White House Ends Law Enforcement Program at Wildlife Refuges

From: Courthouse News Service

“Wildlife refuge managers, the people who police illegal hunting, fishing, trapping and pollution, among other stewardship duties, are being phased out, according to an internal memo obtained by a federal watchdog. Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, or PEER, were first to obtain the September 21 memo from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service which laid out a two-stage strategy to decommission the Interior’s 115-year old refuge law enforcement program.”

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