Troy Carter

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Troy Carter covers politics and county government for the Chronicle.

Sen. Steve Daines, R-Montana, meets with Judge Neil Gorsuch on Feb. 9, 2017.

Chronicle Reporter Michael Wright selects a new fly while fishing Hyalite Creek on Wednesday.

Reporter Michael Wright caught this tiny rainbow trout from underneath an ice floe on Hyalite Creek on Wednesday using a bead head nymph fly.

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Nice fish

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Hi Murphys - What's not in the story is that the only proposal at the state level so far is an expansion of the resort tax population cap and that the author of that bill draft has said that the resort tax will continue exempt groceries.

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Wendt's address is a matter of public record now that he is a candidate for public office. Per Montana law, legislative candidates must only live in the same county as the district office they seek. Thanks for the questions -Troy Carter, Reporter

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Hi Wesand, thank you for raising the question of fairness. Krauss and I are not friends. No one dictated the story to me. I'd like to again point out that the story included quoted and unquoted sources that directly contradict the statements of Horner and Krauss, it was reported that annual…

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John, I agree with you. In this comparison, I have reviewed the differences between HB 205, which got vetoed in 2013, and HB 250, which Bullock signed in 2015. The differences are technical, not substantive.

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Quresh,
You're quite welcome. We do have another HD 61 story in the works regarding candidate's thoughts on carrying concealed firearms on campus and I'm thinking a question on taxation will follow close behind. Thanks for reading. -Troy

P.S. If haven't read the story Quresh is cit…

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What do you think about his decision on hunting with suppressors? He vetoed the bill in 2013 and then signed it in 2015.

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Hi readers,
If you have suggestions for future questions feel free to email them to me. -Troy