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  • Lieberman-Warner State of the Day: Montana

    Smaller states like Montana are often the hardest ones hit by the Lieberman-Warner global warming legislation. With a population under 1 million, and a work force hovering around 500,000, Montana is expected to lose almost 2,000 jobs in 2025 if Lieberman-Warner becomes law. montanajobloss2.jpg

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