Five candidates for Montana’s governor seat participated in a forum in Bozeman Saturday to discuss issues like whether grizzly bears should be federally listed as threatened species, how the Madison River should be regulated and how state government should support outdoor recreation.
The forum, organized by the Montana Outfitters and Guides Association during its annual winter convention, lasted 90 minutes. Mac Minard, executive director of the organization, said the top-fundraising candidates in the third quarter were invited to sit on the panel.
"As originally reported by the Bozeman Daily Chronical"
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