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Topic - Ignacia S. Moreno
Assistant Attorney General Ignacia S. Moreno, who heads the Justice Department's Environment and Natural Resources Division, said the men and the company were charged with conspiracy to traffic in endangered and threatened reptiles.
"This compliance program should serve as a model for industry and will go a long way to assure future violations will not happen again at this facility," said Assistant Attorney General Ignacia S. Moreno, who heads the Justice Department's Environment and Natural Resources Division. "Dow worked cooperatively with the government to resolve this matter and in doing so set an example for responsible compliance with our nation's environmental laws."