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17 states sue Trump administration over Endangered Species Act changes

Independent Wednesday, 25 September 2019
Plans to turn back protections for threatened species and habitats challenged
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The plaintiffs argue the changes &quot;significantly weaken&quot; the law, which has provided protections to more than 1,600 kinds of animals and plants.

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