‘It’s a cultural battle': Montana’s changing abortion laws
With full control of state government for the first time in decades, Montana’s Republican legislators have joined a nationwide wave of states that introduced bills aimed at reducing access to abortion.
Missoula teen not waiting for others to fix the climate crisis
In Held v. State of Montana, the teenagers assert that Montana has violated their constitutional rights to a clean and healthful environment by supporting a fossil fuel-driven energy system. Grace Gibson-Snyder is among them.
Pandemic elevates risk of domestic violence in Missoula, services harder to access
Service providers in Missoula were surprised to see a lull in the number of individuals reaching out for assistance at the beginning of the pandemic. Calls and referrals have since increased to a more typical volume and have remained steady.
Plastic recycling in Missoula is common and complicated
Plastic waste generated in Missoula follows a winding route to the West Coast and beyond, where it lands at facilities to be processed. For some plastic, though, that journey results in a dead-end, with no recycling in its future.