(AP) Training courses and certification that will allow boaters to bypass decontamination stations at two Montana reservoirs is now available online. The Billings Gazette reports ( http://bit.ly/2pGD6yQ ) the state has been stepping up its efforts to keep Montana waters safe following last fall’s discovery of invasive mussel larvae at Tiber Reservoir and a suspect sample from Canyon Ferry Reservoir. Watercraft owners now have the opportunity to get certified as local boaters at the reservoirs so they don’t have to go through the decontamination stations. The online training course is available at musselresponse.mt.gov . It will provide participants will information about the threat of invasive mussels and how to appropriately clean, drain and dry watercraft to keep Montana’s waters safe. ___ Information from: The Billings Gazette, http://www.billingsgazette.com Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags
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Walden’s reception was far friendlier in more GOP-leaning Prineville, set among grazing land over 100 miles to the south. There were far fewer interruptions, though from the bleachers of the Crook County High School gym, 72-year-old Republican Steve Johnson yelled that Walden should “quit dancing around down there” and produce results in Congress. But in Hood River, which despite its name is on the banks of the majestic Columbia River, and in Bend, the district’s liberal hub at the foot of the Cascades, huge crowds pressed Walden in two-hour encounters heavy on boisterous interruptions and catcalls. “People are fired up, and I know that and I respect that,” Walden said in an interview. He said that as the sole Republican in Oregon’s congressional delegation, “I am the place they can come and vent.” Congress is on a two-week recess that comes with Trump and the GOP health care bill faring dismally in polls, and Walden was often defensive about both. Republicans hope to resuscitate the health care measure and tackle budget, tax and infrastructure legislation, but public reaction measured partly by town halls like these will help determine their success. The Republican measure now in legislative limbo would have largely repealed former President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul, including its tax penalties on people who didn’t purchase coverage and expansion of Medicaid, which provides coverage for the poor. Walden stressed parts of that statute that he would keep: its ban on lifetime coverage limits and a requirement that insurers cover even the most ill, costly consumers. “We’re going to protect people like you,” he told Kim Schmith, 50, of Madras, who described her costly battle against breast cancer and said, “I am no longer uninsurable, and I want be insured.” Walden said Republicans want to improve competition at a time when insurers are fleeing many insurance markets. He said that as the GOP tries to revive its bill, he believes its tax credits will be increased for poor people. Those proposed subsidies have drawn opposition from all sides as too skimpy for low earners.
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