Pacific Salmon Fishery Faces Limits, Closure
The Pacific Fishery Management Council meets Thursday in Seattle to decide whether to limit or totally ban fishing off the Pacific Coast. Stocks of chinook salmon have fallen off the charts — and regulators are worried about further declines. Reporter David Gorn has more on what the ban will mean for fishermen and consumers.
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