Cathead amendment: The time is now

Enviro & Legislation

Cathead Mountain’s fire tower. Photo by Gwendolyn CraigLegislators need to act on boosting emergency communications for our remote communitiesBy Tracy OrmsbeeIt takes time to pass an amendment to the state constitution. Years, in fact. Before any proposed change can go to voters, it must first win backing in two successive, separately elected legislatures. This thoughtful approach…

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