Judge Blocks Shipment of Oil Equipment Through Idaho Forest

New York Times: A federal judge ordered a halt on Friday to more shipments of immense loads of oil field equipment through a national forest in north-central Idaho, pending a broad review of effects on the route. The review will be conducted by the United States Forest Service in consultation with the Nez Perce Indians, whose tribal rights and lands near the forest route were central to the judge's ruling. The case was brought by the Nez Perce tribe and an environmental group, Idaho Rivers United, charging......

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