2020 Montana Politics

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Nonprofit expands free security services for campaigns as election season heats up

DDC is designed to be a one-stop shop for campaigns to get protections against phishing, websites and mobile app security, multi-factor authentication through security keys, and more.

Montana lawmakers diverge on merits of annual legislative sessions

Any change to the Legislature would require revising the state constitution and would have to go to the voters for approval.

U.S. Sen. Jon Tester last week announced a $1.5 million grant for Child Start, Inc., a Missoula-area Head Start program that works to enrich the education of low-income children.

“In order to be successful, our kids need access to a quality education,” U.S. Sen. Jon Tester

California governor wants to expand preschool and create new early child development department

“We don’t want to go slow here. We just want to do this right. It’s high-quality access to affordable preschool and child care. Let us not make the mistake of getting ahead of ourselves. Let’s do this right and thoughtfully,” Newsom said.

Columbia Falls, Montana moves ahead with 3% resort tax proposal

If approved, the resort tax would be in effect for 20 years.

Four issues to track as Montana lawmakers gather for Legislative Week

The event is billed, in part, as an opportunity to explore whether Montana would be better served by annual sessions.

Women’s Policy Leadership Institute (WPLI) Training – 2/7-8 – Helena

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Montana Ranchers Demand Transparency From Manufacturers Of ‘Fake Meat’

Some believe the proposed legislation is all about stifling competition to keep the beef industry from losing market share and about keeping consumers from making healthy choices.

Latest Census numbers indicate MT may gain congressional seat – 2020 count begins in March

Montana grew by 8,000 people last year, or 0.8 percent.

Native activists working to get Montana reservations fully counted in census

If fully counted, Montana residents could gain a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, census projections show.