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|Tuesday, June 22, 2010|
Conservation and fishing groups are filing a petition, asking the state Foresty Board to reconsider a decision that they say would endanger local wildlife.
An April decision that would increase logging the Clatsop and Tillamook state forests was not based on sound science, according to the conservation groups, and breaks state law.
Read more at the Daily Astorian.
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