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Congress set to roll back parts of endangered species laws: Will the Republican Congress favor logging and other industries over environmental concerns?

Congress set to roll back parts of endangered species laws: Will the Republican Congress favor logging and other industries over environmental concerns?
  • The Republicans only care about money.

    When will the Republican establishment and their support base understand that you can make money and save the environment? I wonder how much damage the Trump Presidency is going to do to the planet over the next four and maybe eight years. The rest of us need to start doing more to save the environment now.

  • The republican congress and president will favor commercial over environmental interests

    The republican congress will absolutely put commercial and financial concerns above the environmental protections that stand in the way of logging and oil companies making even more profit. It is highly unlikely that this congress with this president will protect the environment if it in any way impacts businesses with lobbying power.

  • Republicans hate the environment

    The Repubican's will take the side of whoever has the most money to give them, and the side that provides them with the most gains. This will undoubtedly be the logging companies and other industrious businesses that would rather harm our environment further than take some small steps to improve this planet for our future generations.

  • Congress will favor logging and other industries over environmental concerns

    Congress will favor logging and other industries over environmental concerns, as it rightfully should. There is no way that environmental concerns should take precedence over any United States worker. Especially, when so many environmental concerns are clearly unsettled science. When the western hairball titmouse begins paying taxes, then I'll give them some deference.

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