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Public Policy Tipoffs Involving Montana Newsletter for Sunday February 16, 2020 ( 3 items )  

American Fly Fishing Trade Association: Fisheries Fund Awards First Grants of 2020
BOZEMAN, Montana, Feb. 13 -- The American Fly Fishing Trade Association issued the following news release: 2020 seems to be fast out of the gate for our industry. And, given the current direct attacks on our clean water and public lands protections, the work being done to protect our fish and the places we find them has been full-tilt as well. Well, we're pleased to announce the first three Fisheries Fund grant recipients of 2020. Three groups that are doing the conservation work that matters  more

Center for Biological Diversity: Legal Action Threatened to Stop Construction of Keystone XL, Prevent Imminent Harm to Endangered Species
SAN FRANCISCO, California, Feb. 15 -- The Center for Biological Diversity issued the following news release: Conservation and environmental groups filed notices of their intent to sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management and the companies behind the Keystone XL pipeline for failing to consider the effects of the pipeline--including likely oil spills--on endangered species, including whooping cranes and pallid sturgeon. Previously the U.S. District Court in Montana rule  more

Radiation Research Journal Issues Research Articles in February 2020 Edition
BOZEMAN, Montana, Feb. 11 -- 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 research articles, including the following topics, in its February 2020 edition: * Comparison of Radiation Dose Reconstruction Methods to Investigate Late Adverse Effects of Radiotherapy for Childhood Cancer: A Report from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study * Enhancement  more