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Access groups sue to stop Park Service’s ORV plan and final rule


The Cape Hatteras Access Preservation Alliance (CHAPA) today filed a lawsuit against the federal government agencies in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia in an effort to stop the Park Service from implementing its off-road vehicle management plan and ORV final rule, which becomes effective next Wednesday, Feb. 15.  In its complaint, CHAPA takes issue with just about every step in the process of ORV rulemaking, which, it says, began in earnest in 2005.  Read more at IslandFreePress.org

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