MoveOn Petition: Navy to deafen 15,900 whales and dolphins and kill 1,800 more
August 25, 2014 -- Obviously, the fishing industry in Gloucester is showing signs of distress. We look out in the harbor and see old and rusty boats, aging fishermen, more days in port than out fishing, and struggling shoreside processors and support businesses, like the ice company and marine railways. But the word “dead” is clearly premature.
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