Bush Plan Gives More Discretion to Forest Managers on Logging. The Bush administration proposed to give forest managers more discretion to approve commercial activities with less evaluation of potential environmental damage. By Robert Pear. [New York Times: Science]
The remarkable thing about the Bushian ideology is that local control is good if it reduces environmental protection (eg forestry), but bad if increases environmental protection (eg clean air).

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