2015 State Legislative Scorecard
The 2015 Legislative session saw victories and setbacks to protect Montana's clean water, clean air, and wild lands. We passed the CSKT Water Compact and Sage-Grouse Management Act but water protections were put at risk and tax giveaways to coal companies. Find out if your legislator worked to protect Montana's outdoor heritage!
2014 LCV National Environmental Sorecard
The American public’s growing concern about climate change in 2014 stands in stark contrast to the anti-environment agenda and votes of the U.S. House of Representatives, as detailed in the 2014 National Environmental Scorecard. Fortunately, the House’s breathtaking attacks on our air, water, lands, and wildlife were blocked by allies in the U.S. Senate, who grew even more vocal this year about the urgency of addressing climate change.
2013 LCV National Environmental Scorecard
While the lack of progress in 2013 is highly disappointing, we applaud those members of Congress who fought to protect public health and the environment and reduce our nation's dangerous dependence on oil.
2015 LCV Senate Special Edition Scorecard
For only the second time ever, the League of Conservation Voters is issuing a Special Edition Scorecard showing how senators voted on clean energy, environmental, and public health issues. See where our senators stand!
2013 Montana Legislative Scorecard
How did Montana’s land, air and water fare in the 2013 Legislative Session? Montanans stood strong and defeated attempts to degrade blue-ribbon trout streams and reduce opportunities to hunt and fish.
2010 LCV National Environmental Scorecard
While the lack of progress in 2010 is highly disappointing, we applaud those members of Congress who fought to protect public health and the environment and reduce our nation’s dangerous dependence on oil.
2009 Montana Legislative Scorecard
It’s Montana Conservation Voters’ 10 year anniversary. For the last decade, we’ve helped protect the rivers, lakes and streams that define our state, and fought for healthy communities.