I-187 Press:

Press release  link: Initiative I-187 Ready for Signature Gathering

I-184 Press:

Bozone article on I-184 “Major initiative will move to a clean & healthy green economy” (quoting Rev. Ken Crouch)

Link to : Last Best News Coverage of Billings Speech About Moving Away From Coal

Link to: Carbon County News Interview (Costs $1 to see it.)

I-180 Press:

Link to well-written Great Falls Tribune article on I-180 by Karl Puckett.

Link to 10 Faith Leaders Accepting Scientific Proof of Human-Caused Climate Change and Endorsing I-180.

Link to Pam Ellis and Jean Lemire Dahlman guest column on assistance for coal-impacted communities.

Link to Dr. Steven Running and Marya Grathwohl guest column on scientific consensus for human caused climate change.

Link to letter to the editor by Elsie Tuss and Russ Salisbury explaining why CO2 damage in Washington’s shellfish industry helped cause governor Inslee to not veto legislation facilitating the close of Colstrip 1 & 2.

This links to a fine guest Opinion Column by Rev. John Soderberg and State Senator Mike Phillips concerning how jobs in all employment sectors are affected by the transition to renewables. It appeared on Labor Day in Butte and was carried widely in other news outlets.

Coal not Montana’s future talking points for letters to the editor.

Rebuttal of I-180 Detractors:

Link to Russ Doty rebutting NorthWestern Energy’s John Alke and indicating how clean energy will save consumers money.

Link to Michael Fried and Russ Doty Last Best News rebuttal of Brad Molnar’s misconceptions about I-180.

Press Release rebutting MEIC article on I-180.

Link to 12/19/15 Billings Gazette guest column (also carried elsewhere) by Russ Doty demonstrating it is not a “steep climb” as NorthWestern Energy’s Bob Rowe claims for the utility to meet the requirements of America’s Clean Power Plan.

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