Public lands 

Trapping ban, take two

A group of anti-trapping activists is back in action with a new ballot initiative that seeks to ban trapping on all public lands in Montana. Trap Free Montana Public Lands, the citizen's group behind the effort, must gather 24,175 signatures by the…

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