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Montana 2020 Census Newsletter – The Importance of the Census to Tribes and Reservation Populations

More than 29,000 reservation-area households in Montana have yet to receive an invitation to respond to the Census.

Governor Bullock Announces $123 Million Available in Emergency Grants

“We’re all in this together and I know Montana will emerge from this challenge even stronger than before.” Governor Bullock

Montana Task force recommends targets for $1.25 billion coronavirus stimulus, skirting open meetings law

“It’s critical, certainly, that this funding reaches all corners of our state, considers really all the sectors of industry and the economy,” Bullock said.

Letter to Montana Governor Bullock and the Coronavirus Task Force from Coalition of Montana Education-based Nonprofits

We, the undersigned, provide enrichment programs for children outside of the academic setting here in Montana. While each of us is unique, we share some common traits and have some common needs as we envision the reopening of our in-person programs, hopefully at some point this summer.

Commerce Connection – Montana Department of Commerce

In addition to the 26-member task force, the Governor is seeking public input on how to best put the $1.25 billion to use. 

Montana Economic Developers Association (MEDA) – Letter of Recommendations to Gov. Bullock and the Montana Cares Task Force

Montana economic developers have stepped up to make a significant difference in preserving local and regional businesses and jobs. We have the skills, knowledge, commitment and local/regional relationships necessary to wisely put federal CARES Act funds towork over the next eight months to preserve, strengthen and grow Montana’s economy.

Montana Governor Steve Bullock: Directive implementing Executive Orders 2-2020 and 3-2020 and providing guidance for the phased reopening of Montana and establishing conditions for Phase One

I hereby direct the following measures be in place in the State of Montana effective immediately, except where specified:

Montana Governor Steve Bullock issues directive to ensure telehealth coverage

Nearly half of Montana’s counties are reporting no cases.

How contact tracing slows the spread — and why getting Montana back to work requires more of it

“Everyone talks about flattening the curve,” said Dr. Joia Mukherjee, the chief medical officer of Partners in Health. “But we want to also shrink the curve, like, shrink the total number of people that get sick.”

Reopening the Montana Way — Protecting Lives and the Recovery of our Economy

When COVID-19 first came to Montana, we took quick and aggressive measures to slow the spread and keep Montanans home during this critical period.