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May 7, 2009 10:49 PM

U.S. to keep Bush administration rule on polar bears

The rule prevents government scientists from considering limitations on greenhouse gas emissions as they seek ways to protect the polar bear. The Bush administration imposed the rule out of fear the plight of the polar bear would become a way to restrict the burning of fossil fuels.

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