Gazette Opinion: Methane Waste debate flares again – Billings Gazette, April 1, 2018

April 9, 2018
Gas that leaks or flares from America’s public lands benefits no one. That’s why regulations to prevent waste can provide broad benefits. Contrary to that common sense conclusion, the Trump administration has been trying to undo waste prevention rules finalized at the end of 2016 after years of public comment and study. “The BLM is proposing to replace the venting and flaring rule with requirements similar to those that were in force prior to the 2016 final rule,” said a February...
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Take Action: Don’t let Congress bite the hands that feed us!

April 6, 2018
Do you like knowing where your food comes from? Do you feel a sense of pride and fulfillment when you see "Grown in Montana" and "Made in Montana" labels? Well, you can kiss them goodbye with HR 4879. Local food programs have brought millions of dollars back to local economies nationwide and Montana food entrepreneurship continues to accelerate, but Iowa Representative Steve King doesn't seem to care. Rep. King's proposed bill (HR 4879) would give big agribusinesses and large food corporations even...
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BLM Methane Revision Petition

April 5, 2018
Click HERE to view a signed copy of our petition calling for a public hearing on Interior Secretary Zinke's proposed revision to the BLM's 2016 Methane and Waste Prevention Rule.
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Clean Power to the People: A Community Clean Power Plan Meeting

March 19, 2018
Join us for a people's hearing on Sunday, March 25 to tell the EPA Montanans stand with clean power!
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