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Topic - Alison Howard
Republicans are moving this week to confront some of their biggest problems from 2012, including changing their primary and convention schedules to gain a fundraising advantage and highlighting rising women within their party — a demographic they struggled with in the last presidential election.
Deputy Flathead County Attorney Alison Howard said a $30,000 warrant was issued for her arrest because she removed her GPS monitor.
"Women make the majority of the economic decisions in their households and right now are making a majority of their health care decision as well," she said. "I think it is most important for conservatives to talk to women as the smart, intelligent, purpose-driven people that we are. We care about so much more than the left presents to us."