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Timber Cutting Opposers Lose Jobs #869219

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 09, 1992
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(Studio: David French) People who try to stop harvesting forests may hurt career.

(Missoula, Montana: Greg Lafave) People who try to stop timber cutting is leading to losing careers; Timber lobbyists pressuring Senator Craig, who placed pressure on chief Dale Robertson of the Forest Service; Mumma forced into early retirement; Others say timber targets cannot be achieved; Pomeroy, under pressure to leave, transferred to other forest [Interviews with Larry CRAIG, Senator (R) Idaho; John MUMMA, Former Forest Service Executive; Bill POMEROY, Forest Service Biologst; George MILLER, Representative (D) California; Tim POWER, University of Montana; Dale ROBERTSON, Chief United States Forest Service; Chuck JONKEL, Urisd Research Center; Don VANCE, Environmentalist.

Lafave, Greg

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