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February 2002
Energy Dept. ordered to release task force records to NRDC (02/27/02)
Top EPA official resigns in protest of Bush's pro-polluter policies (02/27/02)
Bureau of Reclamation Klamath plan endangers fish (02/27/02)
EPA official admits that Bush clean air plan is weak (02/26/02)
Bush administration intends to shift Superfund cleanup from polluters to taxpayers (02/23/02)
BLM rule could block federal land protection (02/22/02)
Corps doesn't give a dam for Snake River salmon (02/21/02)
Snowmobile ban dealt another blow (02/19/02)
Bush administration seeks to weaken endangered species protection in California (02/16/02)
National Forest in Missouri opened to drilling (02/15/02)
Bush backs Yucca Mountain for nuclear waste dump (02/15/02)
White House global warming plan "cooks the books" (02/14/02)
Bush announces rollback of power plant pollution rules (02/14/02)
The Bush administration's secret plan for strengthening U.S. nuclear forces (02/13/02)
Park Service wants motorized access in Georgia wilderness (02/11/02)
Forest Service compromises on Bitterroot salvage logging plan (02/07/02)
Bush using Everglades plan to target endangered species (02/07/02)
Bush proposes 'charter' forests (02/06/02)
Park snowmobile phase-out delayed (02/05/02)
Former Energy Department official blasts Yucca storage plan (02/05/02)
Bush to boost logging in national forests (02/04/02)
President Bush unveils "slash and burn" budget for 2003 (02/04/02)
Bush slashes environmental education spending (02/04/02)
Bush budget cuts student research (02/03/02)
EPA initially criticized Bush-Cheney energy plan (02/02/02)

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