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HELENA (AP) — Montana campaign finance regulators have released the bank records of a secretive conservative group behind many candidate attack ads and challenges to the state's election laws.

Judge Jeffrey Sherlock on Friday ordered the release of the American Tradition Partnership files collected by the state.

The records include hundreds of pages of account transactions and copies of checks to consultants and vendors in Montana, Colorado and the Washington, D.C., area.


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