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S. 1344, The Arizona Wallow Fire Recovery and Monitoring Act

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S. 1344 would direct the Secretary of Agriculture to take immediate action to recover ecologically and economically from a catastrophic wildfire in the State of Arizona.

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Latest Major Action: 1/13/2012: Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 287.

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Ken Parsons

December 12, 2011, 11:37am (report abuse)

This looks like the Bill is supporting tree huggers in stopping the forest service from removing burnt trees. I say let the professionials determine without objections from anyone.

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