Lawmaker says grants may lure workers to rural Montana
Rep. Joel Krautter said Montana’s urban counties are rapidly expanding and spearheading the state’s economic growth while rural counties are being left behind.
“But for Montana’s other 44 counties — our rural areas — we are seeing a population flatlining. Where are we going to be in 15, 20, 30 years? Are we just going to be a state of seven urban booming areas and 44 ghost counties?” he said.
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