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Fishermen in Fight over California Marine Reserve

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Fishermen in Fight over California Marine Reserve

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Fishermen in Fight over California Marine Reserve

Fishermen in Fight over California Marine Reserve

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California opens the largest marine reserve in the West in a bid to protect the diversity of marine life. Fishing now is prohibited over 175 square miles surrounding the Channel Islands off the southern coast. But fishermen are fighting the restrictions. NPR's Ina Jaffe reports.

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