According to the New York Times and Greenwire, the Obama Administration is preparing their decision on whether to overturn the Bush Endangered Species Act regulations.

Greenwire writes, “the Interior Department is proceeding with a final rule revamping changes that the Bush administration made to Endangered Species Act regulations in its final months.”

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The Department of Interior has sent a revised rule to the Office of Management and Budget. The rule could be released as early as Monday or in a few weeks. No news about the Bush Administration’s polar bear rule and whether they will overturn that.

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