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Senate Bill 219 was signed into law Oct. 4. It states that it is unlawful to “willfully and repeatedly fail to use a resident’s preferred name or pronouns after being clearly informed of the preferred name or pronouns.” The crime is defined as a misdemeanor. More…
Law Also Makes It Illegal To Ask For ID When Transgender Person Chooses Which Restroom To Use California signed a new law last week that could have health care workers ending up in jail if they choose not to address transgender patients by their preferred pronouns. Senate Bill 219 was signed into law Oct.
According to Twitter, Montana ranks number two behind Wyoming as one of the most tolerant states in the United States when related to least derogatory language per 100,000 tweets. Vote in the poll below for what you believe to be the most tolerant Montana city and leave your comments of why below.
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SACRAMENTO (AP) – Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation that regulates emissions from dairy cows and landfills for the first time as California broadens its efforts to fight climate change beyond carbon-based greenhouse gases. Brown’s move Monday targets a category of gases known as short-lived climate pollutants, which have an outsize effect on global warming despite their relatively short life in the atmosphere.
SACRAMENTO (AP) — Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation that regulates emissions from dairy cows and landfills for the first time as California broadens its efforts to fight climate change beyond carbon-based greenhouse gases.
Brown’s move Monday targets a category of gases known as short-lived climate pollutants, which have an outsize effect on global warming despite their relatively short life in the atmosphere.
Environmentalists hope that tackling short-lived pollutants such as methane now would buy time to develop new and more affordable technology to reduce carbon emissions.
The legislation lays out steep reductions in a variety of pollutants, including methane. It’s tied to $90 million in funding for the dairy industry and garbage collectors.
Republicans say the regulations will hurt agricultural businesses, despite concessions made to dairy farmers.
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Montana is not a state known for being caught up in celebrity culture, and a new report from the team behind the Whisper app has quantified (to some degree) Montanans’ relative apathy for at least one part of it: the Kardashians. The Kardashians are pop-culture staples of reality TV, thanks to their show “Keeping Up With The Kardashians.”