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Opportunities missed to protect Flathead watershed
The 68th session of the Montana Legislature recently concluded. While there have been some tacit wins for water ...
Where have Montana manners gone?
It was Feb. 10, 2007, and I was standing on the House floor, presenting my bill to allow alternate certification of teachers by local school districts on a one-year trial basis.
Let her speak: Support and follow Zephyr
When Americans think of Montana, they picture snow-capped peaks, rolling prairies, and rainbow trout darting through the crystal-clear rivers that run throug...
Laws as reminders of the reason they exist
Every little once in a while I am reminded that laws are created to protect us from ourselves, or more particularly from our faulty memories, or from forgetting history.
City benefits from mistake while Whitefish residents pay
Whitefish contracted two consulting firms to produce reports that determined the water usage statistics of Whitefish households.
GOP plan addresses the looming debt crisis
There’s dignity and honor in work.
Legislature must address pension debt
You may believe that Montana is debt free following actions by the legislature earlier this year to pay off state debt.
Partisan primaries are a problem
Two autumns ago, we wrote a report and op-ed documenting the state of representation and democracy in Montana.