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Archive for month: March, 2021

Check out the App. opportunities available now for WY. hunts

Beginning 8 a.m. April 1, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will accept applications for limited quota fall turkey, sandhill crane and beaver as well as applications to the Glendo and Springer special pheasant hunts. Applications must be submitted online. “Remember, before applying for any licenses, you will have to create a username and pa...

Planned Parenthood Of Montana Objects To Bills Being Introduced Restricting Productive Rights Of Women

More than half a dozen bills restricting productive rights have been introduced in the state legislature including a bill that would redefine personhood as beginning at conception effectively banning abortions. Laura Terrill with Planned Parenthood of Montana says many of these bills have been introduced in past sessions but the sheer volume t...

Bureau of Business and Economic Research Director Sees 2008 Recession Approach With Pandemic Relief

As Congress keeps providing pandemic relief funds, what will that mean as far as a real recovery? Today on Voices of Montana, Associate Director of the Bureau of Business and Economic Research Dr. Robert Sonora talked about the 2008 recession. America spent money then while Europe didn’t. That may have made the difference and could happen agai...

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen Committed To Senator Jon Tester $ Going To Municipalities Can’t Be Skimmed Off By The State

Senator Jon Tester received a commitment from Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen that American Rescue Plans for $340 million meant for Montana municipalities can’t be skimmed off the top by the state during a recent Senate Banking Committee hearing.

Measures Singling Out Trans Montanans And Restricting Reproductive Rights A Top Priority In State Legislature

Conservative social policies are a top priority in Montana ‘s legislative session this year. A slate of measures singling out trans Montanans and restricting reproductive rights are nearing the governor’s desk. Izzy Milch with Forward Montana says many legislators campaigned on brining jobs to the state and restoring the economy bu...

House Speaker Pro-Temp Casey Knudsen Sees Construction Worker Shortage For Houses Due To Expected Infrastructure Spending

The federal dollars now on the way along with a proposed infrastructure package in the works by the Biden Administration may present a unique situation for the Treasure State. So said Casey Knudsen House Speaker Pro-Temp Monday on Voices of Montana.