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Mouse debate rages in Colorado

Sep 25, 2006
— Preble's Mouse debate illustrates problems with Endangered Species Act. The Preble’s Meadow Jumping Mouse, a tiny rodent, is at the heart of an ongoing dispute between agriculture interests and environmentalists. The mouse, which ranges across the Plains of Wyoming and Colorado, inhabits riparian areas, particularly those along irrigation ditches and stream banks. Its habitat is a key to the debate, because if listed as an endangered species, it w...

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