Western Governors Fault Bush's Forest Plan

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The Senate Agriculture Committee prepares to debate President Bush's Healthy Forest Initiative, which would allow federal agencies to quickly thin out public forests as a way to reduce the risk of wildfires. But environmental groups and some Western governors say the plan doesn't do enough to protect at-risk communities. Hear NPR's Elizabeth Arnold.



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