Why a Kalispell lawyer bankrolled Idaho's newest ballot initiative
By Paul Peters
KALISPELL -- When I walk into Duncan Scott's Kalispell law office, I'm surprised to hear a live Grateful Dead show coming from the speakers on his computer.
Turns out Scott, who looks similar to Gene Hackman circa 1980, was at the 1974 Missoula Dead show now playing.
It seems strange for a man who has a bullet-riddled John Kerry sign on his door, confesses to be somewhat of a gun nut and who, through an organization called America at its Best (AAIB), steers hundreds of thousands of dollars toward conservative ballot initiatives, including the one now on Idaho's ballot for November.
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