Fishing Ban Considered as Salmon Dwindle

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U.S. officials are on the brink of forbidding salmon fishing along the West Coast because of a major collapse in the salmon population. Marine experts say they are witnessing the worst crisis in the salmon population in at least 40 years.

Keith reports for member station KQED in Northern California.

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