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Women hold  pro-choice signs during a rally in Missoula, May 21, 2019.
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Montana’s attorney general is asking the state supreme court to overturn a 23-year-old precedent of constitutional protection for access to abortion. The request is part of a court battle over abortion restrictions signed into law last year.
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Few things brighten a typical Montana winter day like a little snowfall. Right when you feel that you can't take another grey day, a couple of inches of heaven fall to raise your spirits. But just how do these floating flakes come to be?
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A resident receives a dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at a health center in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Jan. 13. This week, Indonesia started a program to give booster shots to the elderly and people at risk of severe disease.
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Researchers in the U.K. have the first estimates for how long a third shot of the Pfizer vaccine will last. The findings are mixed.
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