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One Year After RBG's Death
Gun laws, abortion rights: upcoming SCOTUS hearings to be impacted by RBG’s death
It’s been a year since Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died. Her seat on the bench is now occupied by Justice Amy Coney Barrett, the third judge appointed by former President Donald Trump. On October 4th, the court will resume in-person hearings -- and will also be the first time the bench will meet since RBG’s passing. Amy Howe, co-founder of SCOTUSblog, a website covering the Supreme Court, joins to discuss how the court has changed -- and what lies ahead.

Commission Seeks Suggestions For New U.S. House District Maps
The commission tasked with dividing Montana into two U.S. House districts for the first time since the 1980s has a Nov. 14 deadline to submit a final district map to Montana’s secretary of state. To help it do that, the commission is seeking public input in the form of written comments and specific mapping proposals.
The five-member Montana Districting and Apportionment Commission formally acknowledged receipt of detailed data from the 2020 U.S. census at a meeting last week, kicking off a 90-day process for drawing new congressional districts for the first time since Montana lost its second seat in the U.S. House of Representatives after the 1990 count. Commission Chair Maylinn Smith said in an interview this week that the commission has the option of drawing its own maps, but will consider using elements of public-submitted districting plans — or potentially adopt a map proposed by an individual or entity wholesale.
Whitefish Community Forum on Workforce Housing
Local stakeholders launch grassroots effort to attain more employee housing in order to accommodate surge in visitation
Whitefish community members gathered to discuss the urgent matter of workforce housing Sept. 1 on the back patio of Montana Tap House, where posters stapled to picnic tables broadcast a call to arms — “Workforce Housing Project: If we don’t do it, we lose it.”  Ed Docter, a Whitefish local and the owner of Tamarack Ski Shop and Montana Tap House, hosted the inaugural gathering, which is slated as the first of many weekly meetings lined up for the Whitefish Workforce Housing Project (WWHP). At this week’s forum, Docter updated concerned locals about possible solutions to the housing crisis, as well as the costs of expanding the inventory of employee housing.


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