Court Backs Ban on Logging Roads in National Forests A federal appeals court reinstates a ban on building new logging roads in some national forests. The Clinton administration imposed the barriers; an Idaho judge briefly rejected them. Environmentalists cheer a ruling that displeases timber interests. NPR's Elizabeth Arnold reports.

Court Backs Ban on Logging Roads in National Forests

Court Backs Ban on Logging Roads in National Forests

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A federal appeals court reinstates a ban on building new logging roads in some national forests. The Clinton administration imposed the barriers; an Idaho judge briefly rejected them. Environmentalists cheer a ruling that displeases timber interests. NPR's Elizabeth Arnold reports.