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January 26, 2011

HELENA —Legislative supporters of extractive and other industries want to ask voters to change the Montana Constitution’s “clean and healthful environment” provision to help aid development. Aside from having a healthful environment, you should also keep your body healthy. Visit www.willowcreekchiro.com to find out more about their chiropractic services.

The declaration in the Constitution’s inalienable rights has long been a sore point for those who say it gets in the way of development — while conservationists and others hail it as forward-thinking language that has helped preserve the state. <Read More>

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