WATCHING WASHINGTON WETLANDS POLICY

With Patrick Crow The Environmental Protection Agency and Corps of Engineers have forged a wetlands preservation policy that signals there are realistic limits to President Bush's dedication to the environment. When Bush entered the White House, amid his baggage of campaign pledges was one declaring there would be "no net loss" of wetlands. Wetlands are the water-bogged marshes and swamps that are of little use to humans but are important wildlife habitats. Environmentalists say development

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