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5 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Montana insists it can't release child death information

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana child welfare officials insist a state law prohibits disclosure of information about child abuse deaths despite a warning from the federal government that continued secrecy could jeopardize grant money. Officials at Montana's Department of Public Health and Human Services say a state confidentiality law blocks them from releasing details about children who die at their ...

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7 HOURS AGO - ABC News

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Montana Insists It Can't Release Child Death Information

Montana says it can't release child death information in plan submitted to federal government

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9 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Ivan Doig papers going to Montana State University

(AP) — Manuscripts, drafts and other items belonging to renowned Western author Ivan Doig will be housed at Montana State University. MSU also plans to integrate Doig's papers in its teaching and research programs and plans a scholarly conference on Doig's legacy in 2017.

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SEP 01, 2015 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Appeals court sends oil lease dispute back to Montana judge

(AP) — A federal appeals court has revived a bid by environmentalists to block drilling on some public lands in Montana until the government looks more closely at climate change impacts. The environmentalists want the government to force reductions in methane emitted from oil and gas fields.

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SEP 01, 2015 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Man pleads not guilty to cutting trees from Montana refuge

(AP) — A man accused of illegally cutting down 52 Douglas fir trees from the Red Rock Lakes National Wildlife Refuge in southwest Montana has pleaded not guilty to theft of government property. Court documents say Young is a real-estate agent who has a business of cutting and milling trees.

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