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London creates massive car-free zones as the city reopens

How do you simultaneously discourage people from riding public transportation, avoid automobile gridlock and maintain social distancing?

Montana Senator Jon Tester says pandemic has shown big need for better broadband

We’ve got some work to do on high speed Internet, broadband, cell service. They’re all connected.”

Governor Bullock Announces Montana to Enter Phase Two of Reopening Plan on June 1

“Montana has been an example for the rest of the nation in our response to this global pandemic. I have no doubt that we can continue to be that example, but only if Montanans, businesses, and visitors alike continue to take seriously the responsibility we all have in protecting others,” Governor Bullock said.

Property Tax System in Delaware Ruled Unconstitutional- Many U.S. states including California, Washington, Massachusetts and Connecticut offer seniors the ability to defer all of their property taxes.

Some will pay more, and some will pay less as the ruling forces assessments to come in line with reality.

Made in Montana May Monthly: Training, Fall Food and Beverage Shows, and more!

Join us for summer export training! The ExportMontana team hosts Riddle of the Exporter training in Billings on July 28 and Kalispell on July 30. The training is free and will help members learn about and prepare for export markets.

WEDNESDAY: Tester, Bullock to Team Up to Host Facebook Live Q&A on COVID-19 – 5/20 – 12:30PM MST

Tester and Bullock will also provide helpful resources, discuss next steps, and give an update on their continued efforts at the state and federal level to address the COVID-19 crisis.

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis – Living in a COVID-19 world A discussion with leading health and economics experts with Tom Brokaw – 5/26 – 11:00AM MST

Join the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota for “Living in a COVID-19 world,” a virtual discussion with leading health and economics…

Living to 100: How Will We Afford Our Longer Lives?

Many U.S. states including California, Washington, Massachusetts and Connecticut offer seniors the ability to defer all of their property taxes.

Commerce Department Announces 2020 Montana Tourism Award Winners

“As we face this new challenging time together, it’s important to recognize some of the people and organizations that have made Montana’s tourism and recreation industries the economic drivers they have long been,” Montana Department of Commerce Director Tara Rice

America’s Growth Ponzi Scheme

In the decades that followed, we have grown to understand that the underlying financing mechanisms of the suburban era operate like a classic pyramid scheme, with ever-increasing rates of growth necessary to sustain the accumulation of long-term liabilities.