Baucus undecided on Rocky Mountain Front plan
HELENA — U.S. Sen. Max Baucus told wilderness advocates Thursday that he is still undecided about taking their proposed Rocky Mountain Front Heritage Act to Congress.
Conservationists tout the proposal as a compromise among varied groups aimed at keeping development and road access on the front at its current levels.
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U.S. Sen. Max Baucus at a forum Thursday where wilderness advocates sought his support for the Rocky Mountain Front Heritage Act. At right is Stoney Burk.
They propose adding more than 50,000 acres to the Bob Marshall Wilderness and almost 17...