Molloy overturned a decision by the US Fish and Wildlife Service to remove grizzlies from the threatened species list, because he felt the decision didn’t take the effect of global warming on grizzles’ food supply into consideration. He also felt the federal agency’s promise to continue protecting grizzlies was not strong or committed enough. This means that a judge in a position of power sided with environmental groups and against the federal government, a decision that could set a precedent for future rulings on endangered and threatened species.
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