--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------more than 300 crimes against nature by george w.

bush --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------january 20, 2001 white house freezes all rules set at end of clinton term�including tougher ones for raw sewage january 20, 2001 bush proposes opening arctic national wildlife refuge to oil drilling february 12, 2001 energy department puts off enforcing new efficiency standards for air conditioners february 15, 2001 epa delays new rule protecting wetlands from mining and development march 7, 2001 fish and wildlife service withdraws report calling for protection of endangered salmonids march 9, 2001 bush appoints oil and mining lobbyist as deputy secretary of interior march 13, 2001 bush reneges on campaign promise to reduce carbon dioxide emissions march 16, 2001 bush administration refuses to defend in court rule protecting 58 million acres of wild forest march 20, 2001 bush withdraws proposed stricter limits on arsenic in drinking water march 28, 2001 bush administration rejects kyoto protocol on climate change april 9, 2001 bush budget proposal cuts $500 million from epa may 10, 2001 bush administration refuses to name industry participants in cheney energy task force may 12, 2001 bureau of land management allows continued grazing on endangered-tortoise land in california may 17, 2001 bush releases energy plan heavily favoring fossil fuels and nukes may 17, 2001 forest service reduces citizen and scientific participation in decision-making may 22, 2001

epa officially suspends stricter limits for arsenic in drinking water june 19, 2001 states and others sue energy department over air-conditioner rules (see february 12, 2001) june 21, 2001 timber lobbyist mark rey appointed to key post in forest service july 2, 2001 oil drilling off florida coast proposed by bush administration july 23, 2001 bush budget proposes cutting 270 epa inspector jobs august 2, 2001 army corps of engineers kills plan to protect missouri river wildlife by changing stream flows august 8, 2001 army corps of engineers weakens wetlands protections by slackening permit requirements august 12, 2001 national forests opened to roadbuilding and logging by forest service rule changes august 14, 2001 epa delays tougher rules for toxic power-plant emissions august 17, 2001 federal judge's decision to ban drilling off california's coast appealed by administration august 27, 2001 cattle still grazing on tortoise habitat in california, despite blm agreement to move them august 28, 2001 bush administration proposes missile-defense test installation in pacific; environmentalists sue august 28, 2001 bush administration reconsiders ban on recycling radioactive metals into consumer products september 13, 2001 epa lies about manhattan hazards after 9/11, calls area safe despite extreme toxic pollution september 20, 2001 forest service proposes further reduction in citizen participation in policymaking october 25, 2001 interior department weakens environmental rules for mining operations october 31, 2001 arsenic flip-flop: under public pressure, epa adopts higher standard after all (see may 22, 2001) november 2, 2001 army corps of engineers retreats from policy of "no net loss" of wetlands

november 5, 2001 bush signs bill to boost spending for national forests, but with harmful logging riders november 29, 2001 minnesota's voyageurs national park reopens winter lakes to snowmobiles december 3, 2001 army corps of engineers decides not to decommission snake river dams in pacific northwest december 14, 2001 administration announces weaker standards for nuclear waste storage at nevada's yucca mountain december 14, 2001 forest service announces more roadbuilding on undeveloped forestlands january 9, 2002 administration backs hydrogen-car research, but most hydrogen to come from fossil fuels january 10, 2002 study shows big drop in enforcement of environmental laws under bush january 10, 2002 bush administration fights in court for new oil drilling off california coast january 14, 2002 report shows interior secretary squelched her own agency's criticism of weaker wetlands rules january 14, 2002 wetlands protections weakened nationwide in flip-flop from bush campaign promise january 14, 2002 park service okays more oil drilling in florida's big cypress national preserve january 21, 2002 blm preliminarily approves gas drilling in upper missouri river breaks national monument, montana january 22, 2002 forest service sues to overturn ban on salvage logging in montana's bitterroot national forest january 28, 2002 bush supports cheney's refusal to release secret energy-task-force records february 4, 2002 bush slashes environmental-education spending february 4, 2002 bush budget proposes cutting $1 billion from environmental spending february 4, 2002 bush budget proposes $404 million to support timber sales in national forests

february 11, 2002 environmentalists sue park service for allowing motorized vehicles in georgia wilderness february 14, 2002 bush gives power plants ten more years to cut mercury and sulfur dioxide emissions february 14, 2002 white house unveils global-warming plan that lets c02 emissions continue at present rate february 15, 2002 bush endorses plan to store 77,000 tons of nuclear waste in nevada's yucca mountain february 15, 2002 forest service approves mining exploration in missouri's mark twain national forest february 16, 2002 bush administration asks court to delay endangered-species protection in california february 19, 2002 phaseout of snowmobiles in national parks delayed february 22, 2002 blm proposes to let states allow vehicles in previously off-limits federal lands february 23, 2002 bush's budget asks that taxpayers pay for superfund cleanups instead of polluters february 27, 2002 top epa official resigns to protest bush's effort to weaken rules for polluting industries february 27, 2002 federal judge orders bush administration to release cheney's secret energy-taskforce records march 12, 2002 bush administration belatedly complies with court order to protect desert tortoise march 18, 2002 epa exempts large category of power plants from lawsuits for clean air act violations march 25, 2002 discovery that white house misspent $135,612 of clean-energy funds to print its energy plan march 29, 2002 pentagon seeks exemption from environmental laws april 1, 2002 deadline passes for administration to set first new fuel-economy standards since 1996

april 11, 2002 army corps of engineers approves mining limestone in 5,400 acres of florida's everglades april 14, 2002 white house kills program that funded environmental research for graduate students april 22, 2002 epa citizen-watchdog resigns in protest, charging that agency |officials muzzled him may 3, 2002 new epa rules allow mining operations to dump waste in waterways may 13, 2002 administration asks judge not to limit waste-dumping from mountaintop mines may 13, 2002 bush signs farm bill that pays big subsidies to polluting agricultural operations may 21, 2002 ban on mining in and around oregon's siskiyou national forest ends may 23, 2002 energy department cuts air-conditioner efficiency standards may 24, 2002 bush-putin summit produces nuclear treaty that puts no long-term limit on nuclear weapons may 24, 2002 bush administration drops plan |for contractors to put environmental protection into projects june 3, 2002 oil drilling leases on more than 500,000 acres in alaska signed by interior department june 7, 2002 interior secretary rejects proposal to limit offshore oil drilling in california june 13, 2002 missouri river restoration halted indefinitely by army corps of engineers june 13, 2002 epa proposes weakening clean-air rules for 17,000 power plants june 13, 2002 judge halts bush administration move to end habitat protection on 500,000 acres in california june 17, 2002 judge rejects army corps of engineers plan to allow mine-waste dumping june 24, 2002 epa abandons plan to clean up storm-water pollution june 25, 2002

bush administration blames wildfires on environmentalists june 25, 2002 snowmobiling allowed to continue in national parks, though with some restrictions june 25, 2002 epa ombudsman testifies bush administration pressured him to halt study of radiation standards july 1, 2002 bush administration cuts funding for toxic cleanups to half of that requested by epa july 2, 2002 bush administration rescinds 4 million acres of protection for endangered california frog july 10, 2002 judge orders administration to protect 400,000 calif. acres for endangered alameda whipsnake july 15, 2002 navy given permit to use low-frequency sonar, a known threat to whales july 17, 2002 bush administration opposes senate bill to require 10 percent renewable energy by 2020 july 22, 2002 bush's state department says it will withhold $34 million from un family-planning program july 25, 2002 another top epa official quits in protest july 26, 2002 bush administration backs congressional proposal to exempt companies from disclosing hazards august 7, 2002 epa proposes weakened water-cleanups; asks for "voluntary" efforts august 15, 2002 conservatives praise bush for skipping united nations summit on sustainable development august 22, 2002 interior department claims new power plant won't harm air at mammoth cave national park, ky. august 22, 2002 bush calls for increased logging in name of fire prevention august 27, 2002 u.s. opposes targets for renewable energy use at world summit on sustainable development august 29, 2002

interior department approves billion-dollar plan to store water under mojave desert august 30, 2002 foe of ecological restoration allan fitzsimmons named head of federal wildfire prevention september 3, 2002 white house asks exemption from freedom of information act in energy-task-force suit september 4, 2002 federal officials reject call to add white marlin to endangered list september 9, 2002 states' epa air-quality inspections shown to have dropped by 34 percent september 13, 2002 epa weakens proposed anti-pollution standards for off-road vehicles september 15, 2002 epa deletes global-warming section from pollution report september 17, 2002 bush replacing most scientists on chemical-hazard panel with those tied to chemical industry september 18, 2002 bush executive order cuts citizen involvement in review of road and airport projects september 21, 2002 killing of 34,000 salmonids results from federal diversion of klamath river water in oregon september 27, 2002 interior secretary okays gold mining on sacred indian site in california september 30, 2002 new epa water-quality report shows u.s. waters are getting dirtier october 1, 2002 fish and wildlife service reverses order to increase missouri river flow to protect species october 3, 2002 conservationists urge white house to release $36.5 million in conservation funds for farmlands october 4, 2002 bureau of land management approves largest oil and gas drilling exploration ever in utah october 8, 2002 epa water administrator says war on terror leaves little money for water cleanup october 8, 2002 bush stacks panel on lead poisoning with people tied to the lead industry

october 8, 2002 federal workers reveal memo from epa chief encouraging them to support president when off-duty october 9, 2002 bush administration sides with auto industry in suit against california's emission rules october 10, 2002 administration failed to assess vulnerability of chemical facilities to terrorists, gao says october 15 2002 superfund cleanups drop to 42 per year from average of 76 under clinton, report shows october 16, 2002 judge finds forest service violates endangered species act by not protecting spotted-owl habitat october 17, 2002 bush administration told by federal judge to release energy documents in sierra club lawsuit october 31, 2002 epa halts funding at seven superfund sites november 1, 2002 bush administration threatens withdrawal from historic un population accord november 5, 2002 polluters paid 64 percent less in fines under bush than in last two clinton years, report shows november 11, 2002 bush administration supports renewed elephant-ivory trade november 12, 2002 national park service proposal would allow 1,100 snowmobiles a day in yellowstone, grand teton november 21, 2002 natural-gas drilling at padre island national seashore in texas approved november 22, 2002 epa proceeds with weakening clean air act rules for power plants november 27, 2002 forest service proposes rule changes to increase logging, grazing, mining on 192 million acres december 2, 2002 bush administration plan for oil drilling off california coast ruled illegal by federal judges december 4, 2002 bush administration asks for five more years of study before acting on global

warming december 12, 2002 federal court rules against administration, upholds roadless rule for 58.5 million acres december 12, 2002 white house proposes tiny increase in automobile fuel economy: 1.5 mpg in five years december 13, 2002 federal judge blocks army corps of engineers' snake river dredging plan in pacific northwest december 16, 2002 epa's new factory-farm rule favors big agribusiness polluters december 18, 2002 white house budget office values elderly lives 63 percent less in environmental cost-benefit analysis december 20, 2002 federal judge blocks interior department from permitting oil exploration in eastern utah december 30, 2002 epa proposes two-year exemption of oil and gas industry from storm-water pollution rules january 6, 2003 bureau of land management rule change gives states leeway for new roads in wildlands january 10, 2003 bush budget requests $6.4 billion for energy department's nuclear weapons activity january 10, 2003 bush administration proposes pulling federal safeguards from 20 percent of u.s. wetlands january 13, 2003 pentagon plans to ask for exemption from environmental laws on millions of acres january 16, 2003 environmental personnel scratched from usaid policy bureau january 17, 2003 interior department proposes oil exploration on up to 9 million acres of alaska's north slope january 19, 2003 pentagon continues lobbying for exemptions from environmental laws january 21, 2003 epa refuses to ban weed-killer atrazine, a possible carcinogen january 22, 2003 epa retains unsafe limits for toxic perchlorates

january 24, 2003 manatees get federal protection, thanks to lawsuit settlement january 27, 2003 bush administration proposes privatizing thousands of national park service jobs january 27, 2003 california's giant sequoia threatened by forest service proposal to resume logging nearby january 29, 2003 bush administration wins court ruling that legalizes mountaintop-removal mining permits january 30, 2003 bureau of land management proposes rollback of clinton-era restrictions on grazing january 30, 2003 exemptions to phaseout of ozone-destroying methyl bromide planned by bush administration february 11, 2003 epa drafts new rules to relax toxic-air-pollution standards february 20, 2003 national park service finalizes rules allowing snowmobiles in national parks february 25, 2003 national academy of sciences panel strongly criticizes bush's global-warming plan february 27, 2003 bush's "clear skies" plan allows much more pollution than if clean air act were enforced, critics charge february 27, 2003 transportation department speeds up environmentally harmful road projects february 28, 2003 oil drilling in arctic national wildlife refuge his "greatest wish," says highranking interior official february 28, 2003 wilderness protection for millions of acres in alaska's tongass forest rejected by forest service march 4, 2003 national park service slaughters 231 yellowstone bison march 7, 2003 paul wolfowitz tells military leaders to find reasons to exempt military from environmental rules march 10, 2003 epa exempts oil and gas industry from president clinton's tighter water-pollution rules march 13, 2003

epa withdraws another clinton-era water-pollution cleanup rule march 13, 2003 epa official testifies in congress in favor of exempting military from environmental laws march 18, 2003 epa allows sludge dumping in potomac river to continue for seven more years march 18, 2003 fish and wildlife proposes removing protections from endangered wolves march 18, 2003 federal judge orders interior department to continue protecting manatees march 18, 2003 gao again criticizes bush administration for failing to reduce security risks at chemical plants march 25, 2003 park service adopts plan for yellowstone/teton allowing1,100 snowmobiles a day april 1, 2003 bush administration drops court battle to allow california offshore drilling april 1, 2003 bush administration barely raises suv gas mileage requirements, to 1.5 mpg more by 2007 april 3, 2003 bureau of reclamation again diverts water from klamath river, where salmonid kill occurred april 4, 2003 new u.s.�mexico pollution treaty signed, but lacks funding april 7, 2003 bush administration asks un to remove yellowstone from endangered world heritage status april 8, 2003 protection plan for 76-mile stretch of california coast abandoned by national park service april 9, 2003 interior department paves way for new roads on federal lands in utah april 10, 2003 u.s. fish and wildlife signs off on plan to reopen imperial sand dunes to off-road vehicles april 20, 2003 toxic cleanups still lagging: 41 percent fewer superfund sites cleaned up by epa, report says april 21, 2003 sharp criticism of bush administration air-pollution policies by independent panel

april 24, 2003 white house unveils pro-industry chemical security bill april 28, 2003 white house bans epa from discussing perchlorate pollution may 2, 2003 vehicle fuel economy drops to 22-year low of 20.8 mpg, says epa report may 2, 2003 permits for cross-border power lines from mexican power plants illegal, says federal judge may 5, 2003 navy's use of sonar causes "stampede"�and possibly death�of marine mammals in puget sound may 7, 2003 epa drops "senior death discount" calculation (see december 18, 2002) may 13, 2003 fish and wildlife service signs off on mining in montana's cabinet mountains wilderness may 14, 2003 white house's $247 billion transportation plan slashes environmental protection may 14, 2003 epa proposes easing, delaying smog-control rules may 21, 2003 christine todd whitman, embattled epa chief, resigns may 30, 2003 park service opens maryland and virginia's assateague island national seashore to jet skis may 30, 2003 forest-fire plan eliminates environmental review of logging projects under 1,000 acres june 2, 2003 energy department announces$2 billion to $4 billion plan to build new "mini" nukes june 3, 2003 energy department funds study on how to ease effects of global warming for alaska oil drillers june 5, 2003 forest service plan would triple logging limits in california's sierra nevada june 9, 2003 usda reverses clinton ban on most logging and roadbuilding on 58.5 million acres june 20, 2003 defense department reneges on plan to test for perchlorate pollution at u.s. bases june 23, 2003

bush administration again deletes references to dangers of global warming from epa report june 27, 2003 federal judge halts timber sale in montana's kootenai national forest july 1, 2003 autopsies link navy sonar to porpoise deaths, environmentalists charge july 8, 2003 federal court rejects cheney's argument for keeping energy-task-force records secret july 12, 2003 epa refuses to regulate perchlorate and other drinking-water contaminants july 17, 2003 energy department lobbies congress for law to get around court ruling on nuke waste july 17, 2003 federal judge rules administration must redo water plan for oregon/california klamath river july 22, 2003 army corps of engineers ruled in contempt for defying order to change missouri river flows july 24, 2003 bush administration softens demand for outsourcing of federal jobs, including at national parks august 8, 2003 bush administration settlement of timber suit could double logging in northwest august 11, 2003 bush taps anti-environmental utah governor mike leavitt to head epa august 26, 2003 new epa rules ignore mercury pollution from chlorine plant august 27, 2003 epa excludes 17,000 facilities from upgrading pollution controls when installing new equipment august 29, 2003 u.s. court rules against epa's loopholes in mountaintop-removal-mining regulations september 2, 2003 epa weakens ban on selling polluted sites by reinterpreting law september 2, 2003 epa refuses to regulate ballast-water discharges from ships september 4, 2003 epa finds 274 violations of laws for dumping mountaintop-mining debris september 22, 2003

white house's own study concludes benefits of environmental regulations far outweigh costs september 23, 2003 forest service estimates $2 million lost in timber sale from alaska's tongass september 24, 2003 white house recommendations would undermine public participation in environmental planning september 25, 2003 epa proposes deal that would let polluting factory farms avoid prosecution october 1, 2003 bush fails to renew energy-conservation program that saved government $300 million a year october 6, 2003 epa rules that farmers can't sue pesticide makers if chemicals fail to meet stated claims october 10, 2003 interior department overturns limits on acreage where gold mines can dump waste october 10, 2003 judge orders interior department to stop stalling on owl habitat protection october 10, 2003 epa proposal to allow warmer waters behind oregon dams threatens salmonids october 10, 2003 epa inspector general criticizes agency for lax enforcement october 13, 2003 bush administration proposes lifting ban on importing endangered species october 13, 2003 $18.6 million forest service study says outsourcing its jobs would rarely be costeffective october 17, 2003 epa announces it will not regulate dioxins in sewage sludge dumped on land october 31, 2003 epa declines to restrict use of pesticide atrazine november 4, 2003 superfund cleanups lag for third straight year november 4, 2003 environmentalists criticize revised everglades-recovery plan for failing to ensure natural water flow november 13, 2003 park service workers charge that bush policies will "destroy the grand legacy of our national parks" november 14, 2003

bush administration loses bid to increase ozone-depleting methyl bromide november 18, 2003 administration admits blame for kill of 34,000 salmonids in klamath river (see september 21, 2002) november 18, 2003 epa proposes looser regulations on dumping low-level radioactive waste in landfills december 3, 2003 bush signs "healthy forests" bill: more logging, less species protection on millions of acres december 4, 2003 epa seeks to reclassify mercury as "nontoxic" december 5, 2003 bureau of land management proposes weakening rules for grazing livestock on federal land december 9, 2003 federal violation notices to polluters down almost 60 percent; almost 30 percent fewer fines december 16, 2003 white house abandons plans to weaken clean water act protections for wetlands december 17, 2003 defense department urged to protect endangered tortoise during robot race december 17, 2003 federal judge overturns administration decision not to protect orcas in puget sound december 19, 2003 forest service opens grizzly bear habitat to snowmobiles in montana's flathead national forest december 23, 2003 forest service continues to allow logging in tongass, world's largest temperate rainforest december 24, 2003 federal court blocks epa plan to weaken clean air act by exempting power plants from review january 1, 2004 only 50 companies agree to bush administration's voluntary plan to cut globalwarming emissions january 8, 2004 $175 million superfund shortfall prevents cleanups at 11 sites, slows down others january 7, 2004 white house proposes overturning ban on mining near streams january 9, 2004

pentagon to seek more environmental exemptions january 9, 2004 forest service limits citizens' right to challenge logging plans by appeal or in court january 13, 2004 federal court overturns bush administration's weakening of energy efficiency for air conditioners january, 21 2004 interior secretary asks to triple number of gas-drilling permits in wyoming january 22, 2004 epa scales back monitoring of smokestack pollution january 22, 2004 interior department opens 9 million acres on alaska's north slope to oil drilling january 23, 2004 forest service plans to boost logging on up to 3.2 million acres of appalachian forests january 27, 2004 white house says epa doesn't have to study pesticide effects on imperiled wildlife january 29, 2004 bush administration proposes letting contractors police federal nuclear-plant safety january 30, 2004 parts of epa's mercury-pollution plan lifted verbatim from industry memos february 2, 2004 bush budget proposes $10 million cut in funds for endangered species february 5, 2004 epa admits twice as many children (630,000) in danger from mercury exposure february 6, 2004 clean air act changes undermining enforcement, says former epa official february 9, 2004 energy development allowed inside colorado and utah's dinosaur national monument february 11, 2004 forest service plan allows mining, drilling in alabama's national forests february 13, 2004 epa no longer to require "worst case scenarios" from industry february 15, 2004 forest service allows poisoning of prairie dogs in four states february 16, 2004 white house ignores threat from gasoline additive mtbe february 18, 2004

u.s. navy plans to dredge endangered turtle habitat in key west february 18, 2004 20 nobel prize�winning scientists say administration distorts science for political gain february 24, 2004 federal mine-safety official demoted after questioning mine accident investigation february 27, 2004 missouri river management plan ignores fish protections march 3, 2004 administration proposes to relax rules on killing wolves in idaho and montana march 9, 2004 358 conservation scientists urge administration to halt plan to import endangered species march 10, 2004 forest service hires pr firm to promote sierra nevada plan that would triple logging march 11, 2004 epa inspector general says agency's rosy drinking-water assessments used false data march 12, 2004 forest service relents: no snowmobiles in grizzly habitat in montana's flathead national forest march 15, 2004 court rules blm illegally opened montana area to off-road vehicles march 16, 2004 epa approves plan to inject toxic waste underground in michigan wells march 19, 2004 fda warnings on mercury in tuna not strong enough, scientists charge march 24, 2004 nrdc sues bush administration for withholding records on perchlorate in drinking water march 25, 2004 blm suspends plans for energy development at dinosaur national monument, colo. and utah march 26, 2004 delay in phaseout of dangerous methyl bromide pesticide negotiated by united states march 30, 2004 federal court orders bush administration to release forest-planning documents march 31, 2004 federal judge orders energy department to release more cheney energy-task-force records

march 31, 2004 epa prosecution of environmental crimes even weaker under new administrator april 1, 2004 bush administration worked behind scenes to weaken european union chemical safety rules april 1, 2004 mining whistleblower accuses bush administration of cover-up in huge coal-sludge spill april 2, 2004 bush administration sells 155 acres in colorado to phelps dodge corporation for $875 april 6, 2004 epa weakens safety rules for rat poison at industry's behest april 7, 2004 white house downplays effects of mercury from coal-fired power plants april 8, 2004 interior secretary allows aerial hunting of alaska wolves to continue april 9, 2004 interior department blocks release of data on oil drilling to environmental working group april 11, 2004 bush administration budget asks for $35 million cut in lead-poisoning prevention april 13, 2004 administration spending more on nuclear weapons research than in cold war, report says april 15, 2004 fish and wildlife service rejects protection for yellowstone trumpeter swans april 19, 2004 39 state attorneys general urge denial of pentagon's request for environmental exemptions april 20, 2004 yellowstone park employees advised to wear hearing protection from snowmobile noise april 22, 2004 national council of churches strongly criticizes bush's air-pollution policies april 28, 2004 usda weakens organic-food standards, allowing hormones, feed raised with pesticides april 28, 2004 interior department limits designations of critical habitat for endangered species april 29, 2004

report shows that more than half of all americans live in areas with hazardous levels of smog may 3, 2004 power companies have raised $6.6 million for bush, republicans, report says may 12, 2004 scientists say yucca mountain nuclear facility could leak far sooner than energy department claims may 21, 2004 whistle-blowing federal biologist quits over politicized decision-making may 21, 2004 epa officials with timber ties weaken toxic formaldehyde standards for plywood industry may 26, 2004 usda backs down, keeps organic-food standards (see april 28, 2004) may 27, 2004 u.s. army retracts order to cut some environmental-protection practices may 28, 2004 army corps lets sewers, ditches "mitigate" loss of streams to mountaintop-removal mining may 28, 2004 a dozen major national parks hit by cutbacks to visitor services and staffing june 1, 2004 federal court rejects epa's proposed snowmobile standards june 1, 2004 administration delays greater protection for marbled murrelet to benefit timber industry june 2, 2004 exemption of military from migratory-bird-protection rules proposed by administration june 2, 2004 new epa rules allow more fine-particle pollution from 1,000 industrial plants june 3, 2004 bush's 2005 budget zeroes out funding for research on abrupt climate change june 7, 2004 bush wins ruling to allow mexican trucks into u.s. without meeting clean-air standards june 8, 2004 reduction in snake and columbia river water releases, harming northwest salmon, announced june 15, 2004 administration's pro-oil, pro-nuke energy proposal stalled in congress

june 24, 2004 supreme court ruling allows cheney to keep energy-task-force secrets until after election july 8, 2004 bush team pushes one of biggest timber sales in u.s. history under guise of fire protection july 12, 2004 administration proposes forcing states to pay 2.5 times more for public transit than for roads july 12, 2004 administration to eliminate clinton-era roadless rule, ending protections for 58.5 million acres july 16, 2004 fish and wildlife service to end protection for eastern wolves and abandon reintroduction plans july 16, 2004 bush refuses to release $34 million for international family planning appropriated by congress source: natural resources defense council --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------http://choronzon.org word/sound/image dedicated to new world chaos

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