Sunday, June 1, 2008

Environmental laws Chertoff is violating to build border wall

List of Environmental Laws Chertoff is Violating to Build the Border Wall
By kyledeb on June 1, 2008 9:23 PM

The Rio Grande Guardian lists the federal laws violated:

The National Environmental Policy Act The Endangered Species Act The Federal Water Pollution Control Act (commonly referred to as the Clean Water Act) The National Historic Preservation Act The Migratory Bird Treaty Act The Clean Air Act The Archeological Resources Protection Act The Safe Drinking Water Act The Noise Control Act The Solid Waste Disposal Act, as amended by the Resource Conservation and Recovery ActThe Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act The Archaeological and Historic Preservation Act The Antiquities Act The Historic Sites, Buildings, and Antiquities ActThe Wild and Scenic Rivers Act The Farmland Protection Policy ActThe Coastal Zone Management ActThe Wilderness Act The Federal Land Policy and Management Act The National Wildlife Refuge System Administration ActThe Fish and Wildlife Act of 1956The Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act The Administrative Procedure Act The Otay Mountain Wilderness Act of 1999 Sections 102(29) and 103 of Title I of the California Desert Protection Act The National Park Service Organic Act The National Park Service General Authorities Act Sections 401(7), 403, and 404 of the National Parks and Recreation Act of 1978Sections 301(a)-(f) of the Arizona Desert Wilderness ActThe Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899The Eagle Protection ActThe Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act The American Indian Religious Freedom ActThe Religious Freedom Restoration ActThe National Forest Management Act of 1976The Multiple Use and Sustained Yield Act of 1960
Steve Taylor and Joey Gomez - Rio Grand Guardian (19 May 2008)
Photo by Dan Patterson/On the Arizona border, where the border wall has been built in violation of dozens of federal laws in endangered jaguar and Sonoran pronghorn territory.

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