A sell out crowd participated with City Club Missoula on Monday, August 8 for a town hall-style forum featuring Montana’s 1st Congressional District candidates John Lamb, Monica Tranel, & Ryan Zinke.
Sally Mauk, formerly of MTPR, will moderate the forum which will feature candidate remarks, Table Talk, and audience questions.
Council members also said the state’s antiquated tax system no longer works for today’s economy, and many cities will likely be in the same situation as they develop their own
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- Limited co-op associations debut in Spokane
In 2019, Washington state passed legislation creating Limited Cooperative Associations (LCAs), which are holding companies that offer a new pathway for investment into worker- and community-owned businesses.
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Energy and Climate Change
- Heat pumps: what they do and why they’re hot now
The giant climate bill Democrats are working to pass, called the Inflation Reduction Act, for instance, includes up to an $8,000 rebate for income-eligible Americans who install a new heat pump in their home. Anyone who doesn’t qualify for the rebate can still get a tax credit of up to $2,000 for installing a heat pump.
- Butte to host Montana Clean Energy Fair on Saturday – 8/13
The event takes place from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the NCAT building and is free and open to the public.
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