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June 18, 2004 | Case

Protecting Utah’s Wild Lands

Earthjustice beat back an attempt by the Bush Bureau of Land Management and the state of Utah to open permanently open vast tracts of wilderness-quality lands in Utah to development and to strip the government of its ability to protect these pristine areas.

June 11, 2004 | Case

Sewage Discharges in Washington DC Waterways

When big storms hit Washington, D.C., raw sewage pours into the Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and Rock Creek. This has been going on for years, but it took a lawsuit to force the city government to begin the process of fixing the problem.

May 21, 2004 | Case

Mercury from Chlorine Plants

Mercury is a well-known byproduct of burning coal in power plants, but another source—chlorine plants—goes unmeasured, let alone regulated. An Earthjustice lawsuit sought to force the Environmental Protection Agency to correct this dangerous situation.

April 21, 2004 | Press Release

Hug an Old-Growth Tree

Earthjustice battles the Bush administration's attempts to increase old-growth logging

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