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The Endangered Species Act was supposed to provide a way to prevent the loss of animal and plant species that were on the verge of extinction. Instead, the ESA has taken on a life of its own in Washington, defying all odds to become more than a debating point between environmentalists and agricultural interest. CPDA’s Susan Ferenc talked about the latest developments on the law in an interview at the Southern Crop Production Association annual meeting.