White House Proposes Altering Forest Rules

The Bush administration proposes altering the way the nation's forests are managed. The plan would allow individual forest managers to approve logging and commercial activities on federal land, with less review of potential environmental damages. Hear NPR's Elizabeth Arnold.

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