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Report: Forest Service Should Use Different Planes To Fight Wildfires [AUDIO]

C-130 Equipped with U.S. Forest Service MAFFS Unit (Amy Richards/TSM)

A new report from the RAND Corp recommends a much different strategy for using airplanes to fight wildfires than the one currently used by the Forest Service.  Wyoming Secretary of state Max Maxfield reminds candidates the deadline for candidates and PACS to file campaign finance reports is August 14th. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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