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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Medicaid: A Train Wreck Waiting to Happen?

American Indian Issues In Montana

Deregulation: The Free Fall Continues


The Bison Issue
 (No. 521)
The state's policy to slaughter buffalo leaving the boundaries of Yellowstone National Park came under heavy fire from opponents this past winter. Caught in the crossfire are Governer Racicot, Park Superintendent Mike Finley and other policy makers who are trying to initiate a policy that might ease rancher's concerns about the threat of brucellosis spreading to their herds, and environmentalists who want to stop the practice of shooting the animals. (First Aired Sunday, May 25, 1997)