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Guest Column: Pruitt's "Back to Basics" Agenda Takes Us Back in Time

Recently, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt used a Pennsylvania coal mine as a backdrop to announce his “Back to Basics” agenda. Instead of directing the EPA to adhere to its mission of protecting our health, Pruitt instructed the agency to follow the polluter playbook to the letter.

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March for Science Held in Yellowstone

The March for Science took place at around 500 venues across the country today, but perhaps none were quite as spectacular as Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park. 

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Air Quality Still a Problem for Montana

The Environment Montana Research and Policy Center released a report saying air pollution remains a major threat to Montanan's health.

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Study Shows Air Quality a Worthy Concern for Montanans

A new study of air quality shows that wildfire smoke and fuel pollution may be happening more often than you realize. The study was published by advocacy group Environment Montana Thursday. It reveals that, according to Environmental Protection Agency data, Lincoln County and Ravalli County were in the top 10 for the most unsafe air days.

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Environmental Group on Air Pollution

The Environment Montana Research and Policy Center has released a city-by-city report on air pollution in Montana. Director Skye Borden and Hardin, Montana pediatrician Lori Byron held a telephone press briefing on Thursday to discuss the causes and effects of air pollution in the state.

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