Dec 27, 2015

On MSNBC, Schultz And Schweitzer Raise Concerns About Direction Of Western ‘Revolt’ | Crooks and Liars

MSNBC’s Ed Schultz hosted former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer on Monday night to discuss the growing “revolt” over federal land use policies in Western states.

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