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The regional council charged with sustainably managing fishing in New England will grapple this week with the alarming decline of one of the region’s most important fish species, cod. Once so bountiful that it built New England’s economy, this fish is now at an all-time low—an estimated 3 percent of a healthy population in the Gulf of Maine and less than 10 percent on nearby Georges Bank. Read More
A new report by ECONorthwest, an independent economics firm, shows that visitors who hike, camp, hunt, and relax on sagebrush lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management generate hundreds of millions of dollars for Western state economies. Read More
With registration deadlines rapidly approaching, almost 110 million of the nation’s approximately 225 million eligible voters live in the 20 states that offer online voter registration. Read More
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