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Articles with the Tag: Governor Gianforte

Valley Views

If there is one thing every business owner, rancher, and manager agrees on, it’s that if you don’t have good people, you don’t have much. And if there’s one thing Montanans (and, increasingly, outsiders) know, it’s how good our hunting and fishing opportunities generally are....

Governor highlights value of ‘Made in Montana’ products

News from the office of Governor Gianforte MILES CITY — Continuing his 56 County Tour last week, Governor Greg Gianforte highlighted the contributions of value-added agriculture to Montana’s economy at the Tongue River Winery in Miles City. “Across the state, Montana producers are f...

Governor Gianforte statement on Montana Supreme Court enabling men in women’s sports

News from the office of Governor Gianforte HELENA — On April 29, Governor Greg Gianforte issued the following statement after the Montana Supreme Court ruled to allow biological men to compete in women’s sports: “I am deeply disappointed in the Montana Supreme Court for enabling bio...

Governor reminds students to apply for FAFSA

News from the office of Governor Gianforte HELENA — Governor Greg Gianforte recently urged high school seniors in Montana to continue to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), despite issues resulting from the U.S. Department of Education’s delay in launching the 2024...

Veto override push on long-debated marijuana money bill falls short Veto override push on long-debated marijuana money bill falls short

A veto override effort on a much-debated marijuana revenue bill that initially passed the Montana Legislature with overwhelming bipartisan support last year has failed, according to poll results released Friday afternoon. The override poll, conducted by a mail ballot by the Montana secretary of state&rsqu...

Briefs for April 3, 2024

Applications, nominations for Twentieth Judicial District vacancy sought   News from the office of Governor Gianforte HELENA — Governor Greg Gianforte is now accepting applications and nominations to fill a district court judge vacancy in the Twentieth Judicial District.  The chie...

Governor cuts ribbon on first Amazon facility in Montana Governor cuts ribbon on first Amazon facility in Montana

News from the office of Governor Gianforte MISSOULA — On March 27 in Missoula, Governor Greg Gianforte cut the ribbon on the first Amazon facility in Montana. Representing Amazon’s first major investment in the state, the new delivery station created more than 100 jobs. “Montana is ...

Legislative Notes  Legislative Notes

The separation of powers among the three co-equal branches of government are essential; and I agree that no branch should be able to overreach its bounds. I want to tell you why this overreach is not happening with SB 442. In Montana, our Constitution does not allow the Executive branch to have the final ...

Valley Views

In 2022, the people of Montana elected Republican supermajorities to both chambers of the Montana Legislature. Even though the people of Montana elected large majorities of Republicans, the Republicans elected to the Legislature did not always act like conservatives. Instead, many Republicans participated in...

Legislative Notes Legislative Notes

Montana families deserve the financial freedom that comes from good health and a hard day’s work. It is only fair. Under Gianforte’s government the uninsured rate has increased by 127,000 Montanans of all ages.  His approach to Medicaid redetermination has failed.  We all will pay...


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