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Public Policy Tipoffs Involving Montana Newsletter for Sunday November 10, 2019 ( 3 items )  

Adventure Cycling Association: The U.S. Bicycle Route System Expands to 27 States and 14,000 Miles
MISSOULA, Montana, Nov. 7 -- The Adventure Cycling Association issued the following news release: With the designation of USBR 50, West Virginia becomes the 27th state to join the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBRS). In Maine, USBR 501 connects cyclists to the far northern border with Canada. Together, the two new U.S. Bicycle Routes push the total mileage of the USBRS to over 14,000 miles. "AASHTO's annual designations to the U.S. Bicycle Route System support local economies and tourism by givi  more

Montana Farmers Union: Tester Working to Bring COOL Back to Washington & Boost American Agriculture
GREAT FALLS, Montana, Nov. 8 -- The Montana Farmers Union issued the following news: Aiming to Make COOL Cool Again and boost Montana's agricultural producers, U.S. Senator Jon Tester today introduced a Senate resolution to support reinstating country of origin labeling for beef and pork. Country of origin labeling, or COOL, are laws and regulations that require retailers to inform customers what country certain commodities originated in, giving shoppers more information and allowing producers  more

Radiation Research Journal Issues 9 Research Articles in November 2019 Edition
BOZEMAN, Montana, Nov. 8 -- Radiation Research, a journal that says it deals with radiation effects and related subjects in the areas of physics, chemistry, biology and medicine from the Radiation Research Society, published nine research articles on the following topics in its November 2019 edition: * Deciding between an X-Ray and 137Cs Irradiator - It's not just about Energy Spectra * Dosimetric Impact of a New Computational Voxel Phantom Series for the Japanese Atomic Bomb Survivors: Pregna  more