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Senate Bill 99 protects the next generation of Montanans
There is a reason Montana is the Last Best Place in the country.
In Pennsylvania, the ice beneath Donald Trump is cracking
In 2016, then-Reps. Lou Barletta, R-Pa., and Tom Marino, R-Pa., became the first sitting members of Congress to endorse then-candidate Donald Trump for president.
Commissioners must meet the needs of a growing county
Our county is growing and experiencing significant challenges because of this growth. It is the responsibility of our county government to manage the resources taxpayers provide to improve our quality of life.
Telling the truth about those big, bad wolves
The return of wolves to the West has always been contentious, and the deaths last fall of more than 40 cattle really in western Colorado alarmed ranchers. But here’s the true story: Wolves did not kill those catt...
A conversation with U.S. Sen. Jon Tester
U.S. Sen. Jon Tester sat down with the Daily Inter Lake editorial board last week for a long-ranging conversation about the election and issues facing the nation.
The state of Connecticut is thinking of exonerating people it convicted of witchcraft in the mid-1600s.
Pseudo-Montana GOP out of touch with voters
The Montana Republican Party’s executive committee recently approved a resolution rebuking former Montana Republican Gov. Marc Racicot, saying Racicot’s actions in recent years disqualify him from saying he’s a “...
Stop the politics and do what’s best for Montana
For eight years, I had the honor of representing Kalispell in the Montana House of Representatives. When I ran for office, I pledged to the voters of Kalispell that I would do what is best for the people of Mont...
Bison rewilding plan a vast overreach
On March 3, Interior Secretary Haaland issued Secretarial Order 3410 that announced the department’s intent to restore wild bison herds in the West.
Montanans frustrated with Legislature wasting time
The 2023 Legislature has made it to the session’s halfway point.
A letter to Montana Republican Party leaders
It’s not that the Constitution does not contemplate dynamic tension precipitated by differences of view.
Kalispell targets motorists in new panhandling law
Kalispell motorists take note. A simple offering of spare change to the needy could soon cost far more than you bargained for.