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This week, Montana Free Press is closing out 2019 by looking back at some highlights from the first year of the Montana Lowdown podcast. This 2019 review episode features host and MTFP editor-in-chief John S. Adams in a conversation with the show’s producer, Alex McKenzie.
The utility’s new 20-year energy plan catches the Public Service Commission in the crossfire.
Montana Water Rights Protection Act would settle more than a century of disputes.
While the exact language of the bill has not yet been made public, a draft obtained by Montana Free Press reverses a 111-year-old act of Congress that took the lands comprising the Bison Range from the tribes.
The company also pledged to reduce the ‘carbon intensity’ of its generating portfolio to 90 percent below 2010 levels by 2045. Critics are skeptical.
The Republican representative from Columbus has served three terms in the Montana House, and as chair of the State Administration Committee the past two terms.
Bullock created the council with an executive order last July to secure citizen input on a statewide direction for grizzly management.
‘We’ve reached a historic compromise on a century-old dispute that protects the water rights of all Montanans,’ Daines said Thursday.