Predictably, the Bush administration sided with development and industrial interests when it came time to determine what to do about the sharp drop in the salmon population in the Northwest in the past century. No dams will be taken down and so-called "critical habitat" will be reduced by 80 percent. The Christian Science Monitor has a good summary.
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