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August 10, 2018

Montana looks to keep 1,000 grizzlies amid push to lift protections

Public hunting of the animals could occur at some point in the future if federal officials move forward with plans to remove the population’s threatened species protections. No hunting plans have been crafted, but officials said if a hunt were to occur it would be constrained by the population objectives that were endorsed Thursday.

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Official: Pennsylvania ‘clearly behind’ in pollution goals

BALTIMORE — A senior environmental official in Pennsylvania said Tuesday that his state is “clearly behind” in reaching goals of cutting pollution that flows downstream into the Chesapeake Bay by 2025, weeks after heavy rains brought a stunning amount of debris into Maryland. Patrick McDonnell, secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, made the

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Alaska Supreme Court orders parts of salmon initiative cut

JUNEAU, Alaska — The Alaska Supreme Court ordered that portions of an initiative aimed at protecting salmon be stricken as unconstitutional but decided that the rest of the measure can advance to the fall ballot. In a written order, the court said the problematic parts would bar the state Fish and Game commissioner from granting

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