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  • Allowing water pollution a baffling decision to many, a group promoting rail passenger service across Montana keeps chugging along and the Girl Scout council is rolling out some smart cookies.
  • The first youth climate change challenge in the country proceeding in Montana, remains of native children returning to their families and one of the last remaining soldiers sharing his memories.
  • Weapons and drugs seized at Montana’s border, a deeper look at the recent block of abortion bans, and we remember a Montana icon in higher education.
  • Montana makes two national firsts - a ban on reading in drag and a requirement to teach Indigenous studies in schools, plus matching older and younger to end loneliness.
  • Tiktok sues the state over the social media ban, lawmakers and the governor define gender and work begins to study bear behavior.
  • A cap considered on the number of bills in the next legislature, a Bozeman restaurant closed by the health department gets the okay to reopen, and Montana firefighters on the front lines in Canada.
  • Five lawsuits filed over Montana's TikTok ban, one abortion ban blocked and Wyoming’s governor joins the podcast world.
  • Montana becomes the first state in the nation to ban Tik-Tok, people working in public service get some debt relief, is school out forever for a community near Deer Lodge?
  • Abortion laws signed, lawsuits filed, where the procedure stands right now, a Montana river failing to sustain fish, and preventing new policies considered a success by Native Americans.
  • A new shelter for domestic violence survivors and their pets opens, events happening for historic preservation month and folk artists honored.