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Tag: Montana

Montana youth activists win historic climate change lawsuit

This ruling “may inspire similar lawsuits around the world.”

‘Watershed moment:’ Montana rules youth have constitutional right to healthy climate

A judge in Montana has ruled in favor of a group of young people who had sued the state for violating their constitutional rights as it pushed policies that encouraged the use of fossil fuels.

Court hears expert testimony about how Montana ‘doubled down on fossil...

The state has never denied a permit for a fossil fuel project, despite its constitution’s guarantee of the right to a clean and healthful environment.

Historic first US youth climate change trial starts in Montana

They argue are destroying the environment, making the climate crisis worse and robbing them and other young residents of their futures.

Helena, Montana commits to 100 percent renewable energy by 2030

"Cities are filling the void in climate action in the absence of state or federal leadership."

National Missing and Unidentified Persons System is providing free training on...

“Everybody can access this system. It’s not just for law enforcement.”

Iconic Yellowstone wolf shot dead in legal but ‘senseless killing’

"We have all seen the outpouring of grief, rage and anger after the senseless killing of Wolf 926, which unfortunately was a legal kill. It is now time to put that grief, rage and anger to work."

Tobacco industry donates millions to try and defeat Medicaid expansion in...

"Voters in Montana have a simple choice: side with companies that kill or with Montanans who need access to healthcare.”

Progressive Briefing for Wednesday, September 26

Bill Cosby sentenced to prison, UN condemns U.S. for lack of universal health care, Montana judge restores grizzly bears' protection, and more.

Progressive Briefing for Monday, August 13, 2018

Green Party candidate in Montana was on GOP payroll, the murder of Gazan children, Canada as Syria's new enemy, and more.

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The break-up?

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FAA Reauthorization Act’s stealth attack on student loan forgiveness

Inside the bill lies a clause that could effectively pilot a broader campaign against the cancellation of student debts, starting with those incurred for flight training and education.

Billionaire fortunes double in wake of Trump’s tax cuts

The report sheds light on the private equity sector, often criticized as "vulture capitalism," revealing that 45 private-equity billionaires alone have amassed a collective wealth of $210.8 billion.

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Is it inflation? Or is it ‘greedflation?’

Inflation is dropping, but prices aren’t coming down. So how can this be?