Interior Secretary Taps Endangered Species Act Critic To Guide Wildlife Policy
A longtime opponent of the Endangered Species Act has been tapped to fill a key post guiding federal policy on endangered species. In March, Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke named Susan Combs acting assistant secretary for fish, wildlife and parks. Environmental advocates say that could signal big changes for the Endangered Species Act.
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