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The Forest Jobs and Recreation Act is Bad for America

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By Brian Hawthorne, BlueRibbon Coalition Jon Tester, a U.S. Senator from Montana, is holding meetings on legislation he calls the "Forest Jobs and Recreation Act." It's a Wilderness bill dressed up as a compromise between preservation, forest health and recreation. The stated purpose of which is: To sustain the economic development and recreational use of National Forest System land and other

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