Montana Profiles

Beginning in 1993, Gene Brodeur hosted a bi-weekly news public affairs series for MontanaPBS. The series concluded in 2003.

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Previous Episodes

Medicaid: A Train Wreck Waiting to Happen?

American Indian Issues In Montana

Deregulation: The Free Fall Continues


Second Thoughts About Term Limits
 (No. 1116)
In 1992, by a nearly two-to-one margin, Montanans passed a constitutional initiative (CI 64) setting limits on how long statewide elected executive officers, state legislators and others can hold office. In the session that ended in April, the legislature recommended longer term limits for lawmakers, and mandated that voters agree or disagree in the November, 2004, general election. Host Gene Brodeur talks with partisans on both sides about the fight over term limits and discusses how voters are likely to see the issue. (First Aired Thursday, June 12, 2003)