Glacier County and Blackfeet tribal leaders on Thursday agreed to meet Monday to sign a cooperative law enforcement agreement that is informally in place. "I'm really excited about this agreement because it puts our relationship on an equal footing," Rodney "Fish" Gervais, spokesman for the tribe's Law and Order Committee, told the gathering of seven tribal councilmen, three Glacier County officials and two state legislators Thursday.
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