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Northern Cheyenne Tribe votes on development


Members of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe of Montana voted on two resource development initiatives on Tuesday.

Voters overwhelmingly rejected a coalbed methane initiative. The vote was 941 to 365.

However, voters approved coal reserve development. The count was much closer, 664 to 572.

Get the Story:
Voters split on CBM [see last item] (The Billings Gazette 11/9)

Relevant Links:
Northern Cheyenne Tribe - http://www.ncheyenne.net

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