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ICYMI: Montana Political Reads for April 16, 2016

My apologies for the light posting this week. I did a little traveling to Jackson, Wyoming, and have been devoting a little extra energy to grading and preparing for my classes this week as we head into the final quarter of the year.  I’ll try to get more posted this week. In the meantime, be sure to check out at least some of these excellent pieces you might have missed in the past week.

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  • Heartwrenching stories Don. Myself and 60%+ of Montana households that own guns will gladly turn them in.

    By the Wyoming has the most guns per household ( 62%+). If they’d see theses sob stories they’d turn them in too.

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