Enviros Sue Feds For Docs On Keystone XL's Impact On Birds
Law360, New York (September 9, 2014, 5:06 PM EDT) -- The Center for Biological Diversity on Tuesday urged a Washington federal judge to force the U.S. Department of State and Fish and Wildlife Service to turn over documents revealing how the Keystone XL pipeline would affect migratory birds and endangered species.
The CBD, which opposes the controversial pipeline, said in a complaint that the State Department and the FWS are improperly withholding 10 records that relate to the analysis of the impacts of the Keystone XL project to protected migratory birds and endangered and threatened wildlife, including the whooping crane and other species. Those records were requested from the FWS by the...
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