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Voter Fraud: Fact, or Faction?
Republicans are amplifying claims of election fraud in Montana, with lawmakers requesting an official review of election integrity. The causes and consequences of belief in the fraud narrative run deeper than 2020.
Over the past eight months, claims of voting irregularities and fraud in Montana’s 2020 election have escalated considerably. What began as a string of allegations focused on Missoula County has slammed headlong into a partisan narrative that flatly rejects President Donald Trump’s loss, prompting numerous Republican lawmakers and citizens to cast a leery eye at election results across the state. Suspicions hit a tipping point in late September when Ravalli County Republican Women, a political committee registered with the Montana Commissioner of Political Practices, hosted an “Election Integrity Symposium” in Hamilton.


Why Put a Price on Carbon?
The Citizens Climate Lobby believes carbon pricing is the single most powerful tool available to reduce America’s carbon pollution.
BA carbon tax becomes affordable for ordinary Americans when the money collected from fossil fuel companies is given as a dividend, or “carbon cash back” payment, to every American to spend with no restrictions. This protects low-and-middle-income Americans who otherwise might not be able to afford the transition. Studies show that the monthly carbon cash back payments are enough to essentially cover increased costs of 85% of American households, including 95% of the least wealthy 60% of Americans. This type of carbon tax is called a “carbon fee and dividend”. Citizens’ Climate Lobby has been advocating for this policy for over a decade.



Local Nonprofit Works to Place More Girls in STEM Fields
Code Girls United, which offers hands-on experience in coding, technology and business, expands free online program for young girls
To date, no girl in Montana has ever taken the AP Computer Science test, according to Code Girls United (CGU). The nonprofit aims to change that. Starting the week of Oct. 4, the nonprofit organization, which provides girls opportunities to work with technology, will offer a free coding program for girls in grades 4-8 on Mondays or Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m. The yearlong course will teach computer science (CS) as well as competitive analysis concepts. The online curriculum will follow other in-person CGU classrooms in the valley. Pandemic-related closures in the Flathead prompted a shift to virtual in 2020. The format’s unexpected success signaled statewide possibilities, and now girls east and west of the Continental Divide can learn how to code.
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