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  • "Prez on the Rez" brings candidates to Indian Country

    Democratic presidential hopefuls and tribal leaders will meet face-to-face this summer on California's Morongo reservation.

  • A hunter goes lobbying

    A group of hunters and fishermen visit Sen. Gordon Smith (R-Oregon) to ask him to sign on as a co-sponsor of the Lieberman-Warner bill to control greenhouse gas emissions.

  • An endangered Endangered Species Act?

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service tries an end-run around the Endangered Species Act; a leaked draft would weaken the bedrock law by changing the regulations that implement it rather than the law itself.

  • An Obama-Huntsman ticket would get my vote

    An Obama-Huntsman ticket would get my vote

    It might be a radical pairing, but if Huntsman ran as Obama's vice president, he'd get this writer's vote.

  • Audio: Politics on planet Idaho

    Audio: Politics on planet Idaho

    Just how bad or good are Idaho's environmental politics? On September 18, High Country News gathered Idaho politicians and environmentalists for a lively exploration of these questions.

  • Border Patrol Whack-a-Mole

    The United States needs genuine immigration reform instead of the politically motivated shouting match that has taken the place of reasonable debate.

  • Can the West become the new South?

    Boosters of a Western primary hope it could give the Interior West a greater voice in the politics of Washington, D.C.

  • Chickens are roosting on private property in Oregon

    Buyer’s remorse is strong in Oregon, where Measure 37 has sparked a developer’s feeding frenzy that has Oregonians’ heads spinning

  • Colorado Senate race steps into national spotlight

    Democrats, looking to regain the seat held by retiring Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell, offer strong support for Hispanic state attorney general Ken Salazar, who may vie against very conservative former U.S. Congressman Bob Schaffer

  • Corruption and tragic history paralyze range reform on the Navajo reservation

    Drought is having catastrophic impacts on the Navajo Reservation, but past history and current politics keep grazing reform from happening.

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