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Organizing on social media, Covid skeptics drive public health professionals from their jobs

At the same time Montana hospitals are seeing record numbers of Covid patients, county health officers are resigning or being forced out by elected officials who don't follow public health guidance.

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Organizing online, Covid skeptics drive public health professionals from their jobs

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From bankruptcy to IPO in a year? It's a tune Guitar Center might play

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