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Feds failed to protect habitat of endangered bee found in Illinois, lawsuit says

CHICAGO - Federal agencies failed to follow the law in protecting the habitat of an endangered bumblebee that continues to be found in Illinois despite major population loss nationwide, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Washington, D.C., by an environmentalist group.

The lawsuit brought by the Natural

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