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Public Policy Tipoffs Involving Montana Newsletter for Sunday March 10, 2024 ( 3 items )  

Alliance Defending Freedom: 16 States Call on Wells Fargo to Curb Discriminatory De-Banking Practices
SCOTTSDALE, Arizona, March 7 -- The Alliance Defending Freedom issued the following statement on March 6, 2024: * * * The following quote may be attributed to Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Counsel and Senior Vice President of Corporate Engagement Jeremy Tedesco regarding a multi-state letter (https://dm1l19z832j5m.cloudfront.net/2024-03/AG-Letter-To-Wells-Fargo-2024-03-06.pdf), led by Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen, which calls upon Wells Fargo to provide necessary transparency in  more

National Pork Producers Council: The Paulson-Whitmore Award Recognizes Anne Miller as Outstanding State Executive in the Pork Industry
CHICAGO, Illinois, March 7 -- The National Pork Producers Council issued the following news release: The National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) proudly announces Anne Miller as the winner of the prestigious Paulson-Whitmore State Executive Award. This award, jointly developed by NPPC and the National Pork Board (NPB), honors exceptional leadership and unwavering commitment by state executives within the pork industry. Miller served as the Montana Pork Producers Council executive director from 2  more

WTA Supports RLEC Exemption From Proposed Digital Discrimination Regulations
HELENA, Montana, March 6 -- WTA-Advocates for Rural Broadband issued the following news: In comments to the FCC in response to its Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on digital discrimination, WTA stated that, in light of the long nondiscriminatory service record of RLECs and the established legal restraints ensuring the continuation of this record that RLECs be exempted conditionally from the annual report and compliance program requirements proposed in the FNPRM. Specifically, WTA propose  more