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By brokenbutcher on 11-12-12 @ 11:51 am
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In a State where hunting and trapping of endangered species is up for grabs, in a state where
you can accrue and un Godly 10th DUI, in a state where kids are having kids just for fun, in a
state where suicide rates are the highest in the nation, I would say Montana does not need
another means of making its self look bad as the marijuana industry would surely be exploited
once again there. The responsiblity of this law which passed in Wa and Co. is for grown ups.
Kellyn Brown
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"If we made decisions on permits this way in MT, our economy would grind to a halt" @GovernorBullock on #KeystoneXL delay
Dillon Tabish
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KALISPELL, MT: You'll find the box in a brick building filled with history. Skateboards, pizza, clocks & ties #THTH14
Molly Priddy
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@natashavc @TaraAriano @allyzay Oh no, I've been thinking it's a room for all your types of mustards. Recalibrating my ideas now.
Tristan Scott
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@tristanscott *Billie Joe
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