Governor Greg Gianforte and Senator Steve Daines were in Missoula on Wednesday to honor wildland firefighters from the DNRC, U.S. Forest Service and the Montana National Guard as they provided an update on the long, hot fire season.
On Thursday, Montana Governor Greg Gianforte provided a wildfire update to a U.S. House of Representatives Natural Resources Committee Wildfire Forum about ‘Preventing Catastrophic Wildfires and Restoring Forest Health and Resiliency’.
For the many Montanans who have left the state to seek their fortunes in other parts of the country, Governor Greg Gianforte has announced a new initiative to get Montanans to return home and work remotely.
Plus, before we dive into the Montana specifics, and what the Governor is hoping to see make it across the finish line in the final days of Montana's legislative session- what did Gov. Greg Gianforte (R-MT) think of President Biden's address to Congress?
A bill ending seasonal time changes passed the Montana legislature. The bill still needs to be signed by governor. Additionally, the bill would be dependent on a few other neighboring states also making the change.
Montana Governor Greg Gianforte (R-MT) signed multiple pro-life bills into law late Monday, putting this session on track to be one of the most successful legislative sessions in Montana history for the pro-life movement.
In his first post-quarantine interview after heading back into the Governor's office, Governor Greg Gianforte (R-MT) fielded questions on a host of topics- covering everything from his recent ban on COVID-19 vaccine passports, to illegal immigration, property taxes, and gun rights.