endangered Species Act. These attacks build on more than 237 pieces of legislation that attempted to weaken the Endangered Species Act since 2011, when the Republican Party took control of the House of Representatives. Read more.
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Eco-tourism at risk in Alaska. No more buffer zone to help protect wolves outside of Denali National Park, where tourists flock every year to get a glimpse of them. Read More
Legislation Advances from the House Resources Committee to Protect Wolves Adjacent to the Denali National Park
WASHINGTON (July 26, 2017) – Today, the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee approved the Hunting Heritage and Environmental Legacy Preservation (HELP) for Wildlife Act, S. 1514.
S. 1514 undermines key principles of the Endangered Species Act (ESA) by allowing politicians to determine which wildlife species receive protections and which do not. It legislatively delists wolves in the Great Lakes region and reaffirms a court decision that returned wolves in Wyoming to state management. Read more.
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Denali Wolf. Image-National Park Service
The Republican-sponsored legislation passed yesterday as Congress voted to kill protections for carnivores on national wildlife refuges in Alaska. This now opens the door for the state to authorize extreme killing methods such as shooting mother bears with cubs and killing wolves with pups on public lands. Read more
SENATE SHOOTS DOWN PROTECTIONS FOR WOLVES AND BEARS ON NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGES IN ALASKA
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Mar. 21, 2017
HARMFUL WILDLIFE BILL PASSES COMMITTEE
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