Feb. 18, 1981:
A month after taking office, U.S. President Ronald Reagan outlines sweeping cuts in federal programs
, but he assures, "we have no intention of dismantling the regulatory agencies, especially those necessary to protect environment and assure the public health and safety. However, we must come to grips with inefficient and burdensome regulations, eliminate those we can and reform the others."
Feb. 18, 2005:
Anti-hunting activists score a victory in the U.K. as fox-hunting with dogs
is banned. The age-old process of "the chase" in which a fox is tracked by hounds (at right) comes to an end.
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