The big story on the $20-billion-plus sale of timber to a California timber company

The timber business is booming in California, with timber producers selling their logs to lumber companies.

But when California’s state legislature last month approved a $20 billion timber sale, it left the fate of those timber companies in limbo.

The state legislature had passed a bill in April that would allow timber companies to sell to a third party — a big concern because of a growing number of lawsuits challenging the state’s timber law.

But the bill stalled after a series of lawsuits challenged its legality.

The new law, which will go into effect June 1, will allow logging companies to acquire timber in California and export it to other states.

The change has been criticized by conservation groups and timber companies.

In April, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra wrote to the state House of Representatives urging the legislature to repeal the timber law, saying the state should instead focus on protecting and restoring forests.

“As a result of the new law,” Becerras letter said, “there is a greater likelihood that the law will be struck down in court.”

It’s not clear if the state legislature will vote on the bill this month.

The company behind the timber sale said it would not appeal.

“We are committed to working with our stakeholders and the legislature,” said Steve Cairns, president and CEO of the Forest Products and Forestry Association.

“The bill was never meant to be enacted.”

California timber companies will sell to third parties for $20 million The $20 bill includes $20.5 million in annual tax credits for buyers and $5 million for sellers.

The State Forestry Commission is the agency that sets the sales prices.

Under the new legislation, the timber companies that buy timber will have to report their timber prices to the State Forestry Board and provide a list of the suppliers.

Those companies would also be required to provide the State Forest Service with information about their timber supply, including when and how much timber was harvested and the total amount harvested.

The law also requires the State Forests Commission to provide forest-management plans to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.

It also requires state agencies to report to the Forest Product Commission how much trees are harvested in California each year.

State law requires timber companies not to purchase timber that has been cut in the state or that was harvested within the past five years.