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Ninth Circuit Breathes Life into ESA Section 7(d), Holding It Applies to Claims for Injunctive Relief Regarding Non-Jeopardizing Agency Action Taken after Initiation of Formal Consultation
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Southwest Center For Biological Diversity, et al. v. U.S. Forest Service, et al.
A Ninth Circuit panel recently upheld the Arizona District Court's denial of an injunction that would have prohibited grazing on three federal allotments during the formal consultation process under the Endangered Species Act.
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