When a Montana lawmaker voted for an Idaho Congressman’s anti-public lands bill, all hell broke loose. Rep. Ryan Zinke is Montana’s lone member of the House of Representatives. As such, he’s under a great deal of scrutiny, particularly when it comes to something Montanans treasure: public lands. So when Zinke voted in favor of an anti-public lands bill authored by Idaho’s Rep. Raul Labrador, it was as popular in his home state as the punch bowl at Jim Jones’ funeral.
Via Better Idaho