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"... the content of a man's character or a woman's character to serve in that capacity is more important than any other issue that I have to consider as a matter of conscience," former Republican Gov. Marc Racicot said Tuesday evening on Home Ground.

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Rep. Bob Brown, the Thompson Falls Republican whose amendment watered down legislation this year to increase oversight of programs for troubled teens, was once a counselor and supervisor at a program himself. But that’s hardly the exception to the industry’s hands-on approach to state policy ever since regulators got involved.

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Rep. Bob Brown, the Thompson Falls Republican whose amendment watered down legislation this year to increase oversight of teen programs for troubled teens, was once a counselor and supervisor at a program himself. But that’s hardly the exception to the industry’s hands-on approach to state policy ever since regulators got involved.

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A bill that would move oversight of private residential programs for troubled teens away from a board that has been equated to the "fox guarding the henhouse" passed a second House reading on Monday — but not before a Thompson Falls lawmaker added an amendment eliminating the requirement for programs to adopt minimum standards of care.

BOZEMAN — Among the candidates and issues on Montana's November ballot is a referendum asking voters to extend for another 10 years a property tax that raises nearly $20 million a year to help support the state's public colleges and universities.

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