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Court decision preserves national roadless rule

A federal court today rejected Alaska's challenge to a 2001 rule that prohibited most logging and roadbuilding on about 58 million acres of federal forests, effectively shielding the Clinton-era rule from future legal challenges. The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia today decided that Alaska's lawsuit challenging the roadless rule in June 2011 was filed too late.

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