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  • Montana Strikes Back
  • Montana Strikes Back

    The Supreme Court could learn a lesson on campaign finance from the Big Sky state.
      Following decades of struggle under the political weight of mining companies, banks and railroads, Montanans passed a law in 1912 stating that âeuro;œa corporation may not make a contribution or an expenditure in connection with a candidate or a political committee that supports or opposes a candidate or a political party.
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  • An Uphill Battle
  • An Uphill Battle

    The fate of North Idaho's Scotchman Peaks hangs on bureaucracy, politics and old habits
      Phil Hough could smell the mountain goats before he saw them. Shrugging off his pack, he looked around the summit. “It sure smells like goats up here.” And sure enough, there they were: fo
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  • Big Sky Stories
  • Big Sky Stories

    As Montana goes, so might go the rest of the nation in the Big Money 2012 election.
      Sick of the presidential race yet? What makes it even more annoying is that they are starting earlier and earlier. Consider Tim Pawlenty — seemingly competent guy, ran an entire state. He’s already quit the race — five months before anybody takes a vote that actually counts.
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