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|Friday, December 11, 2009|
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is increasing its efforts to reduce competition among commercial fishermen, a practice that has resulted in significant overfishing problems.
Yet NOAA also acknowledges that it will not be able to meet Congress' deadlines to end overfishing of certain species.
Read the full story at The Daily Astorian.
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