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After receiving more than 2,200 pages of documents related to their lawsuit, some landowners are suing the U.S. Forest Service for not providing more information.

Last week, two Bozeman attorneys filed a complaint in a Helena U.S. District Court claiming the U.S. Forest Service violated the U.S. Freedom of Information Act after the attorneys didn't receive certain survey documents related to Tenderfoot Road 12 miles northwest of White Sulphur Springs.

The complaint asked the judge to require the Forest Service to repeat the FOIA process and produce all records.


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