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How Steve Bullock would boost K-12 school spending and make community college free

He proposed giving tax credits to employers who help their employees pay off student debt.

Navigating Main Streets as Places: A People-First Transportation Toolkit

This provides guidance to Main Street leaders, community advocates, local officials, transportation professionals, and everyone else in between

Western Governors’ News shares work on cybersecurity, wildfires, broadband and more

The Western Governors’ Association represents the Governors of 19 western states and 3 U.S. territories in the Pacific.

Montana Governor’s Office of Economic Development – ‘Innovation Lab’ Looks To Boost Montana’s Outdoor Recreation Economy

The Montana Governor’s Office is searching for new ways to tap into the state’s outdoor economy — an economic engine already fueled by more than $7 billion spent in the state each year.

Your Support is Requested to Develop Montana’s Next Generation of Economic and Community Development Tools

We need an additional $50,000 to $60,000 to meet the financial needs of this project

Innovate Montana Symposium comes to Butte next week – 10/14-16

The speaking lineup of the symposium will feature Gov. Steve Bullock, along with Montana entrepreneurs and business leaders from the national stage.

Governor Bullock Recognizes Native American Women’s Equal Pay Day

Under Bullock’s tenure Native pay gap narrows in Montana, still more progress is needed

Governor Bullock Announces $19 Million Grant to Support Unified Medical Records Database

Big Sky Care Connect is Montana’s latest attempt to link health care providers so they can more efficiently share patient medical information.

10 years of continued economic growth in Montana

Montana’s economy is strong on Labor Day 2019 and it will continue to be strong because of folks like you all across the state committed to building an economy that works for everyone.

Montana Governor’s office seeks 7th-12th graders to help hungry children

The council will consist of seventh-12th grade students from across the state who are committed to ending childhood hunger in their communities, according to a press release from the office.

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