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January 2002
Court asked to force immediate release of secret energy task force details (01/30/02)
Bush administration refusing to release energy task force records (01/28/02)
Agency pushes oil exploration near Utah park (01/24/02)
New NRDC report documents sweeping rollback of environmental protections by federal agencies (01/23/02)
Forest Service appeals salvage logging legal decision (01/22/02)
BLM backs gas drilling in national monument (01/21/02)
Interior proposes spending boost for refuges (01/21/02)
Coming Soon: More logging in the Pacific Northwest (01/18/02)
Bush administration changes science on polar bear impacts to suit Arctic drilling (01/17/02)
Justice Department finally justifies air pollution lawsuits (01/15/02)
Park Service okays drilling expansion in Florida preserve (01/14/02)
Corps relaxes wetlands protections, White House approves (01/14/02)
Norton withholds government critique of proposal to relax wetlands rules (01/14/02)
Bush administration fighting for new oil drilling off California coast (01/10/02)
Bush administration nuclear weapon cuts, less than advertised (01/10/02)
Environmental enforcement suffers under Bush (01/10/02)
Bush administration plans to double 'Brownfields' cleanup funds (01/10/02)
Bush administration backs pollution-free automobile initiative (01/09/02)
Bush administration plans to get ready to resume nuclear weapons testing (01/08/02)
Bush administration bends rules for favored coal company (01/03/02)
New Corps study backs Columbia River dredging (01/03/02)

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