On Friday, the White House detailed its proposal to sell more than 300,000 acres of national forests and other public land to help pay for rural schools in 41 states. The sale could total more than $1 billion and would be the largest sale of forest land in decades. Some opponents say the President is selling our national heritage to subsidize tax cuts for the rich, while others say the plan would hurt hunters, anglers, campers, foresters, cattlemen, miners and other users of public lands. Click here for the story