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Rally focuses on climate change bills in Legislature

Climate ralliers at the library
JOLENE KELLER/Chronicle

Ralliers gather at the Bozeman Public Library on Feb. 17, 2013, to draw attention to climate change legislation in Helena.

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As a crowd estimated at 40,000 converged on Washington, D.C., Sunday for the Forward on Climate Rally, upwards of 100 climate-minded Gallatin Valley residents met at the Bozeman Public Library for the same cause.

According to organizers, the rally was held at the nation's capitol and at satellite locations across the country to urge President Obama to take the first steps needed to reduce CO2 emissions globally by rejecting export of carbon intensive tar sands oil through the Keystone XL pipeline.

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