Forestry Bill Draws Criticism Congress passes legislation designed to make it easier to clear overgrown and diseased forests. The bill is aimed at reducing the dangers of wildfires. Opponents say the new law is a giveaway to the timber industry. NPR's Jeff Brady reports.
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Forestry Bill Draws Criticism

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Forestry Bill Draws Criticism

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Forestry Bill Draws Criticism

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Congress passes legislation designed to make it easier to clear overgrown and diseased forests. The bill is aimed at reducing the dangers of wildfires. Opponents say the new law is a giveaway to the timber industry. NPR's Jeff Brady reports.