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Montana Public Health Institute Launch Is Virtual Because Of Its Importance And Structures Will Come Later

The Montana Public Health Institute being launched aims to strengthen Montana’s public health system capacity beginning with programs and services that support local and tribal responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. Chief Operating Officer Hillary Hanson says it’s so new it’s virtual for now because of its importance in doing it...

Farmers Union President Walter Schweitzer Says Relief Bills So Far Have Missed Montana Farmers And Ranchers

Rural communities are big beneficiaries from the COVID-19 relief bill Congress passed Wednesday. It includes billions of dollars in relief for rural and farming communities across the country. President of the Montana Farmers Union Walter Schweitzer says farmers and rural towns didn’t seem to get much relief from the first two relief bil...

Senator Jon Tester Benefits To Montana Veterans Of COVID Relief Bill Expected To Be Passed By The End Of The Week

The $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill is expected to receive a second U.S. House vote today to resolve difference between it and the U.S. Senate on its way to be signed into law by President Joe Biden by the end of the week. Senator Jon Tester.

Another year of Success for Wyoming Access Yes

A Wyoming Game and Fish Department program that works with landowners to secure permission for the public to access private lands for hunting and fishing saw another year of success. In 2020, Access Yes opened access to more than 2.6 million acres of land for hunting as well as 4,005 lake acres and 87 stream miles for fishing on otherwise inac...

Amtrak Funds To Restore Service And Reinstate Furloughed Employees In Senator Jon Tester Bill To Become Law

The $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill is expected to be signed into law by the end of the week by President Joe Biden. It contains funds for Amtrak after a bill introduced by Senator Jon Tester to restore service and reinstate furloughed employees cleared the Senate.