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Montana’s senators have joined a chorus of lawmakers calling for U.S. Attorney General William Barr to release the report that Special Counsel Robert Mueller delivered to him on Friday.

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Conservation groups opposed a proposal Monday for Montana lawmakers to study and make recommendations to Congress on the controversial issue of wilderness study areas, but said they would join agricultural groups in support if the legislation were amended.

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Conservation groups opposed a proposal Monday for Montana lawmakers to study and make recommendations to Congress on the controversial issue of wilderness study areas, but said they would join agricultural groups in support if the legislation were amended.

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Conservation groups opposed a proposal Monday for Montana lawmakers to study and make recommendations to Congress on the controversial issue of wilderness study areas, but said they would join agricultural groups in support if the legislation were amended.

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Conservation groups opposed a proposal Monday for Montana lawmakers to study and make recommendations to Congress on the controversial issue of wilderness study areas, but said they would join agricultural groups in support if the legislation were amended.

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Conservation groups opposed a proposal Monday for Montana lawmakers to study and make recommendations to Congress on the controversial issue of wilderness study areas, but said they would join agricultural groups in support if the legislation were amended.

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SEELEY LAKE — The calls started trickling into the Seeley Lake Water District office around Presidents’ Day, but soon became a steady stream that’s only starting to let up as what could be a record number of water lines and pipes froze, and some burst, in this small logging and resort community.