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Peterson, Jodi
June 2006
High Country News;6/26/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 12, p3
The article offers news briefs about current events in the U.S. California Representative Richard Combo received 62 percent of the votes in the June 6, 2006 against Republican Pete McCloskey. A law was signed under the Endangered Species Act that would provide logging companies guidelines for conservation instead of prosecuting them for harming aquatic wildlife. The Mormon Church considered Wyoming's Martin's Cove as a sacred place in honor of Mormon emigrants who died during the 1856 blizzard.


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