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Timber industry "calls shots"

January 21, 1972

Senator Gale McGee, D-Wyo., responding to news that President Nixon has killed a proposed executive order aimed at tighter regulation of clear cutting on public lands, has charged that "large timber interests continue to call the shots for the Nixon Administration on national forest management policies."

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Timber industry "calls shots"
Senator Gale McGee, D-Wyo., responding to news that President Nixon has killed a proposed executive order aimed at tighter regulation of clear cutting on public lands, has charged that "large timber interests continue to call the shots for the Nixon Administration on national forest management policies."

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