Milloy, Steve; DeMars, Shelby F.; Hegreberg, Cary
November 2010
Missoula Independent;11/4/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 44, p4
The article offers several insights regarding the economic condition in Montana. It highlights a bill co-sponsored by Senator Jon Tester which aims to establish a national renewable electricity standard (RES). It stresses the failure of senators and environmentalist group to recognize that the key to boost the number of good paying jobs in the state is the development of natural resources. It also discusses the launch of the Kearl project for the shipment industry in the state.


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