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  • Dear Editor: Finish with Week II of the Legislature

    KEN WALSH, Montana HD 71|Jan 18, 2023

    Dear Editor, We are now finished with week two of the legislature. It has been very busy and successful. I have had several bills moving within the House and Senate. House Bill 86, the Wildlife Habitat Improvement Program (WHIP) reauthorization has passed the House and will be heard in the Senate FWP Committee next week. This bill deals with controlling noxious weeds on large landscapes that support priority wildlife habitats. The Ruby Valley Conservation District has an ongoing project in the upper Ruby, in cooperation with multiple...

  • Dear Editor: Humbled by the Responsibility of Serving You

    KEN WALSH, House District 71|Jan 4, 2023

    Dear Editor, The 68th Montana Legislative session is nearly upon us and I’m looking forward to the opportunity to again serve the constituents of House District 71 in my second term. As is always the case the biennial 90-day session will be packed with a lot of bills, currently 4227 bill titles. There will need to be a lot of research, reading, and listening to be done. It is important that the public participate and provide needed input to their representatives to make sure that their voices are heard. Public testimony in person or via Zoom...

  • Walsh: Bid for Re-Election in HD 71

    KEN WALSH, Walsh for House District 71|Mar 9, 2022

    I am pleased to announce my candidacy for re-election to continue my service to the citizens of House District 71 (Madison County and parts of Jefferson and Silver Bow Counties). It has been my honor to represent and advocate for you, not just during the session, but on an ongoing basis. In 2019, I campaigned that I would bring “common-sense conservative values” to my legislature. My primary issues that I focused on were: NATURAL RESOURCES • viable and sustainable agriculture economy • keep public lands public and promote multiple use...

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