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Public Speaking 122 views Aug 12, 2018
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A U.S. judge has thrown out a lawsuit that
Judge Edward Chen in San Francisco ruled late Wednesday that the U.S. Department of Defense adequately considered vận chuyển thú nuôi quốc tế the base's effects on the Okinawa dugong - a manatee-like animal associated with traditional creation myths in Japan.

The yearslong legal fight concerns plans to relocate Marine Corps Air Station Futenma to a less dense part of Okinawa.

Environmentalists say the construction of two aircraft runways as part of the construction plan will destroy critical feeding grounds and habitat for the dugong.

Peter Galvin with the Center for Biological Diversity, one of the plaintiffs, said the ruling was wrong and would be overturned by an appeals court.

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  • 12 Aug 2018
    Judge Edward Chen in San Francisco ruled late Wednesday that the U.S. Department of Defense adequately considered vận chuyển thú nuôi quốc tế the base's effects on the Okinawa dugong - a manatee-like animal associated with traditional creation myths in Japan.The yearslong legal fight concerns plans to relocate Marine Corps Air Station Futenma to a less dense part of Okinawa.Environmentalists say the construction of two aircraft runways as part of the construction plan will destroy critical feeding grounds and habitat for the dugong.Peter Galvin with the Center for Biological Diversity, one of the plaintiffs, said the ruling was wrong and would be overturned by an appeals court.Advertisement
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  • Judge Edward Chen in San Francisco ruled late Wednesday that the U.S. Department of Defense adequately considered vận chuyển thú nuôi quốc tế the base's effects on the Okinawa dugong - a manatee-like animal associated with traditional creation myths in Japan.The yearslong legal fight concerns plans to relocate Marine Corps Air Station Futenma to a less dense part of Okinawa.Environmentalists say the construction of two aircraft runways as part of the construction plan will destroy critical feeding grounds and habitat for the dugong.Peter Galvin with the Center for Biological Diversity, one of the plaintiffs, said the ruling was wrong and would be overturned by an appeals court.Advertisement
    Aug 12, 2018 123

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