We're waiting for the committee to act.
As we get closer to the day, congressman Salazar will bring it up again with his colleagues.
We can't speculate until we've heard the text of statehouse legislation. We will always take a hard look at what local legislators have to say.
Our policy is when there is a group or individual who is recognized for some award or some achievement, Congressman Salazar feels it's fitting to put a tribute in the Congressional Record .
(Salazar) came out opposing the project, and he's been calling the Forest Service and getting information on it since late 2005.
Congressman Salazar strongly believes that our public lands are a resource for our communities, and public lands should not be sold off to justify misplaced budget priorities. We need to directly address our budget problems and put money to what matters most to rural communities.