A ghost of the 1970s

April 2009
High Country News;4/13/2009, Vol. 41 Issue 6, p5
The article focuses on the new Omnibus Public Land Management Act collaborated and enacted by both Republicans and Democrats in Washington, D. C., in March 2009. The Act is a new environmental law which attempts to conserve natural resources. It also approves the National Landscape Conservation System proposed by the former Clinton administration. President Barack Obama commented that the Act is so far the first law agreed by both parties and the first topic to be tackled other than politics.


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