A proposed U.S. Senate bill to reauthorize a key federal fisheries law will include language to revise regulations that penalize New York fluke fishing interests, Sen. Charles Schumer said Wednesday.
Schumer (D-N.Y.) said he has negotiated to have major elements of his Fluke Fairness Act incorporated into a bill to reauthorize a law that governs fishery management.
“This is the biggest advance we’ve made for the fluke fishermen yet,” Schumer said. “We are now on a track to really permanently fix our fluke problem.”
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