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Endangered Species

The Center for Biological Diversity sued the U.S. Forest Service and Fish and Wildlife Service in federal court, claiming they illegally issued more than 30 grazing permits in the Apache-Sitgreaves and Gila National Forests that provide habitat for at least eight endangered or threatened species.

TUCSON — The Center for Biological Diversity sued the U.S. Forest Service and Fish and Wildlife Service in federal court, claiming they illegally issued more than 30 grazing permits in the Apache-Sitgreaves and Gila National Forests that provide habitat for at least eight endangered or threatened species.

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