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Attorney General Jerry Brown Suing Bush Administration

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The endangered mountain yellow-legged frog is a resident of Southern California | Photo by Ken Bohn/Zoological Society of San Diego

Hey President Bush, you're not off the hook yet. Jerry Brown is back suing President Bush over green issues, this time over new rules pertaining to the Endangered Species Act.

"The Bush Administration is seeking to gut the Endangered Species Act on its way out the door," Attorney General Brown said in a statement today. "This is an audacious attempt to circumvent a time-tested statute that for 35 years has required scientific review of proposed federal agency decisions that affect wildlife."

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Here's the low down, according to Brown's office: