Amid hope and skepticism, details emerge on how fire relief billions will be spent

Enviro & Legislation

Victims of the the state’s largest-ever wildfire are beginning to learn more about how $2.5 billion allocated to them by Congress will be spent. The federal government took responsibility for the Calf Canyon/Hermit’s Peak fire, which began as two planned burns by the Forest Service, and destroyed an estimated 640 homes as well as the…

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