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MT Bans Climate Impact Analysis for Projects
Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte has signed into law a bill that bars the state from considering climate impacts in its analysis of large projects such as coal mines and power plants.
House Bill 971 was among the most controversial energy- and environment-related proposals before the Legislature this session, drawing more than 1,000 comments, 95% of which expressed opposition to the measure. HB 971 bars state regulators like the Montana Department of Environmental Quality from including analyses of greenhouse gas emissions and climate impacts, both within and outside Montana’s borders, when conducting comprehensive reviews of large projects. It builds off of a decade-old law barring the state from including “actual or potential impacts that are regional, national, or global in nature” in environmental reviews.
Collaboration Moves Forward Significant Legislation
Letter to the Editor of the Daily Interlake by Dave Fern and Courtenay Sprunger
One of us is a member of an elected endangered political species in Northwest Montana and the other, the supermajority party. While we differ in areas, the two of us strongly believe in supporting legislation that can improve the lives of all Flathead County residents. In discussions with you, our constituents, it is common to hear sentiments that the political gulf between the two parties is too wide to bridge. In some cases, this may be true. However, while the competition of ideas is essential for democracy to thrive, common ground also exists for greater goals. In the 68th session of the Montana Legislature, many important, commonsense solutions were found to address major issues in the state – some that have been compounding for decades.
Trump's Deficit Legacy
Donald Trump built a national debt so big (even before the pandemic) that it'll weigh down the economy for years.
The national debt has risen by almost $7.8 trillion during Trump’s time in office. That’s nearly twice as much as what Americans owe on student loans, car loans, credit cards and every other type of debt other than mortgages, combined, according to data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. It amounts to about $23,500 in new federal debt for every person in the country.  The growth in the annual deficit under Trump ranks as the third-biggest increase, relative to the size of the economy, of any U.S. presidential administration, according to a calculation by a leading Washington budget maven, Eugene Steuerle, co-founder of the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center.


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