The many problems of Richard Pombo

Margous, Jon
February 2006
High Country News;2/20/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p21
The article reports on political issues about Richard Pombo, a member of the House of Representatives and the chairman of the House Resources Committee. His link to Abramoff and Hurwitzed adds to his troubles in getting re-elected and make the Senate approve his proposal regarding the Endangered Species Act. Several candidates that will run to compete for Richard Pombo's seat in the House of Representatives were also mentioned. It also states the chances of Richard Pombo in winning the position in his district in California.


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