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Idaho Governor Little gives State of the State Address

“I am proposing more than $450 million in tax relief. This would be among the single largest tax cuts in Idaho history!” Little said.

Getting The Most from the Nation’s Investment in Rural Broadband

Joe Biden’s administration has the chance to revisit a call for the creation of a Rural Development Network. It would be a virtual toolbox helping rural communities “utilize the Internet to create economic opportunity.”

The Montana Legislature – A Senatorial Spat, Rocky Rollout Of COVID Orders And A Familiar Gun Debate

Montana’s congressman votes as expected against impeachment, and Montana’s two senators are having a very public spat.

Gianforte’s Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission picks feature industry executives

On Wednesday, the Gianforte administration announced that KC Walsh, Pat Tabor and Brian Cebull would fill the three empty seats on the five-member commission, if the Montana Senate confirms them.

Why Startups Have So Much Riding on Section 230’s Future

Changes to the law, which protects tech platforms from liability for their user content, could transform how small businesses operate.

Prospera Business Network and the City of Bozeman Announce Small Business Relief Fund

The application will not be live until Wednesday, January 20th at 8am.

Truth, Lies And Social Media

Journalists Sally Mauk and Gwen Florio, along with special guest New York Times columnist Charlie Warzel discuss this and more in this episode of Parsing the Press.

Bozeman city commissioners map out yearly priorities

Commissioner Michael Wallner suggested the city prioritize seeking out grants or other funds in preparation that the 2020 census results will bump Bozeman’s population above 50,000, changing the city’s status for federal funding.

10 Dos and Don’ts for Government Cybersecurity Leaders

The new decade offers more challenges for cybersecurity leaders than ever, from tracking evolving threats to navigating budget constraints. Keep these best practices in mind for effective security management.

Who directly benefits from Gianforte tax cuts in Montana?

An advocate for lower- and moderate-income households in Montana said while the governor’s tax-cut plan may have some benefits for those earning less, the bulk of it goes to wealthier individuals and businesses.