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|Wednesday, February 15, 2012|
A pair of bills that pit jobs vs. the environment mosh were heard this week, with both sides predicting hopes and doom to the debate.
House Bill 4098 would set the logging level in state forests at a fixed percent of how much timber grows each year, waiving the Oregon Department of Forestry's current rules. House Bill 4101 requires the state to "aggressively pursue" drawing more agricultural irrigation water from the Columbia River.
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