Competing interests fight over Pacific marine reserves

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The battle over how to establish marine reserves along the Pacific coast is just heating up.

According to The New York Times, the competing interests of environmentalists, fishermen and seaside businesses became evident when a panel had to put off until next month its recommendation to the California Fish and Game Commission on its preference among three plans for a marine protected area in the Southern California Bight.

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