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It’s no surprise the nation has a worker shortage. Liz Moore who heads the Montana Nonprofit Association says leaders in Washington D.C. could take steps to help including to continue and expand the charitable tax deduction and the employee retention tax credit. She says nonprofits are attractive as more people look for work in cause-oriented ...

Montana Ag Bankers Meet In Bozeman

Thursday in Bozeman at the Montana Bankers Association’s 2022 Montana Ag Bankers Conference, Ed Elfmann, Senior Vice President of Ag and Rural Banking Policy for the American Bankers Association, spoke to local ag bankers. This network’s President Taylor Brown asked him what he shared with them about important issues in Washington D.C. they ne...

Sen. Daines Comments On U.S. Supreme Court Nominee Jackson

U.S. Supreme Court Nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson is currently answering questions from U.S. Senators at her confirmation hearing in Washington D.C. Senator Steve Daines recently said the politics of any Supreme Court Justice should not factor into their work on the bench.

Montana Senators Lament January 6th Riot

One year after pro-Trump rioters attempted to stop Congress from certifying the 2020 election, Democratic Senator Jon Tester sees the riot as not only shaking American politics domestically but also empowering the nation’s communist adversaries. Republican Senator Steve Daines says it was a sad day for the country and supports the ongoin...

Senator Tester Highlights Senate Work Done In 2021

As 2021 wraps up, many of us take a look back at our accomplishments throughout the year and Senator Jon Tester is no exception. He recently reflected on what work he is most proud of from Washington D.C. this year.

Helena Residents Charged For Insurrection Plead Not Guilty

East Helena brothers Joshua and Jerod Hughes charged in the January 6th U.S. Capitol insurrection entered not guilty pleas Monday via video in front of U.S. District Court Judge Timothy J. Kelly for an updated indictment in their case and will return to court January 7th for a status conference. The prosecution has said the Hughes brothers pla...

Final Congressional Map Chosen For Montana

A final congressional map that will shape Montana’s representation in Washington D.C. for the next decade has been chosen by the state’s independent redistricting commission. Congressional Proposal 12 headed to the Montana Secretary of State’s office over the weekend after a 3-2 vote Friday by the Montana Districting and Apportionment Commissi...

Chief Plenty Coups Honor Guard Visits Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier

This morning the Chief Plenty Coups Honor Guard had a smudging and recited the Chief Plenty Coups speech and prayer at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. The Flag Bearer of the Chief Plenty Coup Flag Ellsworth Goes Ahead talked about it on Voices of Montana.