On June 27th the controversial Resilient Forests Act of 2017 (H.R. 2936) passed the House Natural Resources Committee and will be headed to the House Floor in the coming weeks. This bill, introduced by Rep. Bruce Westerman [R-AR-4] is a dangerous attack on our national forests and other public lands. If passed the bill would allow unprecedented unregulated logging, weaken protections of the Endangered Species Act, and remove judicial review and the citizen objection process from timber sales.
This bill is a direct attack on our public lands, aiming to increase logging without taking environmental concerns into account. Write your elected officials and tell them to OPPOSE H.R. 2936.
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