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Want to start a business in Montana? Great Falls may be your best bet

According to Motley Fool, in 2021, Montana was the #1 state for starting a small business. Some of the factors that go into such rankings include a state’s tax policies, consumer spending, business survival rate over five years, and labor laws.

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School privatization schemes are being pushed in Montana

Montanans Organized for Education’s (MOFE) 16,000 members — including parents, students, community members and teachers — stand in opposition to school privatization (sometimes called “school choice” by proponents).

‘Ideas worth spreading’: Hamilton, Montana TEDx event engages audience with thought provoking conversations

Speakers covered an array of thought-provoking topics at the TEDx Hieronymus Park event in Hamilton on Friday, including coping with grief, the impacts of fast fashion and rethinking our ideas about cows and climate change.

Montana hospitals push back on lawmakers’ push to examine tax-exempt status

Montana lawmakers on Wednesday asked a seemingly straightforward question of hospitals: What do we get for $146 million?

Great Falls Economic Development Top 10 for 1-29-23

Here is our Top 23 for this week celebrating work and successes to grow and strengthen the Great Falls regional economy — Montana’s Golden Triangle. And, sharing business resources and skill-building opportunities to empower your success.

Adam Grant Just Urged CEOs to Try a 4-Day Workweek, but Research Shows There’s 1 Perk Employees Want More

Yes, employees like a shorter workweek, but they love this.

Former Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords announces launch of new Montana Coalition of Gun Owners for Safety

The Montana chapter of Gun Owners for Safety (MT-GOS) is made up of 137 gun owners who are “committed to supporting sound and reasonable regulations that prioritize the safety of the citizens of Montana” consistent with the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

Nonprofits release free tool to detect AI-written student work

It enables teachers (or anyone else) to copy and paste text and within a few seconds receive a determination on whether the work in question was written by ChatGPT.

Montana’s McLaughlin Research Institute aims to establish one of the nation’s first rural clinical research centers

While much of their research has focused on using mouse models as a way to dissect the genetic basis of susceptibility to neurodegenerative diseases, they are on the path towards a much bigger goal, in the hopes that it will bring all sorts of benefits to the Treasure State. That goal is establishing one of the nation’s first rural clinical research centers, which will be aimed at expanding clinical research in neurodegenerative diseases.