Discrimination Against Net Metering Customers

UPDATE: SB 7 passed the legislature, but was vetoed by Governor Bullock. Montanans deserve the freedom to make their own energy choices....

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Eliminating Protection for Public Health and Safety

SB 337 would eliminate the Montana Board of Environmental Review. The BER has oversight authority over the Department of Environmental...

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Slamming the Door on Clean Energy Development

SB 338 (Sen. Duane Ankney, R-Colstrip)is disguised as a pro-worker bill and pro-Colstrip community bill, but it is anything but those...

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Repeal of Community Renewable Energy Projects

UPDATE (4-10-17): SB 32 passed the legislature. Governor Bullock vetoed the bill. SB 32 would prevent jobs and new clean energy in Montana...

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Arbitrarily Extending State Land Coal Leases

SB 235 would allow the Montana Land Board to extend the date for coal leases beyond their traditional 10-year term if the Board finds that...

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Artificially Limit Clean Energy Development

SB 102 would place a 20-year maximum on contracts for wind and solar projects trying to utilize a federal law that encourages alternative...

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Direct the DEQ to Assume the Dredge and Fill Program

This bill would require the Montana Department of Environmental Quality to assume the responsibilities of the 404 permitting program, which...

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Allow Water Disputes to be Appealed to the Water Court

This bill would allow aggrieved parties in water disputes to appeal to the Montana Water Court, rather than Montana District Court. The...

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Skirting Around Clean Waters’ Nondegradation Review

This bill would require Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to review and rewrite water quality rules related to non-degradation...

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Exempting Wells in Family Transfers

SB 248 has passed the House and Senate. Call Governor Bullock today and ask him to please veto this bad bill. 406-444-3111,...

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