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MOST RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
BACKGROUND AND ANALYSIS
What is the ESA?
What is the Impact of the ESA?
Has ESA Been Effective?
Leading Causes of Extinction
Is Extinction Normal?
Issues in the 106th Congress
Funding for Land Conservation
Making the ESA User-Friendly
Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species
Legislation in the 106th Congress
Appropriations Riders, FY1998 - FY2000
Major Provisions of the Current Law: Domestic
Major Provisions of the Current Law: International
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