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  1. Ramin Honary

    If it passed 92 to 8 in the Senate, there IS A CATCH. I don't know what the catch is, but my guess is this act probably gives a whole lot more control to corporations to manage natural resources for the purposes of making profits, and removes ability of our elected government to regulate. Probably what legislators are calling "environmental protection" really means "giving corporations the right to decide what land is protected." Maybe if you read the 700 page document very carefully, this is the kind of language you'll find.

    Again I have absolutely no clue, but based on how congress works nowadays (entirely on legalized bribery) this is THE ONLY reason why it could be passed with so little difficulty.

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