Browsing All posts tagged under »Government Fishing Regulations«

Small Fish Could Mean Big Trouble For Feds

May 18, 2023 by


By Bonner Cohen, Ph.D. ~ In agreeing to review a far-reaching legal precedent laid down in 1984, the U.S. Supreme Court May 2 opened the door to curtailing federal regulatory agencies’ power to decide for themselves what Congress intended when passing vaguely worded legislation. For nearly four decades, federal agencies have seen their power grow […]

Biden Administration’s 82% Cut To Allowable Catch Imperils New England Fishermen, Trade Group Warns

May 5, 2023 by


By Fred Lucas ~ Jerry Leeman III grew up in a family of commercial fishermen in Harpswell, Maine, and says he and others are ready to oppose aggressive federal regulations that could strike a “death blow” to their livelihoods. After being in commercial fishing for 28 years, this week he launched the New England Fishermen […]