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  • Let's remember the children

    Let's remember the children

    It is shameful that six states in the Rocky Mountain West have the highest percentage of uninsured children in America.

  • Don’t starve the Forest Service

    Former Montana Congressman Pat Williams warns that the Bush administration is playing with fire – literally – in cutting the Forest Service’s budget.

  • Wake up to the West, wannabe presidents

    Pat Williams says the candidates running for the nation’s highest office need to start paying attention to the people – and the problems – of the Rocky Mountain West.

  • Wake up, wannabe presidents

    Pat Williams says the candidates running for the nation’s highest office need to start paying attention to the people – and the problems – of the Rocky Mountain West.

  • Where were the unions?

  • Bruce Babbitt and I have seen the past, and it no longer works

    Pat Williams, former Montana congressman, says he and former Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt share some opinions about the West because they’ve both worked the land

  • Remembering Mike

    Former Sen. Mike Mansfield of Montana is remembered as a man of integrity, honesty and rare authenticity, who respected others and always listened patiently, even to his adversaries.

  • Interior secretaries have what it takes

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