Rare Bipartisan Bill Introduced to Save the Sequoia Trees

Enviro & Legislation

A rare bipartisan bill was introduced by a group of lawmakers to save the sequoia trees. Republican congressmen Kevin McCarthy (Calif.) and Bruce Westerman (Ark.), and Democratic congressman Scott Peters (Calif.) introduced the bill, which is cosponsored by 75 others. It’s aimed at expediting reforestation. “Poor land management and climate change are driving forces behind…

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