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Irrigators Assert State & Federal Fish Managers Engaged in Fish Passage Actions which Killed Columbia-Snake River Salmon in 2015 and Impaired Future Fish Returns

 One tragic scene from the Vietnam War came from a U.S. Army Officer who conveyed that to save the village, they would have to destroy it.  The Columbia-Snake River Endangered Species Act (ESA) litigation, now belaboring for twice as many years as the Vietnam Era, induced a similarly destructive image in 2015, when state/federal fish managers engaged in lethal, in-river juvenile fish passage actions instead of relying on the Lower Snake River fish transportation program.

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