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Bush Wages War on Parks, Wilderness
Dollars Not 'Dozers
  Club Opposes Road Through Smokies, Pushes Cash Settlement
Waking Up from Highway Hangover
Environmental Rules Pay Off
And the Winner Is . . .
  Club leaders gather to present 2003 National Awards
   
   
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Getting the Word Out
   
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Stopping King Coal
Animal Rights and Wrongs
   
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Forty Year Fight: Longtime volunteer leader Ted Snyder and new CLub staffer Natalie Foster--in front of a larger-than-life Paul Bunyan--rally in Asheville, North Carolina, outside a Park Swervice hearing on the proposed North Shore Road.

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December 2003

Feature Stories:

Bush Wages War on Parks, Wilderness

Dollars, Not 'Dozers
Club Opposes Road Through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Pushes Cash Settlement

Waking up from Highway Hangover
As Congress addresses the 6-year transportation funding bill, Sierra Club activists fight for a package that retains environmental review and clean air protections and bolsters funding for
public transportation.

Getting the Word Out
What Your President Won’t Tell You and Your Neighbors Need to Know

 

 


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