Montana Governor Greg Gianforte

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Governor Gianforte Officially Opens Montana Asia Trade Office in Taiwan

“By reestablishing our physical presence in Taipei, our producers and manufacturers will have even greater access to this important market, ushering in new opportunities for Montanans and the people of Taiwan.” Gov. Gianforte

Fed money to bolster child care in Montana now available

Child-care providers in Montana can start applying for a share of $31 million in federal funds, meant to bolster their business and make a dent in the state’s shortage of child-care slots.

Gov. Gianforte talks about ARPA, biodiesel and voting integrity

The governor’s office contacted the Sidney Herald on Wednesday morning and asked the newspaper to remove the post for security purposes and stated the “town hall” was not open to the public and specific business owners and stakeholders had been invited to the meeting to discuss specific topics. The post was removed as requested and replaced with one debating the governor’s use of the term “town hall” for a closed meeting.

Gov. Gianforte, Montana State Agencies Blast BLM Over Its American Prairie Reserve Bison Grazing Proposal

Gov. Gianforte wrote. “Any action that could threaten the stability of Montana’s livestock industry, its ability to market healthy products, or the strength of its socioeconomic fabric deserves to be fully vetted and analyzed in an honest, thorough manner.”

Governor Gianforte Touts Montana’s Business-Friendly Climate on Kalispell Visit

Governor promotes fewer regulations and encourages competitive business environment at Sept. 14 chamber of commerce luncheon

Gov. Gianforte Invests $6 Million to Strengthen Montana’s Workforce

“Helping Montanans acquire the in-demand skills needed to fill good-paying jobs is a top priority,” Gov. Gianforte said.

Mayor: National Guard not available to help Missoula hospitals with Covid surge; Sleepy Inn offline

On Thursday, Missoula County reported 752 active cases of Covid-19 and 110 deaths. Last week, Providence St. Patrick’s Hospital CEO Joyce Dombrouski said the resurgence of Covid-19, fueled by the more virulent Delta variant, was stressing local hospitals.

Climate professionals urge state action amid heat, drought in Montana

MT Climate Solutions Council members pen letter to Gov. Gianforte

Panel moves to fund $125M in Montana infrastructure projects

The money is part of more than $2 billion Montana received through the American Rescue Plan Act, passed by Congress in March to offset some of the economic impacts of the pandemic. The state is receiving its money in two rounds, and the ARPA Infrastructure Advisory Commission is expected to award another round of water and wastewater grants next year.

Gov. Gianforte announces expansion to Build Montana program

The program is an educational partnership between the Montana Equipment Dealers Association and the Montana Contractors Association. Launched in March of 2020, Build Montana’s focus is to build career paths for students to enter the construction industry.