What critics called a “poison pill” clause in the recently approved interim stream conservation ordinance for unincorporated Marin has proven to be just that: environmental groups last week sued the county over the rules, rendering them null.

The lawsuit, filed by the Salmon Protection and Watershed Network and the Center for Biological Diversity, a national organization that . . .

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