This week's Kaimin newsletter gives updates about the silencing of Missoula state Rep. Zooey Zephyr and a protest in her honor that drew attention from more than 1,000 Missoulians. You can also check out the Kaimin's photo edition, which told the story of downtown Missoula food vendors working late.
Read on for all this and more.
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Correction: In a prior version of this article, Frank Liberio's childrens' names were listed as Matt and Chris, but they are Dom and Mariss…
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