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S. 1023, The Haiti Reforestation Act of 2011

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S. 1023 would authorize the President to provide assistance to the Government of Haiti to end within 5 years the deforestation in Haiti and restore within 30 years the extent of tropical forest cover in existence in Haiti in 1990.

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George Fuller

April 2, 2012, 4:10pm (report abuse)

The reason there is no forest now is because the people cut it down to burn.....same thing will happen again.......

Send them the coal to burn Obama is blocking from being used in this country....

Oh....by the way....where is the money coming from?

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