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May 7, 2001 | Press Release

Conservationists Seek Voice in Wetlands Litigation

Conservationists today officially requested that they be allowed to participate in settlement discussions between the Bush administration and industry groups regarding a key rule designed to protect wetlands.

April 27, 2001 | Press Release

Developers' Lawsuit Attacks Open Space Victory in East Bay

Environmental and smart growth groups joined the defense of the Save Agriculture and Open Space Lands Initiative ("Measure D") in Alameda County Superior Court against a legal attack by development interests who had opposed it.

April 26, 2001 | Feature

Homer, Louisiana: Nuclear Nonsense

Tom Turner recounts a David-and-Goliath struggle between impoverished African-American people in rural Louisiana and a mighty international consortium of government agencies and private companies bent on siting a uranium enrichment plant in their midst.

March 7, 2001 | Press Release

Settlement Will Reduce Lake Okeechobee Pollution by 70 Percent

As a result of a settlement agreement with the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, there will be a 70 percent reduction of phosphorus pollution permitted into Lake Okeechobee in Okeechobee County, Florida.

March 7, 2001 | Press Release

U.S. Trade Representative Sued for Hiding Documents from Public

Earthjustice filed a lawsuit challenging the US Trade Representative's latest trade negotiations for the proposed Free Trade Area of the Americas, which would expand the North American Free Trade Agreement -- NAFTA -- to encompass the entire hemisphere.

March 2, 2001 | Press Release

Coalition Defends Clean Air Standards for Diesel Trucks and Buses

A coalition of public health, environmental and conservation organizations intervened in a case to oppose the oil refining industry's attacks on an EPA regulation requiring large diesel trucks and buses to reduce air pollution.

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