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State of Montana Vendor Registration – Opportunity to Bid on State Contracts

An efficient method for receiving notification of State bidding opportunities and submitting bids electronically, through eMACS.

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Smokey Bear’s world is on fire. But the old mascot won’t die.

“Fire is not bad — it’s nature at work.”

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Net neutrality could face a powerful foe in Trump’s nominee for attorney general, Willam P. Barr

William P. Barr is a former chief lawyer for Verizon Communications who has opposed net neutrality rules for more than a decade.

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The FBI is now investigating fake anti-net neutrality comments

The Justice Department is working to determine if those comments violated the law by essentially using stolen identities, and has issued subpoenas to a handful of organizations related to the comments.

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New report details Montana’s aging infrastructure

The report found Montana will need over a billion dollars to improve water infrastructure over the next 20 years.

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Including Citizens in the Municipal Problem-Solving Process

Print to PDF Cities of Service has launched its second-annual Engaged Cities Award, an international effort to find and ultimately share work being done by local governments to include citizens in problem-solving processes.

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In every state, the minimum wage is lower than what residents want, study says

The United States has one of the lowest minimum wages of the world’s wealthy nations.

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State board denies funds for Missoula affordable housing project at former trailer park site

"They funded a project that is half as many units for the same number of dollars, actually more dollars," said developer Alex Burkhalter of Housing Solutions in Missoula. "Stuff like that makes it hard to swallow. We’d have been able to deliver twice the units for less money."

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Bozeman’s leaders failing, time for real housing solutions

Don’t be fooled by action-signaling strategic plans and public comment charades: We know enough about the problem already and there are real solutions, if the commission has the backbone to make them happen.

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I’m an educator who ran for office — and won. Here’s how I did it.

Voters want the best for our students, our state.

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