Fred Thomas discusses his twenty-plus years serving in the Montana State Legislature. He describes how his family's involvement in politics encouraged him to become a politician. He briefly talks about fellow legislators including Elmer Severson, Bill Groff, Bob Marks, Jack Ramirez, and Bob Thoft. He also discusses his introduction of the deregulation bill and its effect on Montana's economy.
Groff, William, 1920-; Marks, Bob; Ramirez, Jack, 1939-; Severson, Elmer D., 1922-; Thoft, Bob, 1929-; Thomas, Fred, 1958-; Montana. Legislature.; Deregulation; Ex-legislators
Bob Brown Oral History Project OH-396, Archives & Special Collections, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, University of Montana
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Thomas, Fred, "Fred Thomas Interview, March 31, 2010" (2010). Bob Brown Oral History Project. OH 396-064.