Question of the Week: Which presidents do you think did the most to protect the environment, and why?
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From Thomas Jefferson to Theodore Roosevelt to today, American presidents have worked, with considerable power and influence, to preserve and protect America’s environment and natural resources. February 16 is Presidents Day.
Which presidents do you think did the most to protect the environment, and why?
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