October 2005
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The article discusses a comprehensive review ordered by United States House Resource Committee Chairman Richard Pombo on the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and what it has achieved. According to Pombo, the ESA hasn't achieved its goals. The comprehensive review that Pombo ordered concludes that a new approach is necessary to get better results from the decades old law.


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