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National News: May 12, 2014

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Written by Mark Garland
Sunday, 11 May 2014 20:04
News / National
4FRI not yet out of woods, Arizona Daily Sun

Potential change coming for forest fees - Federal court cases pertain to parking fee, concessionaire collections, Bend Bulletin
Public lands access advocates win another round in the battle over federal recreation fees - District court judges nixes Southern California Adventure Pass, Summit Voice
Adventure Pass Foes Claim Victory - Federal Decision Stops Fines for Simply Exploring Forest; Fees Still Allowed at Developed Sites, Santa Barbara Independent
Judge Strikes Down Parking Fees in Area Forests - Adventure Pass no longer needed for roadside parking under ruling, San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Retirees Decry Forest Service Law Enforcement Meltdown - Agriculture Secretary Asked to Remove Enforcement Chief for Rank Incompetence, PEER
Feds see $470 million gap in firefighting budget - Funding shortfall has ripple effect in other public lands programs, Summit Voice

Proposed Directive on Groundwater Resource Management, Forest Service Manual 2560 - Notice of proposed directive; request for comment; announcement of national informational webinars, Federal Register

No freedom to ruin public lands, Salt Lake Tribune editorial

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