Sen. Jon Tester’s wilderness bill road show was in Seeley Lake today. The Missoulian posted a report that reveals a few additional tidbits . . .
Flanked by two wilderness areas, miles of mountain trails and millions of trees that could be cut, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester made his pitch Saturday for the Forest Jobs and Recreation Act he introduced in the Senate on Thursday.
It was a hot sell but not a hard one. The thermometer rose steadily toward 90 degrees in the parking lot of the Seeley Lake Historical Museum and Chamber of Commerce barn south of town. Some of the 125 in attendance fanned themselves with “Thank You Sen. Tester” signs.
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