The Wilderness Society, et al. v. United States Bureau of Land Management, et al., 822 F.Supp.2d 933 (D. Ariz. 2011)

(defendant's environmental plan to protect plants and animals in two national monument areas in Arizona upheld; plaintiffs, consortium of environmental activist groups, claimed that off-road vehicle use and grazing in subject areas would destroy historic artifacts and critical habitat for endangered species; court determined that defendant satisfied its obligation under federal land policies and President's Clinton's proclamation that created the areas in 2000; court also rejected claim that use of lead ammunition by hunters in subject areas is poisoning endangered species). 

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