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Sidney, Montana’s Young Professionals chapter put on a conference to showcase their town. Here’s what we learned from showing up.
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2023 Montana Legislature and Politics
- Montana children need more investment in early childhood programming
Every day, 30 babies are born in Montana. That is an entire classroom of future fourth graders born per day. By fourth grade, only 11 of these kids will read proficiently and be on track for future academic success. The other 19 will struggle to read at grade level and may fall behind in school. How these children spend their early years matters.
Corona Virus Information
Come Home Montana
Montana Department of Commerce
Montana Office of Tourism and Business Development
MEDA -Montana Economic Developers Association
Next Generation Broadband in Montana
- New telemedicine option coming to Montana
Nurx is one of the nation’s largest digital clinics. Through their apps and websites, women can request services such as birth control to be delivered right to their home.
- Elon Musk’s Starlink to Deliver Internet Nearly Worldwide Within Weeks
“We recently passed the strategically notable number of 69,420 active users,” Musk joked. “We’re I think on our way to having a few hundred thousand users, possibly over 500,000 users within 12 months.”
- Schools and libraries can apply for FCC broadband relief funds starting Tuesday
The $7.17 billion Emergency Connectivity Fund Program, created through President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan, will provide funding for schools and libraries across the country to buy laptops, tablets, Wi-Fi hotspots and broadband connections to help students and teachers access the internet for distance learning.
- 172 Organizations Calls on Congress to Increase Broadband Speeds with Future Proof Fiber
A federal program by Congress that emphasizes delivering future-proof infrastructure can enable not just ubiquitous fiber wireline access, but also make possible ubiquitous wireless services that rely on fiber optics including 5G, next generation Wi-Fi, and their future iterations.
Funding and Building your Business
21st Century Education Initiative – “You Should Care…”
Government News & Events
Cool Stuff That’s Coming
Energy and Climate Change
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