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President's Message (Jean Aoki)
Changes to the State Excise Tax? (Astrid Monson)
Member Survey
Coordinated Community Response System to Domestic Violence (Val Kanuha)
Fairest Among Thousands (Betty Smith)
Making Democracy Work: Campaign Finance Reform (Toni Worst)
Wetlands & Agriculture: Public Interest and Public Benefits
League Local News - Hawaii County
League Local News - Kauai County
League Local News - Honolulu League
Education Committee (Mary Anne Raywid)
General Election Statistics for 1996 & 1998
Population Explosion: 6 Billion People in 1999
Scorecard on Gambling Positions
Model UN Project (Helene Hale)
State Board Actions
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Wetlands & Agriculture: Public Interest and Public Benefits (AER-765)

The public and private interests in conserving wetlands have been the subject of some contentious debates in recent years. This new report from USDA's Economic Research Service analyzes wetland policy questions in the context of competing interests of private landowners and the public. The report examines the successes in reducing wetland losses and the prospects for keeping net losses at a low level.

Get an electronic copy free at ERS web site www.econ.ag.gov (look under Products and services, Electronic Publications).

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