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High Country News February 05, 1982

Wild game on the table today, none on the range tomorrow?

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Wild game on the table today, none on the range tomorrow?

Questionable hunting practices on the Wind River Indian Reservation raise issues about tribal autonomy and wildlife management.

Montana's "direct democracy" makes ballots busy

Montana's 1972 Constitution has led to a flowering of the initiative process, by which citizens have voted on three anti-nuclear measures, a bottle bill, sweeping lobbyist disclosure and other proposed laws.

Safety grows and innovation slows

With the rise of innovative heating systems and home designs, often owner-built, building codes are becoming more controversial.

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