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March 2002
BLM proposal could doom California dunes (03/29/02)
Forest Service reverses mine approval (03/29/02)
Pentagon seeks exemption from environmental laws (03/29/02)
Bush administration revisiting Rocky Mountain Front protections (03/28/02)
BLM sets sights on drilling Powder River basin (03/27/02)
Energy Department papers show industry is the real author of administration's energy policy (03/27/02)
White House misuses clean energy funds to print dirty energy plan (03/25/02)
Endangered species habitat under attack (03/19/02)
White House touts aggressive regulatory review (03/19/02)
EPA will weaken federal clean air rules (03/18/02)
Department of Defense agrees to complete new environmental impact analyses on missile defense testing (03/18/02)
Hawaiian marine reserve protections preserved (03/18/02)
BLM plans to open more lands to drilling (03/18/02)
Gas drilling returns to Padre Island National Seashore (03/15/02)
EPA sends industry lobbyist to testify before Congress on proposed cuts to enforcement budgets (03/12/02)
Desert tortoise finally protected (03/12/02)
Bush administration scraps plans for new wildlife refuge (03/12/02)
Forest Service proposes oil and gas leasing in Los Padres (03/11/02)
"Drill first, ask questions later" energy policy threatens wild lands (03/07/02)
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service employees silenced on Arctic Refuge (03/06/02)
BLM Idaho director forced to resign (03/06/02)
Whitman remarks undermine government's Clean Air Act lawsuits (03/03/02)


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