Obama Seeks to Create World's Largest Marine Sanctuary

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Before leaving the White House, George W. Bush created the world's largest marine sanctuary. The Remote Pacific Islands National Marine Monument is 82,000 square miles of ocean off-limits to fishing, energy development or other sources of pollution. Now Barack Obama wants to vastly expand it to 782,000 square miles. Juliet Eilperin is White House reporter for the Washington Post




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