Montana Governor Greg Gianforte

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Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte issued 26 vetoes on bills passed by the 2023 Legislature. Here’s a complete list.

Almost two months after the conclusion of the 2023 Montana Legislature May 2, Gov. Greg Gianforte has finished issuing signatures and vetoes on the more than 800 measures passed by legislators this year.

Governor Gianforte Recognizes Veterans in Miles City – Where will he be next? How does anyone find out?

Continuing his 56 County Tour in eastern Montana, Governor Greg Gianforte this week recognized four veterans in Miles City with the 2022 Montana Governor’s Veteran Commendation.

Montana is 50th in a recent ranking of high-speed internet availability and 44th in high-speed internet adoption.

Without access, rural entrepreneurship can’t flourish, and there’s a “brain drain of small rural towns.” With it, on the other hand, he said people who are creative “have all kinds of opportunities.”

Governor Gianforte Promotes New and Expanding Businesses on 56 County Tour – Does anyone know where he’ll be next?

Wrapping up a three-day swing through eastern Montana on his 56 County Tour, Governor Greg Gianforte today visited new and expanding small businesses in Custer, Rosebud, and Treasure counties.

Montana towns need tax, policy tweaks to coexist with tourists

The paradox of a place with natural attractions that make it a great place to live but also threaten it with being ‘loved to death’ is what is known as the amenity trap.”

Governor Gianforte Hosts Town Hall in Glendive – Where will he be visiting next? Montana Citizens would like to know.

On the road today for his 56 County Tour in eastern Montana, Governor Greg Gianforte visited with veterans, law enforcement officers, and 4-H students before holding his third town hall this month.

Montana lawmakers override governor’s veto of appropriations bill tied to marijuana revenue measure

Legislators overrode another veto issued by Gov. Greg Gianforte this week, this time an appropriations bill that includes the mechanism to send marijuana tax money to a habitat improvement program through another vetoed bill that several groups have sued over.

States With Abortion Bans Are Losing a Generation of Ob-Gyns

Half of US counties have no ob-gyn, and post-Roe laws prevent new doctors from getting required training. It’s only going to get worse.

Montana Counties unite to overturn Governor Gianforte’s marijuana tax veto

Marijuana, road maintenance and access to public lands. It’s an odd intersection of divergent political interests, yet they’ve been brought together in opposition to a questionable veto by Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte to a bipartisan bill that would have allocated more marijuana tax receipts to maintaining county roads.

Gianforte signs state budget, boosting Medicaid reimbursements by hundreds of millions

The long-awaited decision was heralded by health care providers who care for Medicaid patients.