Supreme Court Decides Against Intervening in ‘Critical Habitat’ Designations

Greenwire: The Supreme Court declined today to take up whether federal regulators and courts take account sufficiently of the economic impacts of "critical habitat" designations under the Endangered Species Act. It is a touchy issue because private property owners, including developers and ranchers, have objected to critical habitat designations that infringe on their ability to do business. The Endangered Species Act specifically states that the Fish and Wildlife Service must designate critical habitats......

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