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CHANGE: A new push to deregulate America’s oceans and backcountry. “Recent decisions at the Interi…

CHANGE: A new push to deregulate America’s oceans and backcountry. “Recent decisions at the Interior and Commerce departments are opening the doors for more commercial exploitation of US fisheries and land resources. Advocates say the changes finally allow local voices to be heard. Critics say science is being ignored in favor of industry.”
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