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Is the Rift Between Rich and Poor Growing in America?

Spurred on by the recent “Occupy” protests, class conflict has become an increasing part of the public discourse.

This is reflected in a new poll from the Pew Research Center, which finds the percentage of Americans who see conflict between the rich and poor as a problem has jumped significantly over the last two years.

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Does Missoula Need A 24 Hour Bathroom?

A resolution that prohibits camping and structures on missoula county property was passed wednesday on a majority vote by the county commissioners. During that meeting several community members sited the need for a 24 hour bathroom down town, which they claim would help alleviate sanitation issues near the courthouse. [AUDIO]

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Missoula women speaking on behalf of the homeless and Occupy Missoula at today's meeting  (photo by Shande Wiest)
Missoula women speaking on behalf of the homeless and Occupy Missoula at today's meeting (photo by Shande Wiest)
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Anti Camping Ordinance Approved

County Commissioners and community members gathered in the crowded Missoula County Courthouse Annex room 201 today to discuss a resolution that would prohibit camping and structures on county property. Close to thirty community members got up to speak on behalf of the Occupy Movement and their rights to freedom of speech and their rights to peacefully assemble. [AUDIO]

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The Public Agrees, About $150,000 a Year Makes You ‘Rich’

In light of the Occupy Wall Street movement focusing attention on the “one percent” and the debate over raising taxes on the wealthy, Gallup asked 1,012 adults how much money they would need to make a year in order to consider themselves rich.

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Survey of the Day: 47 Percent of Americans Think Wall Street Harms the Economy

The Occupy Wall Street movement continues to generate headlines, so what better time to see what Americans actually think of our esteemed financial institutions?

Forty-seven percent of Americans think Wall Street hurts the American economy more than it helps, whereas only 38 percent think the opposite is true.

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