REPORT: Democratic states vow to sue Trump for ‘eviscerating’ statute
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Democratic states promised Monday to sue the Trump administration for its move to “eviscerate” the Endangered Species Act by modifying how the federal government implements the law in a manner more accommodating to businesses.
The states are basing their lawsuit on three allegations, Healey said: the administration acted “arbitrarily” by not adequately considering science; that it failed to properly absorb public comment; and the changes violate the text and purpose of the statute to protect vulnerable species from extinction.
The article goes on to state the following:
The Trump administration is casting the changes as less far-reaching than Democrats and environmentalists claim, with the aim of making the law more efficient and less cumbersome.
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