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Oregon suspends 10 timber sales in conservation fight

Jul 3, 2012 | 2 Comments

By The Associated Press

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03:29 pm - Fri, July 6 2012
Dough said:
So the seabirds shut down the Depoe Bay fireworks and now 10 timber sale transactions. Transactions that require workers, employees, banks, title companies and so on.

Wow, thank you very much Cascadia, CBD & Audubon Society for your part in job creation!

But, we did protect some SEABIRDS!! Amazing.
01:00 pm - Sat, July 7 2012
footsquatch said:
This is the same liberal insanity that is killing this state and country. They nearly killed the timber industry with the spotted owl garbage and now maybe we can finish it off over some seabirds. Why do the people of this state keep electing these leaders. They are suing Dr John but I'm sure he has no problem with suspending the timber sales and caving into this crap.

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