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East Helena Montana brothers Joshua and Jerod Hughes who prosecutors say were among the first people to break into the U.S. Capitol January 6th while the Electoral College vote was being certified were ordered released from custody Wednesday pending trial. Both face nine federal charges including civil disorder destruction of government property entering a restricted building and entering the Senate floor.

More than a dozen stakeholders held a roundtable discussion Wednesday in Helena with U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Denis McDonough, bringing him their immediate concerns. Among them the current and future medical issues created by toxic exposure like Agent Orange.

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