House passes bill to amend Endangered Species Act

The House passed legislation Tuesday that would modify the Endangered Species Act. Republicans said that making the data publicly available would result in a more transparent process. (We want transparency!) But Democrats said the changes would only slow down the process of designating whether species are endangered. (We don’t want transparency!) “These bills will instead increase the amount of red tape,” said Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.). (Think National Ocean Policy) Read more here 09:50

2 Responses to House passes bill to amend Endangered Species Act

  1. StripedBassHole says:

    Does it matter if you’re an Ass or an Elephant? Government is suppose to have checks and balances. Yet we’re in the Obama version of a transparent Government. He has his Veto Pen ready to ward off anything that may effect “The Obama Ocean Policy”. This Policy has taken control of all Americans Common Property involving “WATER”. Can you survive without “WATER”?

  2. MIGHTYJ says:

    The Obama administration does not want any peer review of the science their agenda requires. The Obama Ocean policy awards control of the bulk of research funds to favored campaigners like the Pew Charitable trusts who will be in charge of leasing ocean real estate to for industrial use and using the money for ocean science that supports their agenda.
    It is enough to make one wonder who will save the environment from the saviors?

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