Montana Governor Greg Gianforte

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Montana rejects $36.6 million for food assistance

The Health Department could not be reached for comment via email late Monday afternoon on whether it might reverse course. A spokesperson for the Governor’s Office also could not be reached for comment via an email sent late Monday afternoon.

Gov. Gianforte announces Montana will not participate in (the Global) ‘30 By 30’ initiative

Governor Greg Gianforte announced Montana will not participate in President Joe Biden’s “30 By 30” initiative to conserve 30 percent of America’s lands and waters by 2030.

2022 Montana Governor’s Conference on Tourism and Recreation – April 17 – 19 – Billings

This conference will elevate the industry by inspiring innovation, educating through on-the-ground insights, connecting tourism and recreation organizations and businesses, and drawing inspiration from nationally renowned speakers.

Gov. Gianforte Awards $605,000 for Workforce Training, Apprenticeship Programs

Since the program’s launch, eligible businesses have been able to apply to the program and receive up to $3,000 per eligible employee, with a maximum allocation of $210,000. Each eligible employee must make a wage that meets or exceeds 170 percent of Montana’s current minimum wage, which today is $15.64 per hour.

Montana Governor Greg Gianforte against adding ‘equity’ to teacher ethics

“I don’t wish to see Montana’s public schools fall into the traps of promoting a political agenda, in the name of equity, that jeopardizes our students’ opportunities,” wrote Gianforte.

Gov. Gianforte denies funding for Montana nursing homes seeking state aid to stabilize staffing

Gianforte said that relief money has already went to skilled care facilities, and should be used for long-term investments. Meanwhile the state’s Department of Public Health and Human Services director said more aid to nursing homes is just “kicking the can down the road.”

Gianforte admin doubles child-care grant funds – but money still not out – About $60M in ARPA funds available

In the wake of hundreds of Montana child-care providers applying for federal Covid-19 relief funds, the Gianforte administration is making all $60 million available – but has yet to distribute any money, more than 10 months after Congress approved it.

Gov. Gianforte Launches New Program to Help Montana Businesses Invest and Grow

The Montana Down Payment Assistance Program will help finance the acquisition of equipment, purchase of real estate or buildings with improvements, and new construction for existing Montana businesses. Loans have a low fixed interest rate for ten years and range in size from $250,000 to $3,000,000. 

Governor Greg Gianforte talks Montana economy, COVID while marking 1st year in office

“Government doesn’t create jobs, entrepreneurs and small businesses do. In 2021, Montana was recognized as the #1 state to start a small business in. We’ll continue to foster an environment where businesses and hardworking Montanans can prosper.”

Montana film industry excited about growth but needs more buy-in from the state

While Montana has a portion of the necessary ingredients, more infrastructure, a higher tax credit, and more workers are needed to ensure the industry’s continued growth.

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