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The Endangered Species Act marks its 30th anniversary this month and one thing far from extinct is controversy over this powerful legislation. Neal Conan and guests look at the accomplishments, the critiques and the future of the environmental law.

Guests:

Rep. John Dingell (D-MI)
*Author of Endangered Species Act

Michael Bean
*Chairman, Wildlife Program for Environmental Defense

Richard Stroup
*Professor of economics, Montana State University
*Senior associate at PERC, Property & Environment Research Center

Brock Evans
*Executive director of the Endangered Species Coalition
*At the time, a lobbyist for the Sierra Club

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