By Sue Pleming WASHINGTON, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Preservationists on Tuesday accused the Bush administration of putting America's heritage at risk with a proposed highway law they say will make it easier to bulldoze historic places to build new roads. Richard Moe, president of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, said a key section of current transportation law -- used in the past for example to stop a highway being built through New Orleans' French Quarter -- was being diluted. ...
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