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"Environmental law is a body of law composed of state, federal, and international statutes and regulations intended to protect the environment from pollution, misuse, overuse, and other damage. Environmental laws both regulate activities and give individuals and groups the right to bring legal actions to enforce its protections or remedy environmental harms."

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