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April 6, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
A federal judge in Boise said the U.S. Forest Service violated public disclosure requirements before approving a Clinton administration plan to put 58 million acres of roadless forest land nationwide off-limits to logging. U.S. District Judge Edward Lodge said there was "strong evidence that because of the hurried nature of this process the Forest Service was not well informed enough to present a coherent proposal or meaningful dialogue and that the end result was predetermined."
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April 6, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
A federal judge in Boise said the U.S. Forest Service violated public disclosure requirements before approving a Clinton administration plan to put 58 million acres of roadless forest land nationwide off-limits to logging. U.S. District Judge Edward Lodge said there was "strong evidence that because of the hurried nature of this process the Forest Service was not well informed enough to present a coherent proposal or meaningful dialogue and that the end result was predetermined."
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March 22, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
The Bush administration dealt a blow to Idaho and others seeking a court order to block a federal rule that would close 60 million acres of forest to logging, saying the parties had failed to show the move would irreparably harm businesses. Environmental groups said that the administration's move was an attempt to buy time as it considers whether to kill the rule outright. Idaho and Boise Cascade Corp.
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March 22, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
The Bush administration dealt a blow to Idaho and others seeking a court order to block a federal rule that would close 60 million acres of forest to logging, saying the parties had failed to show the move would irreparably harm businesses. Environmental groups said that the administration's move was an attempt to buy time as it considers whether to kill the rule outright. Idaho and Boise Cascade Corp.
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