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Governor Gianforte Calls for Collaboration on Forest Management Ahead of Fire Season

Fighting Every Wildfire Makes Big Fires More Extreme – “In Montana, we do not, and will not, have a ‘let it burn’ policy” Gov. Greg Gianforte

Montana legislators continue looking into regulation of autonomous vehicles

The Transportation Interim Committee met on Wednesday, hosting a panel with five industry experts with ties to the Treasure State. This included representatives with Headwaters Tech Hub, Hyundai, RDO Equipment Company, Aurora, and the Autonomous Vehicle Industry Association (AVIA).

Big Sky Passenger Rail group enticed by U.S. Secretary of Transportation Buttigieg remarks

The chair of the Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority is feeling optimistic about the realities of a restored Amtrak route across Montana’s southern tier

The International Day of Light – 5/18 – Bozeman, Montana

Join Montana Photonics & Quantum Alliance (MPQA) and the MSU Optics & Photonics Society (OPS) to celebrate the International Day of Light next weekend, Saturday, May 18 at the Montana Science Center (MSC) & the Museum of the Rockies!

Montana Cooperative Update and 25th Anniversary Celebration

Montana’s Tracy McIntyre Elected to the National Cooperative Business Association -CLUSA Board of Directors!

Increasing Future Immigration Grows the U.S.’ Competitive Advantage

Without raising immigration levels now, the U.S. will no longer be the world’s largest economy. Expanded immigration will ensure that the U.S. workforce can continue to outperform global competitors.

New nation, new ideas: A study finds immigrants out-innovate native-born Americans

Today, around a quarter of all workers in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields are immigrants.

Sen. Jon Tester

Montana Senator Jon Tester Calls on Postal Board to Stop Mail Review, Halt Missoula Relocation

“USPS leadership is messing with the wrong state, and I’m proud to be leading the bipartisan fight to keep postal services strong in rural America,” said Tester.

With 1 Simple Word, Ex-Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz Revealed the Company’s Biggest Problem. It’s a Lesson in Emotional Intelligence

Look closely at Howard Schultz’s recent advice on how to fix Starbucks, and a key insight emerges.

Tester Secures More Than $16 Million for Housing Resources in Montana

“This funding is a huge win, and will go towards vital programs across the state that will address housing shortages and increase the availability of workforce housing. I’m proud to have secured this funding, and I’ll continue to do all I can to ensure the folks who call our state home can continue to do so.”