Bush May Create Largest Marine Reserves in World
The Bush Administration is planning to launch one if the biggest conservation programs in U.S. history. It could create several vast marine reserves in U.S. territorial waters in the Pacific, the Gulf of Mexico and off the Atlantic Coast. Supporters say it's an opportunity for President Bush to leave a "blue legacy." Alex Chadwick talks with John Nielsen about the plan.
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