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Rep. Bruce Westerman: Don't blame COVID -- soaring lumber costs hammering Americans were decades in the making

When COVID-19 kept millions of Americans home, many of us spent our free time checking off home improvement projects that had been on our lists for years. Updated shelves, a new garden shed, maybe even an addition to the kitchen – there was more time than ever to do it yourself. It wasn’t just homeowners, either, as many restaurants constructed covered outdoor dining areas.
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Bruce Westerman is the Best Reason to Celebrate Earth Day

STONEVILLE, Miss. (April 20, 2021) – The Mississippi River Trust praised yesterday’s introduction of the Trillion Trees Act by House Natural Resource Committee Ranking Member Bruce Westerman of Arkansas. The bipartisan legislation, introduced the week we celebrate Earth Day, would set a target of restoring one trillion trees worldwide. This global effort would help sequester over 200 gigatons of carbon, an amount equivalent to two-thirds of all manmade emissions remaining in the atmosphere today.
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OPINION | BRUCE WESTERMAN AND CLAY SMITH: The best stewards

Growing up in Arkansas, you learn quickly that it is almost impossible to separate our state's history from its hunting heritage. Whether it's duck hunting in the Natural State, chasing gobblers on the ridges of the Ouachitas and Ozarks, or any of the other diverse hunting seasons found here, generations of outdoorsmen and women have flocked to Arkansas to experience our unrivaled hunting opportunities.
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