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Last Thursday, the Fourth of July, more than 100 separate ‘Restore The 4th’ protests happened across the country, including one right here in Bozeman. Early this morning Kurt Dally, one of the protesters, stopped by the KMMS-AM studio to further explain his thoughts on the NSA and the PRISM Project.

READ: More on 'Restore The 4th'

Last week the GAO released a report that found that only a quarter of Forest Service trails met agency standards, and more than a third of the 158,000 miles of trails needed some sort of maintenance, many here in Montana. Paul Spitler of the Wilderness Society phoned to explain how you can help.

READ: The Report (In Part)

And our friend Aaron Flint, host of ‘Voices of Montana‘ stopped by to say hello!

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