Montana nonprofit releases local impact program
Program started to support grassroots activism at the city and county level
Last updated 12/1/2020 at 11:07am
MISSOULA — The Public Policy Institute of the Rockies has just released their Local Impact Program, featuring template resolutions and ordinances for use at the City and County level.
PPIR was co-founded by State Rep Kimberly Dudik, D-Missoula, and Sophie Moon in September to make transformative change on under-addressed issues. PPIR is guided by a highly experienced board, including legislative champions Sharon Stewart Peregoy, Rae Peppers, Susan Webber; equity advocates Sierra Pannell, Lillian Alvernaz, and Kelsie Severson; and public health and education leaders Megan...