The Endangered Wildlife Act is not a joke, the Obama administration says.
And in a video released Thursday, the White House highlighted its push to end the law, which it says is designed to prevent the species from being “killed off” in the wild.
“This is a real, tangible example of how Congress has tried to make sure that our country is working for the species,” Interior Secretary Sally Jewell said.
We need to save wildlife from extinction. “
We need to protect the endangered species to protect our economy and our future.
We need to save wildlife from extinction.
“So we want to work with Congress and the Administration to find a solution to this problem, but we need to be clear about what we’re trying do. “
“The Endangered and Endangered Land Wildlife Act, as it’s known, has been on the books since 1993. “
Under the law the Department of the Interior can only designate an endangered or endangered species for recovery in the United States, where it will be subject to certain environmental safeguards, such as monitoring and habitat protections.”
The Endangered and Endangered Land Wildlife Act, as it’s known, has been on the books since 1993.
Under the law the Department of the Interior can only designate an endangered or endangered species for recovery in the United States, where it will be subject to certain environmental safeguards, such as monitoring and habitat protections.
The law, signed by President George W. Bush in 2005, requires states to designate species for protection under the Endendangered Species List, a voluntary system to list species under the federal Endangered Substitute Species Act.
In the last three years, the End Endangered species Act has received $1.1 billion in federal funds.
While the End endangered Species Act has a long history in the U.S., the Interior Department’s website lists it as “not an official agency of the federal government.”
The department also said in its video that the law was designed to protect Americans from “fear, intimidation, or exploitation.”
The Endangers law allows states to remove certain species from the End of the Endeavor list if they have a proven track record of “invasive, harmful, or destructive use, and threaten the survival of a significant portion of a species.”
It also states that the federal Government may remove endangered species that are “likely to persist” and the End endangers list does not include “endangered species found outside the United Sates.”
Jewell said that if Congress doesn’t change the End endangerment law, the Interior department will “be the one to take care of the conservation of the endangered wildlife.”
She noted that the U,S.
Fish and Wildlife Service has already declared two species “endemic” under the law and that the Fish and Game Department has a list of species that have threatened populations.
But the End protectors law has been met with resistance.
Last week, the Humane Society of the United Kingdom said the EndProtect Act does not go far enough and that it should not be used to target a group of species, which would be a violation of the law’s protections.