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Lame ducks and a question mark lead Wyoming

June 16, 1978

Sen. Malcom Wallop's shifty and compromising environmental record is an indication of politics in Wyoming, where "conservative" and "conservation" and still uneasily linked.

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Lame ducks and a question mark lead Wyoming
Sen. Malcom Wallop's shifty and compromising environmental record is an indication of politics in Wyoming, where "conservative" and "conservation" and still uneasily linked.
NCAT gives help, gets criticism
The National Center for Appropriate Technology in Butte, Mont., is pushing projects that don't seem controversial -- solar heaters, wood stoves, windmills, greenhouses, and compost heaps. But after only a year in operation, NCAT is being criticized by other public interest groups, utilities, and the federal government.

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EPA denies Colstrip air permit, cites pollution
The Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation in Montana last year became the first area in the country to be designated as a pure, "Class I" air shed. Now, the Environmental Protection Agency is protecting that air by refusing to let five utilities built two Montana coal-fired power plants, Colstrip units 3 and 4.
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