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S.1090 Tennessee Wilderness Act of 2011, 112th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jan 13, 2012 Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under General Orders. Calendar No. 285.

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  • Committee Assignment: Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources

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  • Committee Assignment: Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources - Public Lands, Forests, and Mining

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    • On July 30, 2011, by Brian62 - This bill is one small piece of the United Nation's Agenda 21 from the Earth Summit. Wilderness areas have caused more fire damage than those that are maintained by humans! This is a bad piece of legislation.

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      As noted by Brian62, a user on OpenCongress.org, on July 30, 2011, "This bill is one small piece of the United Nation's Agenda 21 from the Earth Summit. Wilderness areas have caused more fire damage than those that are maintained by humans! This is a bad piece of legislation."

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    • The Blind Woods at Bonnaroo 2012 – Berklee Blogs - June 19, 2012 by broberts - After our last set we headed to the Tennessee Wild tent to take pictures with volunteers and sign postcards asking our senators to vote for bill S.1090 securing 20000 acres permanently in Cherokee National Forest located in ...

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      As noted by broberts on June 19, 2012, "After our last set we headed to the Tennessee Wild tent to take pictures with volunteers and sign postcards asking our senators to vote for bill S.1090 securing 20000 acres permanently in Cherokee National Forest located in ..." (/url?q=http://www.berklee-blogs.com/2012/06/the-blind-woods-at-bonnaroo-2012/&sa=U&ei=u4DkT4MFiIj1BPPJvOAJ&ved=0CCgQmAEwAw&usg=AFQjCNFG7J36x9JPqX-9-S1rA0eJigVUeg)
    • The Blind Woods at Bonnaroo 2012 – Berklee Blogs - June 18, 2012 by broberts - After our last set we headed to the Tennessee Wild tent to take pictures with volunteers and sign postcards asking our senators to vote for bill S.1090 securing 20000 acres permanently in Cherokee National Forest located in ...

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      As noted by broberts on June 18, 2012, "After our last set we headed to the Tennessee Wild tent to take pictures with volunteers and sign postcards asking our senators to vote for bill S.1090 securing 20000 acres permanently in Cherokee National Forest located in ..." (/url?q=http://www.berklee-blogs.com/2012/06/the-blind-woods-at-bonnaroo-2012/&sa=U&ei=E2DvT67hN6aW2gWW4sDeCg&ved=0CD4QmAEwCA&usg=AFQjCNEWXBHxlAajOiSeAzKPg9QGMyHttg)
    • The Blind Woods at Bonnaroo 2012 – Berklee Blogs - June 18, 2012 by broberts - After our last set we headed to the Tennessee Wild tent to take pictures with volunteers and sign postcards asking our senators to vote for bill S.1090 securing 20000 acres permanently in Cherokee National Forest located in ...

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      As noted by broberts on June 18, 2012, "After our last set we headed to the Tennessee Wild tent to take pictures with volunteers and sign postcards asking our senators to vote for bill S.1090 securing 20000 acres permanently in Cherokee National Forest located in ..." (/url?q=http://www.berklee-blogs.com/2012/06/the-blind-woods-at-bonnaroo-2012/&sa=U&ei=jYHsT9vLMqOe2wWNp43BAQ&ved=0CDUQmAEwBg&usg=AFQjCNE0rDV6sZJILbdMJ4U9a2z5Pu8rPg)

    Highly Rated News Articles

    • Primary Election - June 07, 2012 by Deming Headlight - But by the end of the evening, Irwin had pulled away to nearly a 10 point lead, finishing with 1,307 votes to Luna's 1,090. Irwin will now face local Thomas Guerra, a Republican, in the general election. Closer to Deming, Diaz collected 323 ...

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      As noted by Deming Headlight on June 07, 2012, "But by the end of the evening, Irwin had pulled away to nearly a 10 point lead, finishing with 1,307 votes to Luna's 1,090. Irwin will now face local Thomas Guerra, a Republican, in the general election. Closer to Deming, Diaz collected 323 ..." (http://www.demingheadlight.com/deming-news/ci_20803652/primary-election)
    • Forby, Minor will square off in State Senate race; Hobbs earns circuit clerk nomination - March 21, 2012 by Benton Evening News - Both scored convincing victories in their home Franklin County — Forby earning 3,547 votes to Kondritz’s 1,900 while Minor pulled in 1,955 votes to Ken Burzynski’s 1,090. Minor, a pastor who also serves as president of the Benton ...

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      As noted by Benton Evening News on March 21, 2012, "Both scored convincing victories in their home Franklin County — Forby earning 3,547 votes to Kondritz’s 1,900 while Minor pulled in 1,955 votes to Ken Burzynski’s 1,090. Minor, a pastor who also serves as president of the Benton ..." (http://www.bentoneveningnews.com/newsnow/x1730866248/Forby-Minor-will-square-off-in-State-Senate-race-Hobbs-earns-circuit-clerk-nomination)
    • Wilderness bills get another chance in Congress - March 19, 2012 by Wilderness Society - The 112th Congress has an opportunity to ensure that treasured lands from coast to coast are protected for future generations. Below is a list of legislation that The Wilderness Society is working to advance with partner organizations in 2012. The Arctic .

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      As noted by Wilderness Society on March 19, 2012, "The 112th Congress has an opportunity to ensure that treasured lands from coast to coast are protected for future generations. Below is a list of legislation that The Wilderness Society is working to advance with partner organizations in 2012. The Arctic ." (http://wilderness.org/content/112th-congress-and-wildlands)
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