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In his ruling on Tuesday, U.S. District Court Judge Rudolph Contreras concluded that the Bureau of Land Management "did not adequately quantify the climate change impacts of oil and gas leasing.”

While student protesters in #JacksonHole were global in their ambition, they were local in much of their messages during the #ClimateStrike:

About 50 students, ages 8 to 18, gathered in Jackson's town square for the #climatestrike. Some skipped school for the event and began their day working with the JH Conservation Alliance. Then they mailed letters to Wyo lawmakers. Others joined the march on the square at 2:30.

Matt Shepard’s murder was galvanizing. It led to the passage of national hate crime legislation. In Wyoming, passing similar state legislation & protections for #LGBTQ people remains a challenge. Advocates say that's 1 reason his story must still be told

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