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FEMA Pulls Funding for Oakland, Berkeley Clear Cutting

The City of Oakland just lost millions of dollars in federal funding. Given what the intended use of that money was for, that's a good thing. Combined with similar funding for UC Berkeley and the East Bay Regional Parks District (EBRPD), over 400,000 trees across seven Bay Area cities were to be chopped down and thousands of gallons of cancer-causing herbicides spread on their stumps to prevent regrowth.
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