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NH 2020 the trigger

A Bakersfield man was fined and sentenced to prison because his tractor ran over a kangaroo rat. Said rat is listed on the endangered species list.

Each year, Pacific Legal Foundation helps hundreds of people go to court to protect them from city, state and federal agencies. These agencies use taxpayers’ money in their court cases. Many cases never go to court because private citizens do not have the necessary funds.

NH 2020 will identify the location of endangered species. If found on your property, you lose control of that property and property values will plummet. Even if none are found, but your property has the proper habitat, the result is the same.

NH 2020 is the trigger. The Endangered Species Act is the gun. You are the victim. NH 2020 spends money needed for other important projects.

Thomas Crosswhite

Grass Valley

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