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Time to move on the Rocky Mountain Front

The Rocky Mountain Front is one of the most wildlife rich, relatively undeveloped and beautiful working landscapes in the "Lower 48."

It is truly a sportsman's paradise. With the exception of bison, it supports thriving wild populations of all the large mammals that lived there at the time of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Its wildlife habitat and hunting opportunities have endured since then, and it's high time that there is greater assurance that it remains this way for future generations.

I recently attended a listening session in Choteau that was sponsored by U.S. Rep. Steve Daines. Th...


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