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  • According to the editorial board, when Oregon politicians write legislation behind closed doors that calls for clearcutting a million and a half acres of public lands it's because they are searching for reasonable solutions. But when environmentalists brand that proposal as "Oregon, home of the clearcut" it is because they aren't interested in compromise. I'd call it truth in advertising. — Jordan Beckett, Ashland
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  • According to the editorial board, when Oregon politicians write legislation behind closed doors that calls for clearcutting a million and a half acres of public lands it's because they are searching for reasonable solutions. But when environmentalists brand that proposal as "Oregon, home of the clearcut" it is because they aren't interested in compromise. I'd call it truth in advertising. — Jordan Beckett, Ashland
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