Companies developing new forestry rules bought timber where the rules were allegedly broken

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By Henry Redman | Wisconsin Examiner Four companies on a Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources committee developing new logging rules purchased timber from lakes in Northern Wisconsin in which local residents have alleged that those rules are frequently being broken, documents obtained by the Wisconsin Examiner show.  For nearly two years, a group of residents…

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