Environmental groups collecting millions from federal agencies they sue, studies show

By /Published May 08, 2012/FoxNews.com

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    In this 1999 photograph, the Wyoming Range is seen. The state’s largest roadless area had been targeted for oil and gas leasing, but those efforts were withdrawn due to Congressional action. (Courtesy: Biodiversity Conservation Alliance)

Deep-pocketed environmental groups are collecting millions of dollars from the federal agencies they regularly sue under a little-known federal law, and the government is not even keeping track of the payouts, according to two new studies.  Read more:

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