Outdoors Enthusiasts Question Bush Policies

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Groups of hunters and anglers voice opposition to the Bush administration's environmental policies. The outdoors enthusiasts — many of them lifelong Republicans — cite a need to preserve the nation's wildlife habitats, saying they now oppose the president's re-election. NPR's Elizabeth Arnold reports.



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