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Great Falls, MT native living in Greeley, CO . Attorney licensed in MT and CO (inactive in MN). CEO/General Counsel for New World WindPower. BA, Washington St.U.; MA, U of MT; JD, William Mitchell College of Law; Past Employment: Member 1967 MT Legislature; Missoula Public Schools; MN Pollution Control Agency; MT Public Service Comm'n.; Private Law Practice; MN Contract Administrative Law Judge; US Postal Service HR Specialist; Free Lance Journalist. At various times I have belonged to 6 different labor unions. My current interests include promotion of LED street lighting and other energy conservation and renewable energy measures that combat climate change. For relaxation, I read, fish, canoe, golf, ski, hike, and support various political candidates.

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Wednesday, March 13, 2013     

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Pick Us a Pope Who WIll Address Over-Population
(5 comments) this op-ed asks the Catholic Church to change its policy on artificial contraception. It cites Bible verses imploring us to use what we know about scarce water and food, and child health and education to be better stewards of the earth. It was printed in

Saturday, October 20, 2012     

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Romney would cost businesses, hobble goal of energy independence
(2 comments) Column debunks Romney's energy approach; documents job loss and higher prices.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012     

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Unwanted Consequences of Keystone Pipeline
(2 comments) Are projects that make climate change worse -- like the Keystone XL pipeline -- in the national interest? Not if short-term expedience creates long-term disaster.