Congress Can Protect Tennessee's Cherokee National Forest

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Congress Can Protect Tennessee's Cherokee National Forest

Chattanooga, Tennessee business owner Dawson Wheeler explains that the Cherokee National Forest’s recreation opportunities drive economic development in local communities.

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