New chief: U.S. can 'have it both ways' in managing stocks

Increasing the flexibility of a federal law like the Magnuson-Stevens Act could have huge implications for the ways that fisheries are managed around the country by changing the jurisdiction that the state and federal government have over certain areas and species.

We encourage you to read the below article on the current debate about this important Act, and also to update yourselves on what's happening with red snapper in the Gulf of Mexico as a case study.

Update on the MSA debate:

Article on red snapper debate: