Does it cost the government anything to keep animals on the endangered species list?

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    The endangered species program is part of the US Fish & Wildlife Service. The employees of the F&WS who research, write about, publicize, and make decisions about the endangered species list are paid. There are additionally costs associated with travel, printing, web sites, and so on. The agency provides grants, which cost money. They are involved with legislators and others regarding the pertinent laws. They have a law enforcement branch whose employees are paid and which certainly has costs associated with normal business activities. See the link for the agency’s web site.

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