One of the most prominent economists alive was in Missoula today, March 30, testifying in the Mountain Water Condemnation trial. Economist Arthur Laffer, whose name became a household reference during the 80s with the “Laffer Curve” and supply side economics, offered up this analysis on the Mountain Water case.
During the Mountain Water Company condemnation trial on Friday, March 27, Karen Knudsen, Executive Director of the Clark Fork Coalition, offered some surprising testimony about the possible bottling of Missoula water for export.
The Mountain Water condemnation trial on Thursday, March 19, featured a lot of arguing over what documents could or couldn’t be exposed in court. City attorneys complained that “thousands” of documents had been marked “For Attorney’s Eyes Only” by Carlyle and that this had made it difficult for the city to plan
Montana Commissioner of Labor and Industry Pam Bucy honored Missoula’s Mountain Water Company with the WorkSafeMT Governor’s Safety Achievement Award this week at a Montana Chamber of Commerce banquet in Helena.
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