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  • Primer 6: Immigration

    Our policies are schizophrenic.

  • Riparian restoration guru

    Bill Zeedyk lets the water do the work

  • Regulating the river

    Montana counties set streamside setbacks

  • Beloved companion or Parisian dinner?

    Slaughter ban backfires for U.S. horses

  • When choosing a house, think past a lifetime

    Alan Kesselheim says Westerners should not be shocked when a house built in a floodplain eventually falls victim to a flood.

  • PRO: The Tejon agreement is a true conservation victory

    Graham Chisholm believes that an agreement involving open space, a large housing development and condor habitat on California’s Tejon Ranch is a “true conservation victory.”

  • CON: A housing development that’s a tragedy for condors

    The Tejon Ranch agreement, which will allow a housing development to be build in the midst of rare condor critical habitat, is a disaster for the endangered birds, according to Noel Snyder and David Clendenen.

  • Don’t trash Joshua Tree National Park

    Seth Shteir is appalled at the prospect of a gigantic landfill planned for the fragile desert landscape next to Joshua Tree National Park.

  • A little regulation can be a very good thing

    Jim Spehar says proposed new regulations won’t harm western Colorado’s oil and gas industry and may do a lot to help the rest of the region’s economy survive the current boom.

  • Who you calling terrorist?

    Just because you disagree with someone about energy drilling or off-road vehicles doesn’t mean your opponent is a communist pinko – or an eco-terrorist.

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