Small businesses can use all the help they can get, most especially representatives in Washington who stand up for them and represent their interests.
Back in 1898, near the headwaters of the Missouri River in what is now Glacier National Park, my great grandfather found and drilled the first oil wells in Montana.
As co-sponsors of the March 1 event, “Lost Human: Trafficking in Our Own Backyard,” I would
like to thank the panel participants; particularly the two incredibly brave survivors who spoke
out against this heinous crime.
On Feb. 2 the Exponent published an OpEd by Dave Biegel, an MSU student who attended part of HATCHedu. He characterized the event as “inappropriate” and “sexualized,” and suggested that MSU not sponsor HATCH anymore.
“I note the obvious differences
in the human family.
I note the obvious differences
between each sort and type,
but we are more alike, my friends,
than we are unalike.