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November 08, 2006

Butch Otter wins Idaho governor

By Ted Frank

And becomes perhaps the most libertarian governor in the history of the United States. Otter, a businessman and former representative to Idaho's First Congressional District, has been a strong support of litigation reform. There's a profile of him in this month's Reason.

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