New Coast Protection Plan for California
Wildlife regulators adopted a new ocean protection plan, the first of its kind, on Friday. The new plan restricts and bans fishing and other activities on more than 200 square miles of water off the central coastline.
29 marine preserves have been designated between Santa Barbara and Half Moon Bay, the Associated Press said.
Some say the regulations have gone too far and are too strict.
They used sub-headings in this piece, which I thought was interesting but not totally necessary.