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The LBM Daily Newsletter: July 04, 2022.
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House Republicans Propose “No Timber from Tyrants Act”
 
Rep. Westerman’s ‘No Timber from Tyrants Act’ is a moral and economic imperative that needs to be enacted immediately,” said NAHB Chairman Jerry Konter. “Banning imports of Russian and Belarusian wood products will help to further economically isolate Russia and deny President Putin another source of funding for his unprovoked aggression against Ukraine.”



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