How important was it for Obama to overturn bush’s endangered species stance?



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    The Endangered Species Act is one of the most powerful pieces of environmental legislation ever enacted.  If, upon investigation by scientists, an endangered species is found on a tract of land, then that land may be granted protected status.  Bush’s regulation made it easier for government agencies to bypass this scientific inquiry.  By returning the reins to the scientists, Obama restored one of the strongest elements of the Act.

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