Do western governors really want to preserve and protect the Endangered Species Act, or do they want to devolve it?
Wyoming has been at the forefront of gubernatorial efforts to change the Endangered Species Act. They would like it to become ‘more effective’. The current effectiveness of the ESA interferes with deliberate and sustained corporate exploitation of our environment and the flora and fauna that live there. The question is whether the ESA was designed to enhance capitalism or conservation?