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2009 Montana Legislature News

June 24, 2009

Montana Chamber Releases Legislative Scorecard:



May 7, 2009

Montana Legislators End Session with Mixed Results for TBED (Technology Based Economic Development):



April 28, 2009

Governor Schweitzer Says Overall Successful 2009 Session:



April 19, 2009

School funding should be top priority in Montana but stimulus money should not be used.:



April 14, 2009

Higher education funding paradox in Montana:



April 11, 2009

Montana Governor, universities remain at odds:



April 11, 2009

Changes to rules on green energy draw ire:



April 9, 2009

Montana Legislative panel shifts stimulus ed money:



March 24, 2009

Critics say private dinner skirted Montana's lobby laws:



March 23, 2009

Efficiency an underused energy resource in Montana:



March 20, 2009

Small Business Provisions in the American Recovery and Investment Act of 2009:



March 20, 2009

Senator Baucus' Staff Holding Workshops Across Montana to Help Business Make the Most of the Jobs Bill :



March 20, 2009

Quick Facts and Contacts for Information on the Jobs Bill and Its Impact on Montana :



March 20, 2009

J.J. Adams, Aide for Sen. Baucus breaks down Montana's stimulus package:



March 11, 2009

Is Stimulus Money for Montana Liquor Warehouse Well Spent?:



March 11, 2009

Schweitzer Administration Introduces Stimulus Plan:



March 5, 2009

CEO Bob Rowe: NorthWestern Energy committed to renewable energy:



March 4, 2009

Secretary McCulloch Encourages Montanans to Contact Legislature:



March 2, 2009

Some states picking economy over environment regs:



March 1, 2009

Put an end to petty partisanship:



February 27, 2009

Governor Schweitzer says he would like fast-tracking of stimulus:



February 24, 2009

Montanans Contacting Legislators in Greater Numbers:



February 23, 2009

The Montana Economic Developers Association (MEDA) - Several key Montana economic development programs are facing either total elimination or funding cuts in this legislative session. Your support is encouraged.:



February 23, 2009

Mr. Jennings goes to Helena:



February 20, 2009

State Legislature won't fund Bitterroot Valley Community College:



February 15, 2009

Small Montana wind energy producers take on NorthWestern - HB491:



February 12, 2009

Bitterroot Valley Community College plan goes before Legislature:



February 10, 2009

Ravalli County-based educational projects - Community college, MAPS go to Legislature:



February 2, 2009

Monday is Climate Change Awareness Day at Montana Legislature :



January 31, 2009

Montana Governor Schweitzer and Sen. Ron Erickson back mileage rules:



January 30, 2009

Funding for Montana students to attend medical school in jeopardy:



January 29, 2009

Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer's State of the State Address: Governor unveils oil, gas tax for teachers' salaries:



January 28, 2009

Bitterroot Valley Community College Hearing 2/11 - 3PM Room 303, Helena:



January 28, 2009

Request for Support for HB115 at hearing on 1/30 - on the abilities of wireless phone providers to continue our build-out of wireless services in rural Montana :



January 17, 2009

Republicans want “Google for government”:



January 15, 2009

Invite Your Legislators To MEDA Day In The Rotunda, 1/21, Helena, Montana:



January 14, 2009

Hearing To Remove Sunset On Montana Worker Training Program - Are You Available To Testify? , 1/16, Helena:



January 11, 2009

Montana State legislature posts social calendars online:



January 9, 2009

Montana Legislative Alert - Call to Action on 2010 Montana Economic Development Programs !!!! Your Support is Needed!:



January 9, 2009

Montana Gov. Schweitzer: Corporation Lobbyists a ‘Row of Vultures’:



January 4, 2009

Survey: Wages, Jobs and Taxes Biggest Issues Facing Montana:



January 4, 2009

Anyone can have say at Montana Legislature:



January 3, 2009

Bitterroot college may (WILL!) live to see another day. Your support is vital for proposed legislation for the Bitterroot Valley Community College:



January 3, 2009

Reader Poll: What Should the Montana State Government do With Any Potential Budget Surplus?:



January 2, 2009

Republican legislators will blog from Helena:



December 31, 2008

2009 Montana Legislature - Carbon sequestration bills are needed:



December 28, 2008

Finances may help diminish divisions in 2009 Montana Legislative Session - Following, influencing the 2009 state Legislature: Via the Internet, it's cake:



December 27, 2008

Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer optimistic about year ahead:



December 25, 2008

Montana Legislators Eye Slippery Financial Slope in 2009:



December 22, 2008

Watch, Listen to 2009 Montana Legislative Proceedings:



December 15, 2008

Bills piling up before 2009 Montana legislative session. Gov. Schweitzer maintains large reserves in budget:



December 8, 2008

Montana School funding called bleak:



December 8, 2008

State energy leaders gather in Lewistown, Montana to discuss strategy for the next Legislature:



December 8, 2008

Montana Governor's Budget: The Good and the Bad:



December 4, 2008

Montana Legislative Leaders Set 2009 Session Calendar:



November 7, 2008

Montana Legislators Seek Housing in Helena for 2009 Session :



October 29, 2008

Learn to Monitor 2009 Montana Legislative Session Online:



October 3, 2008

Billings Chamber tries for local-option sales tax:



October 3, 2008

Concerns arise over ballot issue as Montana State Fund loses $26 million:



September 22, 2008

Montana Chamber 2009 Legislative Prosperity Plan:



August 6, 2008

Author David Sirota's study of populist movement zeroes in on Montana in his new book, "The Uprising,":



July 28, 2008

Montana Legislative Branch Debuts Improved Web Site:



July 25, 2008

Montana cities to try again for local option sales tax:



July 22, 2008

Montana Public Asked to Comment on Climate Change Study, Draft Bills:



May 6, 2008

Montana Legislative News Update - May 2008:



April 24, 2008

Getting ready for aging baby boomers in Montana:



April 18, 2008

Montana Legislators told they should raise school funding by $260 million a year:



April 7, 2008

Information about 2009 Montana Legislation Now Available Online:





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