2023 Montana Legislature and Politics

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School privatization schemes are being pushed in Montana

Montanans Organized for Education’s (MOFE) 16,000 members — including parents, students, community members and teachers — stand in opposition to school privatization (sometimes called “school choice” by proponents).

Montana hospitals push back on lawmakers’ push to examine tax-exempt status

Montana lawmakers on Wednesday asked a seemingly straightforward question of hospitals: What do we get for $146 million?

Climate Connections: Climate momentum is building in Montana

This is the future of climate action in Montana: A massive and diverse coalition response to a worsening crisis that threatens our families, livelihoods, and life ways. A grassroots effort that promotes collaboration toward a clean energy future, and a thriving future for all people and other beings in our state.

Montana Governor Gianforte announces ban on Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) considerations in state investments

“‘As the State of Montana invests its financial assets, our priority is and should always be maximizing returns for our shareholders – the people of Montana,’ Governor Gianforte said. ‘On my watch, we won’t undermine taxpayers’ returns on investment in favor of the trend of activist, woke capitalism through ESG investing.’

WE THE PEOPLE Rally for Montana’s Constitution – Wednesday, February 1 at Noon – Montana State Capitol Rotunda in Helena

We need to let our legislators know that Montanans love and celebrate our Constitution and inspire them do the right thing. Come rally with us!

Bozeman mayor’s annual state of the city address highlights some good, some bad

Bozeman’s economy is strong, but its labor force is under pressure.

Montana’s Governor Gianforte in Spotlight at Largest Ever SHOT Show in Vegas

“Montana has the highest number of firearms and ammunition businesses per capita in the country. With our business-friendly environment, proud Second Amendment heritage, and unmatched quality of life, we’ll recruit more.” Governor Greg Gianforte

Gianforte touts progress, notes places to improve in State of State

Gov. Greg Gianforte struck a triumphant tone in his second State of the State address to the Legislature on Wednesday night, outlining a business-friendly first two years in office and laying out his priorities for the legislative session.

Missoula County opposes bill banning government-created solar-ready zones

HB 241 would prohibit local governments from requiring that new buildings be constructed with the wiring and other components that would allow for upgrades to solar power or electric-vehicle charging.

Watch live: Montana State of the State TONIGHT – Wednesday at 7 p.m.

Governor Greg Gianforte will give his second State of the State address Wednesday, Jan. 25 at 7 p.m. before the 68th Session of the Montana Legislature.