Talking Points on the Environment #14

Checklist for Endangered Species Act Reform

Congress will soon take up the issue of Endangered Species Act reform. Before Congress can devise a species protection plan that will work for all species -- both humans and wildlife -- it must first:

Recommendations developed based on information from David Ridenour of The National Center for Public Policy Research; Myron Ebell, formerly of the American Land Rights Association; John Shanahan of The Heritage Foundation; "Perverse Incentives and Endangered Species," by Brian Seasholes of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, The Washington Times, April 6, 1995; and NWI Resource , Fall 1994.

Issue Date: April 12, 1995

Talking Points on the Economy: Environment #14, published by The National Center for Public Policy Research, 501 Capitol Ct NE, Washington, D.C. 20002 Tel. (202) 543-4110, Fax (202)543-5975, [email protected], http://www.nationalcenter/inter.net. For more information about Talking Points on the Economy: Environment #14 contact Bob Adams at 202/543-4110 or [email protected]


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