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Disputed Pennsylvania endangered species bill advances

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A bill that would shift final decisions on designating Pennsylvania's endangered species from the state's wildlife and fish agencies to a panel of five political appointees advanced a step in the state House of Representatives on Wednesday. The bill's sponsor, Rep. Jeff Pyle, R-Armstrong, said after the 16-8 House Game and Fisheries Committee vote that the chamber's...

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