U.S. Courts American Forests’ Last Defense

The U.S. Forest Service's efforts to restrict public input has been stymied by a judge's ruling throwing out limits on the public's right to participate in forest decisions. In an act of petulance, they are stopping hundreds of forest management activities – including harvesting the Capitol Christmas Tree – rather than accept legitimate public oversight of their activities. Thankfully the U.S. courts are present as a last line of defense against the Bush administration's forest onslaught.

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