EDITOR'S NOTE: Doing something about 'anything'

Mecklin, John
November 2006
High Country News;11/27/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 22, p2
The author reflects on the results of the midterm elections in the U.S. He cites the points raised by editor Ray Ring in a cover story, signifying that with the change in congressional control, several people of the environmental movement will lose committee chairmanships and be replaced by the Democrats. He concludes that even with a change in the congressional control, the Republicans still head the executive agencies that interpret and enforce environmental law.


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