Bush Administration Sees Salmon, Dams Coexisting The Bush administration says it has found a way to keep dams in Washington state while not disrupting the migration of wild salmon. The proposal is a new turn in the ongoing debate on whether Northwest salmon can survive four large dams in Washington state. NPR's Jeff Brady reports.
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Bush Administration Sees Salmon, Dams Coexisting

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Bush Administration Sees Salmon, Dams Coexisting

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The Bush administration says it has found a way to keep dams in Washington state while not disrupting the migration of wild salmon. The proposal is a new turn in the ongoing debate on whether Northwest salmon can survive four large dams in Washington state. NPR's Jeff Brady reports.