A famous Georgia lawyer learned the hard way how implacable the 1973 Endangered Species Act can be.
At the U.S. Supreme Court in 1978, U.S. Attorney General Griffin B. Bell held up a vial holding a snail darter and argued that the tiny fish should not stop the completion of the Tellico Dam in Tennessee.
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