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Topic - Sylvia Allen
A raging wildfire that could become the largest in Arizona history is rekindling the blame game surrounding ponderosa pine forests that have become dangerously overgrown after a century of fire suppression.
"We're moving in the wrong direction if we think we solve this problem by making people pay more taxes," Republican Sen. Sylvia Allen said. "We have to get really serious about thinning and removing debris in the forest and stopping these catastrophic fires."
"I think what is happening proves the debate," said state Sen. Sylvia Allen, a Republican.