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  • Races where the environment matters. Sort of.

    Races where the environment matters. Sort of.

    Though environmental issues won't be decisive at the ballot box, candidates' green records could still matter -- if environmental super PACs have their way.

  • Rehberg and Tester: Policy differences

    Rehberg and Tester: Policy differences

    A list of some of Republican Rep. Denny Rehberg's major policy differences with incumbent Democratic Sen. Jon Tester.

  • Who is Denny Rehberg, really?

    Who is Denny Rehberg, really?

    Republican Rep. Denny Rehberg has exploited his family's long Montana history to get where he is today, but his current campaign for Democrat Jon Tester's Senate seat is raising questions about his record and that history.

  • For Western politicians, roots matter

    In the rural West, how deep a candidate's family roots go -- how long they've lived in the area -- sometimes matters more than his or her experience or political opinions.

  • Secretly funded Montana sportsmen dive into political fray

    Secretly funded Montana sportsmen dive into political fray

    The group Montana Hunters and Anglers Action is wielding its cash to help pro-conservation candidates win elections.

  • State and municipal governments fertilize local food craze

    State and municipal governments fertilize local food craze

    Local governments are trying to give a boost to small farmers and organic growers.

  • CON: When a wilderness bill is a sham

    CON: When a wilderness bill is a sham

    Montana is the last best place because of its remaining wildlands, but Sen. Tester's new bill does not protect them.

  • PRO: Sen. Tester's Montana bill is a true collaborative effort

    PRO: Sen. Tester's Montana bill is a true collaborative effort

    Montana's wildlands as well as its people are well served by the Forest Jobs and Recreation Act.

  • Heard around the West

    True-blue Montana libertarian Stan Jones; neighbors helping neighbors steal cars in Arizona; "vanishing culture" vampires; only one flag allowed in Pahrump, Nev.; tampering with food in New Mexico; and the Forest Service is bipolar

  • The West: A New Center of Power

    The West gains traction as a center of power in 2006, and nine more indicators from the midterm elections.

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